Logistics and transportation in the fight against climate change

April 29, 2021 11:08 am Logistics efforts are increasingly focused on ensuring that products reach the consumer in the most effective and least damaging way for the environment, since it is a latent problem that transport and logistics must put as a priority. Climate change and greenhouse gas effects rage year after year around the world, and each sector of… [+]

New technologies in transportation and logistics that emerged in response to COVID 19

April 21, 2021 4:11 pm Every global crisis that hits the economy, there are opportunities for new ways of tackling problems to emerge. The year 2020 was proof of the adaptation of businesses to be able to survive the almost total brake of productive activities derived from social distancing Next, we will talk about the technologies that came to stay… [+]

Intermodal transportation: sky, sea or land

February 1, 2021 10:00 am Current situation of transportation infrastructure in Mexico  Transportation infrastructure is constantly improving in order to accommodate the needs of customers operating in Mexico. Sky The International Airport of Mexico City, the Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla International Airport of Guadalajara, and the International Airport of Monterrey are the main hubs of cargo movement in the country…. [+]

COVID-19’s vaccine a logistical challenge

January 4, 2021 2:05 pm The first 3,000 doses of the vaccine against Covid-19 from the laboratories Pfizer and his German partner BioNTech arrived to Mexico on December 23. Now that is in the country, what challenges will the distribution pose? The vaccines of Belgian origin arrived to the country through a global courier company, according to the Assistant Minister… [+]

This is DICEX, your ally in foreign trade

August 14, 2020 12:47 pm At DICEX, we provide comprehensive solutions for hundreds of companies to conquer the global market, giving added value to their supply chain.

3 logistic challenges for the rest of 2019

October 7, 2019 12:15 am The summer ended and with it we have the question of how will the instability of the supply chain affect the success of the next high season of holiday breaks and daily operations. Here are some challenges that will probably define the supply chain for the rest of 2019: AMAZON Amazon the e-commerce giant has… [+]

2020 will set the beginning of a new international maritime industry

September 30, 2019 1:16 pm The measure implemented by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), regarding the maximum level of sulfur emissions allowed for ships (IMO 2020), leaving a maximum of 0.5% against the current standard with a sulfur content of 3.5%, subjects the international maritime industry to one of the most daunting challenges in its most recent 250 years of… [+]

Logistics and the energy revolution

September 10, 2019 12:46 am In different media sources, it is continuously and widely reported that there is a radical change in the energy sector. But why is maritime transport such an ecological logistics option for the main actors? Renewable energy is necessary for a sustainable future: ecological partnerships between cargo owners and transport providers will also help make that… [+]

Fuel import – logistics

September 3, 2019 1:34 am Fuel is a solid, liquid and gas substance that provides equivalent units of heat or BTU’s (British Thermal Unit), as well as energy units when it produces combustion. It is solid: coal and coke, used primarily to generate electricity and used for various industrial processes. Liquid: diesel, gasoline, turbos and fuel oil, among others, generally… [+]

Logistic route planning

August 12, 2019 9:50 am The current consumer is constantly looking for deliveries to be reliable, fast and transparent; they want to be able to track a delivery, even when it only takes a few hours to reach them. Discover how route planning can help meet this demand.