Nuestras normas para contenedores de carga pretenden garantizar la durabilidad, la seguridad y la interoperabilidad, facilitando un comercio mundial fluido y fiable.


Por Rick Gould el

Towards a net-zero logistics sector

Moving cargo around the world is a carbon-intensive business, and new guidance launched at Davos will go a long way to getting freight back on track.

Coworkers carrying cardboard boxes in a warehouse.

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Why intelligent supply chains will rule the world

Global freight transport is a key component in the trade of goods and materials, but new demands on the transport network are creating fresh challenges for data. Transport companies are endeavouring to meet those new demands, but are they successful? Discover how an adaptive, intelligent supply chain – built around standards – accelerates innovation and drives change.

Close-up of blue cargo containers.

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Boxing clever – How standardization built a global economy
Elia Kazan’s 1954 film On the Waterfront is probably best known for the line “I coulda been a contender”. In the role of Terry (a longshoreman and failed boxer), Marlon Brando sums up perfectly the passing of something that was, or might have been. While the film remains one of the undefeated greats of modern cinema, it’s ironic that the eponymous waterfront was KO’d by one of the 20th century’s most influential inventions.

Top standards

ISO 4170:1995
Air cargo equipment
Interline pallet nets
ISO 17363:2013
Supply chain applications of RFID
Freight containers