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Doing Business in the Netherlands


The Netherlands is a modern and highly industrialized country located in Western Europe. The Netherlands was one of the founding countries of both the EU and NATO, showing that it is a nation of progressive and forward-thinking people. The Netherlands is the seventh largest economy in the EU. Manufacturing in the Netherlands.

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Supply Chain Weekly Wrap-Up 03/03/2023-03/09/2023

All Things Supply Chain

The Netherlands is set to impose chip export control on China The government of the Netherlands is moving forward with export restrictions on semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Following the U.S. This…


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This Week in Logistics News (November 26 – December 2)

Logistics Viewpoints

FedEx Express Europe debuts renewable diesel in Netherlands. In a “small-scale” experiment, FedEx Express Europe began using renewable diesel in part of its Netherlands-based linehaul truck fleet earlier this month, the company announced. IBM and Maersk abandon ship on TradeLens blockchain. Biden asks Congress to avert rail strike.

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Parcel Monitor: E-Commerce Logistics in the Netherlands

Savant Events

Online shopping has gained popularity across the globe in recent years, with the Netherlands being no exception. Dominated by local e-commerce players, the Netherlands ranks as the 17th largest ecommerce market in the world with a revenue of ????$???? ??????????????. . Days due to surge in parcel volumes throughout in 2021.

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Netherlands Plans to End Russian LNG Imports, Minister Says

Supply Chain Brain

The move by the Netherlands would apply to both spot and long-term contracts. The nation is a transit country for gas supplies, meaning that the decision could have a broader European impact.

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Skills shortage

Supply Chain Movement

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the labour market worldwide, and the Netherlands has not remained unscathed. But is there really a labour shortage in the Netherlands? In conclusion, the problem is not that there is a shortage of workers in the Netherlands, but that companies are not using the available labour pool effectively!

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The emergence of meta networks

Supply Chain Movement

It found that only 20% of the Netherlands’ 3,400 business parks currently have some form of collaborative partnership with local energy hubs to share the solar energy they generate. Local energy hubs A final clear signal of the emergence of meta networks comes from a recent study by engineering firm Royal HaskoningDHV.