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Cefic Report Predicts Higher Transport Volumes Around Chemical Clusters, Longer Supply Chains

9:33 AM MDT | September 26, 2011 | Ian Young

Higher transport volume concentration around chemical clusters and longer, more complex supply chains are predicted in a review published by Cefic's logistics group, together with Deloitte, which forecasts chemical logistics trends in Europe through 2020. The review is based partly on input from the logistics directors of key industry players. "It is clear that efficient, competitive, and sustainable logistics are essential for the industry's future," says Jos Verlinden, head of transport and logistics at Cefic. "Complex supply chains, capacity...

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