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As the Covid-19 coronavirus continues to spread rapidly across the world, maintaining functioning supply chains is crucial to ensuring that cargo continues to move. Countless companies that we report on reacted quickly to manage the disruption, implementing business continuity strategies – including staggered working hours and working from home – to keep the goods that we depend on flowing.

As the situation and the year unfolds, HLPFI will endeavour to deliver relevant news and information to help your organisation navigate this challenging time.

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Seafarers on the front line

April 6 - Seafarers themselves are on the front line of this Covid-19 crisis, playing a critical role in keeping the world economy moving.
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Covid-19 shakes up Sulphur 2020

April 3 - The rapid spread of Covid-19 has had a multi-faceted impact on global shipping. HLPFI takes a look at how the outbreak has caused shockwaves in bunker prices and what this means for the implementation of the sulphur 2020 regulations.
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Boskalis issues Covid-19 update

April 2 - Royal Boskalis Westminster has suspended crew and project staff rotations in response to the outbreak of Covid-19, but cargo is still moving.
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A bleak economic picture

April 2 - As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has revised its growth forecasts for countries across the world.
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Surge in remote surveys

March 30 - The restrictions put in place to limit the spread of Covid-19 is changing the way the transport and logistics industry operates. Remote solutions are becoming increasingly important.
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Latin America: Behind the curve but preparing for the worst

March 26 - The Central and South America regions were among the last to be hit by Covid-19. To be forewarned is to be forearmed, but little can prevent the adverse impact coronavirus will have on the project logistics supply chain.
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ICS and IAPH call for G20 support

March 26 - The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) have joined forces to call for swift action to support global supply chains from the impact of Covid-19.
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Projects and investments curtailed

March 25 - There is uncertainty as to how Covid-19 will affect the project logistics sector in the long-term, but initial indicators are ominous given recent statements made by leading project developers around the world.
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