Mustapha El Khayat

Right after lockdown was lifted, the structural vulnerability of various professions in the logistics value chain became evident.Can these structural problems be solved with labour from the southern shore of the Mediterranean? If so, how?

Enric Ticó

Although the movement of goods is a very active sector, there is still much room for improvement in the development of trade among actors of the Mediterranean.

Isabel Velasco Ortiz

There are many speculations about the impact of the Coronavirus crisis on economic activity, but in the transport and logistics sector it is increasingly obvious that its effect will go far beyond changes in processes and operations.

Iveta Radicova
DG MOVE – EC, Directorate General of Mobility and Transport – European Commission

This article is the result of an interview conducted by CETMO with Ms. Iveta Radicova in early December 2020. Ms. Radicova is the Coordinator of the Mediterranean Corridor, one of the nine core network corridors that make up the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T).

Islam El-Nakib
Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport

Impact of Covid-19 on global supply chains linked to the global economic growth and the international trade of goods and services. Digital supply chains as the most adaptive tool for dealing with several disruptions.

Salvatore D’Alfonso
Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane

The Mediterranean is today considered the iconic place of sustainable mobility in the region, where concrete transport and logistics projects are developed with the aim of connecting Trans-Mediterranean and Trans-European Transport Networks.