The COVID-19 pandemic definitely took the entire world by storm. In Mexico, the scenario was not different and from the decree of the Journey of Healthy Distance, in mid-April 2020, different industries, sectors, and companies had to close or reduce operations. It was certainly an unprecedented logistical challenge in the modern world.

Perhaps, for the commerce and transport industries was differently from the rest of the world, because its activities did not stop, on the contrary, the pandemic represented a challenge aimed to maintain the pace of consumer demand, accelerating processes that had been slow to arrive and allowing the industry entrance to the logistics revolution 4.0. Breakthrough perhaps only comparable with the Industrial Revolution.

Throughout these months, which are undoubtedly atypical, all industries had to take great steps to maintain activities and develop strategies according to the situation and the times to come.

That is why Reed Exhibitions Transport and Logistics events developed an open content strategy for the industry. We present topics related to new technologies, logistics, operations, and transportation challenges. All these topics aimed at updating the prospects for a future that has already reached us.



April 23th

Impact of COVID-19 on logistics and how to mitigate its risks

An approach of the panorama that, although unknown, opens up thousands of possibilities for logistics innovation.



May 14th

Virtual panel: E-commerce revolutionizes logistics. E-logistics trends and adaptation

E-commerce experts talked about the growth of e-commerce derived from the contingency by COVID-19, such as omnichannel, start-ups, and loyalty programs.



June 3rd

Safe transportation: growing challenge and strategies against COVID-19

This panel discusses security from different areas of knowledge: public spending, road safety, carrier operation, technological support, and costs on merchandise.



June 16th

Speaking about COVID-19. Myths and realities

Olarte and Akle Clinical Laboratories, cleared doubts about the most common myths of COVID-19, how it is spread, what is its average incubation time, as well as preventive measures to maintain health in the "new normal."



June 23rd

Design Thinking, a logistics innovation strategy

Alex Rodriguez, founder of ThinkNow! and Associate Director of the Department of Industrial Design at Tec de Monterrey, presented, with practical examples, how "Design Thinking" allows companies to offer better experiences to their customers.



July 7th

PANEL: Success stories in ecommerce and how to become one

The experts shared the current panorama for e-commerce as well as tips to implement in SMEs to be a successful seller.



July 9th

Responsibilities and obligations in the Maritime Transport of Containers-SOLAS

The speakers deepened into the importance of the correct weighing of cargo in ports, the main actors in the process, and who and when the responsibility and functions of the actors in the maritime trade chain fall.



July 16th

Virtual panel: The use of new technologies to optimize the supply chain

The supply chain has been revolutionized from the simple movement of materials to the movement of information. Hand in hand with technology experts, you will learn what the new supply chain trends are and how to apply them in your organization. In addition, the Government perspective and the case of Bimbo's success in digital transformation are discussed.



July 29th

Merchandise insurance before and after COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the used processes had to be rethought. That was the case with insurance; although technically the coronavirus does not damage the merchandise, the effects due to delay or stoppage meant big losses for the industry.



July 30th

Opportunities and strategies for logistics in the new normal

Learn how new technologies improve the productivity and efficiency of supply chains. Whether to keep the cold chain intact, to optimize transport logistics, or to manage the warehouse, new technologies are a daily reality in the supply chain.