Understanding maritime chartering

The maritime transport of goods is a very complex activity in which a large number of variables have to be taken into account. This is where maritime chartering comes into play, which essentially represents a contract to lease a ship

Insights into the Current Logistics Market – June 2024

We are excited to share with you the latest insights and updates from the logistics industry. The recent market update from Noatum Logistics provides a comprehensive overview of the current trends and projections shaping global trade and transportation sectors. Three major


Zaragoza – Barcelona Railway Cut

Dear Customer,   We are writing to you to inform you about the railway closure between Zaragoza and Barcelona, scheduled for this summer by the Spanish Railway Infrastructure Administration (ADIF). During the period from June 24, 2024 to September 12, 2024, significant works

Transforming the supply chain landscape

In today’s fast-paced global economy, the role of technology in supply chain management has become increasingly crucial. As businesses strive to stay competitive and meet the ever-evolving customer demands, leveraging technology has become essential for streamlining operations, optimising efficiency, and

The importance of strategic warehousing for FMCG

In the fast-paced world of Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), efficient supply chain management is essential for success. One critical element of a well-functioning supply chain is strategic warehousing. By strategically locating and managing warehouses, FMCG companies can streamline operations, reduce

Excitement of the America’s Cup in Barcelona

Noatum Logistics is delighted to announce its leading role in the logistics management of three renowned teams participating in the upcoming America’s Cup, which promises to thrill Barcelona this August. Our partnership with these teams from the USA, the UK

Keys for successful container shipping

In the world of global trade, container shipping is the lifeblood that keeps goods flowing seamlessly across borders. Before containerization, loading and unloading of cargo was a labour-intensive and time-consuming process. The advent of standardised containers revolutionised the industry, enabling