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Japan heading for a major distribution crisis
Driver shortage will put delivery of 35 percent of goods in 2030 at risk
According to a report by Japan's Nomura Research Institute, Japan is heading for a serious distribution crisis caused by a shortage of truck and truck drivers. A shortage caused by new regulations governing the number of hours drivers work. The study foreshadows that as a result 35% of goods will not be delivered across the country in 2030.The new regulation will come into force in April 2024, and...
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