Japan, China and South Korea to share reusable shipping pallets

Japan, China and South Korea to share reusable shipping pallets

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Transportation

Asian trading powerhouses seek streamlined, sustainable logistics

Japan, China and South Korea together account for a fifth of the world’s trade by value.

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SATSUKI KANEKO, Nikkei staff writer | East Asia

TOKYO — Japan, China and South Korea agreed Thursday to reuse shipping pallets in an effort to boost efficiency in the transport sector and ease its environmental impact.

Transport ministers from the three countries adopted a joint statement and action plans at a meeting in Tianjin, China.

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