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Freight forwarding index holds just above 50 despite second consecutive decline
17/May/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index continued its downward trend in May as it fell for the second consecutive month. Compiled by Transport Intelligence, the overall index, which combines the current situation with future expectations, was down 0.8 points from April to 50.7 in May and was 1.3 points lower compared with the same month in 2012.... read more.

Danske Bank Index suggests marginal increase in volumes for European forwarders
24/Apr/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

European forwarders saw a marginal increase in volumes in March, according to Danske Bank’s Freight Forwarding Index for March. The index registered 52 for the month, up from 47 in February.... read more.

Forwarders' volumes continue to fall below expectations
19/Apr/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

Following five consecutive monthly increases, the overall Stifel Logistics Confidence Index fell 1.0 index points to 51.5 in April. Despite the decline, the index remained above the significant 50 mark, denoting expansion, for the third consecutive month.... read more.

Danske Bank sees recovery for European Air Forwarders in February
20/Mar/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

European forwarders continued to experience lower volumes in February, according to Danske Bank’s latest Freight Forwarding Index. The index was up from January; however it still pointed towards slightly lower volumes of goods compared with two months ago.... read more.

Despite a shortfall in current volumes, forwarders remain hopeful of market turnaround
15/Mar/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

According to the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index, freight forwarders are currently experiencing weaker volumes compared to those expected for the time of year, but many remain hopeful of a turnaround in the market over the next six months.... read more.

Chinese New Year bolsters confidence in the logistics industry
20/Feb/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index increased for the fourth consecutive month in February 2013. The index combining both the current and expected situation rose 3.3 points to 52.1 from 48.8 in January.... read more.

Freight forwarding market remains highly fragmented
28/Jan/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

Judging by their most recent financial results, some of the leading freight forwarders are increasing their market share. Yet, objective methodology suggests there is little evidence of increased consolidation in the sector.... read more.

Confidence continues to build at the start of 2013
18/Jan/2013 by Lucy Palmer.

The Stifel Nicolaus Logistics Confidence Index suggests the current market remains weak, however the outlook is increasingly positive.... read more.

Confidence in the logistics sector continues to improve
19/Dec/2012 by Lucy Palmer.

The Stifel Nicolaus Logistics Confidence Index rose for the second consecutive month in December according to the latest survey undertaken by Transport Intelligence.... read more.

New indices show conflicting growth patterns for air and sea freight
21/Nov/2012 by Lucy Palmer.

Transport Intelligence’s (Ti) new monthly Global Shipping Index signified a pick-up in ocean freight volumes in September 2012 compared with the same month of the previous year. By comparison, Ti’s new Global Air Freight Index was less positive, with volumes remaining virtually flat.... read more.

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