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Logistics revenues surpass pre-recession levels, but profitability yet to fully recover
24/May/2013 by Staff Writer.
The latest report from Ti, Global Transport and Logistics Financial Analysis 2013, reveals the winners and losers in the global logistics industry over what has been a tempestuous six year period.... read more
The state of the European road freight industry
29/Apr/2013 by Staff Writer.
John Manners-Bell MSc
FCILT, CEO of Transport Intelligence, recently spoke at the Motor Transport Directors’ Club lunch at Multimodal 2013, regarding the state of Europe’s road freight industry. In his speech he described the growth of the market and developments and trends such as company bankruptcies and the rising cost of diesel, before reaching some interesting conclusions.... read more
Hong Kong dispute continues
05/Apr/2013 by Staff Writer.
According to The Loadstar, the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council has advised members to arrange alternative shipping routes as demonstrations at Hong Kong International Terminals’ (HIT) Kwai Tsing port entered into the seventh day.... read more
Monika Ribar to step down as Panalpina CEO
03/Apr/2013 by Staff Writer.
Monika Ribar, CEO of Panalpina
, has announced she will step down from her role at the end of May 2013. Panalpina announced that her successor is the freight forwarding expert and former Kuehne + Nagel
management board member Peter Ulber.... read more
Catastrophic events mean ‘Resilience’ will become more important than ‘Lean’, says Ti’s CEO
25/Mar/2013 by Staff Writer.
Against the backdrop of a world beset by natural catastrophes, are corporations taking the right approach to ‘Black Swan’ events? This was the question posed by Ti’s Chief Executive, John Manners-Bell, at the recent IMHX conference in Birmingham, UK.... read more
Is there really a market for goods 'Made in the USA'?
07/Mar/2013 by Staff Writer.
An increasing amount of American manufacturers and retailers are coming together to support ‘American made’ goods. While the labels on these products promote ‘Made in the USA’ loud and proud, when it comes down to it, is there really a market for these goods?... read more
US auto imports reach nearly $150bn in 2012
07/Mar/2013 by Staff Writer.
For the third consecutive year, US automotive imports have increased from the previous year, but 2012 was at a much more accelerated pace.... read more
FMCSA derails ATA's request to delay Hours of Service changes
28/Feb/2013 by Staff Writer.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has denied a request by the American Transportation Association to delay enforcement of the pending Hours of Service changes, writes James Bisaha, an independent consultant.... read more
Love is in the air or the container!
14/Feb/2013 by Staff Writer.
In light of Valentine’s Day, Zepol wanted to take a look at how much ‘love’ will be given out this year compared to last year. Using its TradeIQ Import, Zepol looked at imports of Valentine-themed gifts, from cards, to stuffed animals and candy.... read more
Asia Pacific's logistics market transforming, suggests new report
06/Feb/2013 by Staff Writer.
Asia Pacific’s logistics industry continues to develop at a fast rate despite the economic weakness of its two largest trade partners – the EU and the US. Ti’s latest report, Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2013, suggests that shifting trade lanes, the growth of the ASEAN community and intra-regional trade have prompted a transformation of the region’s logistics market and significant investment by logistics providers.... read more
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