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Kuehne + Nagel acquires $500m freight broker ReTrans in the US [26/Jun/2015]

Another acquisition has been announced by a leading logistics provider and this time it is Kuehne + Nagel acquiring US-based freight broker, ReTrans. Making 2015 already a bumper year for acquisitions. Read Full Article...

A promising outlook takes a step backwards in June's SLCI [22/Jun/2015]

After a promising six month outlook noted in last month’s Stifel Logistics Confidence Index, the outlook has since tempered. Combined with only a 0.1 point increase in the overall present situation for air freight and an almost 1.0 point decline in sea freight’s overall present situation, the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index slipped 0.5 points to 56.8. Read Full Article...

Operation improvements sets FedEx up for a possible strong fiscal year 2016 [19/Jun/2015]

FedEx ended its fiscal 2015 year on a relatively good note with total revenue and adjusted net income both rising in a year which has been focused on cost improvements. Read Full Article...

New EPA truck emission targets could change the US market [15/Jun/2015]

The Obama administration’s initiatives to limit CO2 emissions are about have a big effect on the American trucking sector. Read Full Article...

UTi: Turning the corner? [08/Jun/2015]

Uti Worldwide’s recent quarterly earnings have the industry wondering if it has turned a corner towards a positive direction. However, if you look at the financial results it's clear the company still has work to do to return to growth. Read Full Article...

The new norm in ocean freight shipping [01/Jun/2015]

In May, the ILWU contract was ratified by 82% of union members. The end to the contentious relationship between workers and ports is now over for at least five years but the complexion of global ocean shipping is changing. Read Full Article...

Is there hope for TPP? [28/May/2015]

The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is set to eventually bring free trade and other benefits to those countries involved. However its long drawn out approval process looks set to continue with the US Congress forming the next hurdle. Read Full Article...

SEKO Logistics doing it their way - Exclusive interview [18/May/2015]

Mergers and acquisitions continue to pick up in the logistics market as providers look to expand but SEKO Logistics is taking a different road with investment from a PE firm. The company’s CEO explains his approach in an exclusive interview with Ti’s Cathy Roberson. Read Full Article...

Canada Post moves further away from home delivery [11/May/2015]

Common concerns over declining mail, rising costs, declining profits, increasing competition and rising parcel volumes are heard form post offices all over the world. The common solution appears to be to move away from home delivery and Canada Post is leading the way. Read Full Article...

Air cargo benefits from US port troubles [07/May/2015]

The first quarter ended on a positive note for Asian air cargo providers with FTKs rising through the period, partly as a result of the disruption to US west coast ports. Read Full Article...

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