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New Asia is restructuring global trade [24/Sep/2014]

Almost everywhere in Asia there is economic dynamism and rapid change. Free trade is being embraced while a burgeoning Asian middle class has a new set of consumerist and, often, political demands. All this is reflected by huge implications for global trade, the logistics solutions that enable it and the supply/demand and rate expectations of transport providers and their customers. Read Full Article...

Africa's growing trade preference with Asia [18/Sep/2014]

South-South trade is on the rise. According to UNCTAD, total developing economies' exports now account for 45% of the world total, a trend which is most evident between Asia and Africa as emerging markets continue to play a larger role in global trade. Read Full Article...

Big gains in Index indicate strong finish for 2014 [17/Sep/2014]

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index increased at its fastest pace in September, climbing 3.5 points from August to 59.2. Both the present and expected situations noted healthy gains increasing 3.2 and 3.9 points to 56.7 and 61.8 respectively. Read Full Article...

Automotive Logistics in 2014 and beyond [16/Sep/2014]

After the volatility of the crash of 2009-2010, the automotive sector has remained a valuable source of stability to the contract logistics sector. Read Full Article...

Top Asian supply chains embrace sustainable practices [10/Sep/2014]

By 2016, Emerging Asia is expected to account for 25% of the global consumer product market and will generate 38% of total consumer product growth. Along with this growth comes a growing awareness of the importance of sustainability and we are beginning to see some adaptations to supply chains to meet this. Read Full Article...

Burgeoning Chinese healthcare industry opens further to logistics providers [04/Sep/2014]

Bain & Company estimates that by 2020, China’s healthcare industry is likely to be valued at $900bn. It is a huge market and one that is slowly opening up to foreign investments and presenting opportunities for the logistics market. Read Full Article...

How will the Shanghai FTZ benefit e-commerce? [28/Aug/2014]

Almost one year since China’s first FTZ in Shanghai was introduced Amazon is moving in. The arrival of the US e-commerce giant will certainly benefit Chinese customers as competition between it and the incumbent giant Alibaba heats up. Whether it will benefit e-commerce in China will be decided by how well Amazon can integrate its international and Chinese networks. Read Full Article...

Disruption to the supply chain in China highlights the challenges faced across the region [27/Aug/2014]

Disruption to the supply chain from state interference and unrest in China serve to illustrate the problems of managing logistics in the country and highlight the problems faced by logistics providers in the wider region. Read Full Article...

Explore the impact of ‘New Asia’ at Ti’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore 2014 [20/Aug/2014]

The New Asia is upon us and its impact is challenging every preconception of the logistics and supply chain industry in the region. The creation of this new paradigm forms the subject matter of Transport Intelligence’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore 2014. Read Full Article...

FedEx and UPS expand domestic reach within China [14/Aug/2014]

According to Reuters, FedEx and UPS have received additional licenses to operate within China’s huge domestic express package market, allowing both companies to significantly scale up their operations in this burgeoning market. Read Full Article...

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