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Asian logistics set to gain as the Bali Trade Agreement gets back on track [20/Nov/2014]

The Asian logistics sector is in a strong position to gain from the Bali Trade Facilitation Agreement as India accepts a deal, brokered by Barack Obama, to ratify the WTO agreement, so long as the organization doesn’t challenge its farming subsidies. Read Full Article...

Logistics to grow with Asia's taste for alcohol [20/Nov/2014]

Asia’s burgeoning middle class are changing consumer and dietary tastes across the continent in many different ways. The international trade and local distribution of alcoholic beverages is just one area which will become a key growth market for logistics providers as tastes develop. Read Full Article...

UPS gropes towards the future of logistics [18/Nov/2014]

The scale and shape of the future of logistics is glimpsed when looking at the thrust of UPS’s marketing and technology developments. Read Full Article...

AAPA gives cause for cautious confidence [06/Nov/2014]

AAPA has reported healthy growth in September, giving cause for confidence in the Asian air freight market. However the modest indication of growth provided fosters caution in a region used to soaring growth. Read Full Article...

Mobile trends suggest changes in logistics requirements [30/Oct/2014]

Asia Pacific is leading the world in smartphone usage and the region’s preference for these devices over conventional desktop computers and laptops is bringing about change in Asian supply chains and how they are managed. Read Full Article...

Pharmaceutical cold chain needs on the rise in China [23/Oct/2014]

China’s domestic biopharmaceutical products market is on the rise and logistics providers are also expanding their capabilities to tap into this sector, offering more cold chain logistics services in the country. Read Full Article...

Air freight confidence continues to gain momentum [22/Oct/2014]

After a strong September, the October Stifel Logistics Confidence Index slipped 0.4 points to 58.9. Overall, compared to October 2013, the index is 3.8 points higher and optimism remains good despite declines noted in sea freight for this month. In fact, the overall index has remained above the 50-level for twenty one consecutive months. Although still rather bumpy, improving economic conditions are driving much of the optimism. Read Full Article...

The land of opportunity for the logistics industry over the next decade? Look no further than Asia [16/Oct/2014]

New Asia will be very different from the old one. Demographic and economic changes have led to regionalization of its supply chains. Therefore global LSPs will need to adapt their networks and practices to suit local conditions if they are to continue to make the most of Asia’s boundless opportunities. Read Full Article...

Growing role for logistics services in the global wind energy market, says new research [09/Oct/2014]

Shipping, logistics and supply chain management efforts play an important role in every wind energy project. As the sector grows, and moves into new geographies, it presents a great opportunity for logistics providers to increase their stake in what is after all a logistics intensive industry. Read Full Article...

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...

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