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Werner’s Chinese investment may prove beneficial at home [21/Jul/2014]

US trucking seeks out further opportunities in China as Werner Enterprises invests in China’s Hercules Logistics in a move that may bring growth at home. Read Full Article...

Alibaba adds China Shipping to its e-commerce mix [17/Jul/2014]

China Shipping has entered into a cooperation agreement with Alibaba to establish a global e-commerce integrated logistics platform to enhance its international e-commerce operation. However, questions remain over whether or not this will make Alibaba's logistics solution truly competitive. Read Full Article...

Contract logistics to motor on with Chinese car manufacturing [10/Jul/2014]

China’s automobile market is an example of an industry in which the need for advanced logistics services is creating more and more opportunities for contract logistics providers. Ti's latest report suggests that similar opportunites will continue to grow in the short to medium term. Read Full Article...

The Silk Road Economic Belt [03/Jul/2014]

With rail freight routes delving ever further into western China and rail links being formed between China and Europe the ancient concept of the Silk Road has been brought back to the fore. Such a development could well herald a change in international trade patterns. Read Full Article...

Asia ports indicate good monthly and year-to-date growth [26/Jun/2014]

For the month of May, Asian ports, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai and Busan, noted good monthly year-over-year increases. Hong Kong noted the largest increase with 4.5% followed by Singapore with 4.1%, Busan 2.8% and Shanghai 2.4%. Read Full Article...

Which logistics companies will be best equipped to move forward in 2014? [26/Jun/2014]

A new report published by TI reviews the performance of twenty of the world’s largest logistics providers shows that only three of these providers grew their total logistics revenue in 2013, and all of them did so at the expense of declining operating profit margins. Read Full Article...

Where next for UPS under its new CEO? [25/Jun/2014]

The UPS that new CEO Dave Abney inherits has few if any financial problems to deal with, yet he is faced with some subtle but important strategic decisions. Read Full Article...

Possibilities for Asia's rail network are great but hurdles exist [19/Jun/2014]

As emerging markets mature and regionalization trends take hold, railroads are under review. Many railroads have mostly transported bulk commodities and are under government control. However, as domestic demand as well as regionalisation takes hold, a second look for this transportation option is underway for more than just bulk commodities. Read Full Article...

China rejects P3 Alliance [18/Jun/2014]

The rejection of the ‘P3 alliance’ between Maersk Line, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Line and CMA CGM, can hardly be a surprise. A combination of the three largest carriers accounting for a third of the capacity of the market always appeared to have the potential for reducing competition. Read Full Article...

Supply Chain Risk book launched at Dubai industry leader gathering [10/Jun/2014]

Doing an increased level of business in emerging markets has made supply chains more vulnerable than ever, says author John Manners-Bell at the launch of his latest book in Dubai. Read Full Article...

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