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CPG giant moves further into China [23/Jul/2015]

Unilever reported lackluster earnings for the first half of 2015 as demand in emerging markets “remains weak”. But the company is moving in to a new partnership with Alibaba that it hopes will spur its growth across China. Read Full Article...

Worldwide Logistics Group and NAWAH alliance expands capabilities to Iraq [16/Jul/2015]

Iraq is looking towards China for investments as it struggles with slow economic growth, global declines in oil prices and its war against Islamic State militants. Trade between the two countries has been growing in recent years and now Chinese companies are moving in. Read Full Article...

Economists ask why is market demand for shipping services so weak? [08/Jul/2015]

A toxic mixture of overcapacity, weak demand and aggressive commercial pricing is threatening liner shipping industry profitability for the rest of 2015. Read Full Article...

China and Australia sign FTA to boost bilateral trade [18/Jun/2015]

China and Australia have signed a bilateral free trade agreement known as ChAFTA. The agreement is set to open up the AU$159.6bn trading relationship between China and Australia, raising the volume of trade between the two countries and easing the difficulties of doing business between the two countries. Read Full Article...

Alibaba improving delivery times one distribution centre at a time [04/Jun/2015]

Alibaba’s logistics arm, Cainiao, plans to expand its owned warehouse network to almost 5m sq m in a bid to fend off competition in the Chinese e-commerce market as its rivals gain ground with superior logistics. Read Full Article...

Express giants race to globalise network whilst e-commerce shifts beneath their feet [08/Apr/2015]

DHL, UPS and FedEx are locked in a race to develop global networks to feed off global drivers of growth and to advantage them over their smaller competitors. However even as they build and develop this infrastructure the structure of the market its designed to serve is changing. Read Full Article...

Approval granted for third runway at Hong Kong International Airport [19/Mar/2015]

A third runway has been approved for Hong Kong’s international airport to meet the “surging growth in passengers and air cargo”. However there is concern that with so much expansion already underway in the region this may lead to overcapacity. Read Full Article...

DHL Supply Chain uses discipline to drive-up margins [18/Mar/2015]

DHL Supply Chain is enormous and its size and scope has made it very difficult and complex to manage. This has resulted in underperformance, with the company’s direction confused by the different strategies required for growth across its vast network. Read Full Article...

Haier’s disruptive ways [26/Feb/2015]

The Haier Group is known for its innovative ways and as part of its 2015 plan, it will continue along this path of innovation even further as it looks to disrupt the consumer electronics market. Read Full Article...

China lifts ban on Valemax cargo ships but questions surround an ailing industry [12/Feb/2015]

It seems that Brazil’s Vale and the Chinese government have decided to declare a truce. According to several publications, the Chinese government officially lifted a 3-year ban on Valemax class ships by allowing dry bulk cargo ships of 400,000 dwt capacity to dock at Chinese ports. Read Full Article...

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