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China: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow [20/Sep/2013]

Over the last three decades, the relentless rise of China's export-driven economy has changed the face of world commerce. But China is now in flux as its economy transitions into a new stage of development, rendering the assumptions of yester-year obsolete. Tomorrow's China will be a very different place, creating new opportunities, with new risks for manufacturers, traders, banks as well as supply chain and other service providers. Read Full Article...

Dotcom bubbles, 9/11 and recession: ten years of change in the logistics world [19/Oct/2012]

Weak economies in US and Europe; markets driven by Asian growth and game-changing acquisitions. Sound familiar? This was the market in 2002 when Ti was first established. As part of a series of briefings to mark the anniversary, John Manners-Bell provides a snapshot of the industry and looks at what has changed. Read Full Article...

Building through collaboration [01/Aug/2012]

Companies looking to expand transportation and logistics networks by leveraging existing assets through partnerships must overcome a number of obstacles to secure success, according to Wolfgang Lehmacher. Here the Hong Kong-based networking expert explains how those who take on the challenge can make collaboration work. Read Full Article...

Understanding the dynamics of supply chain threat – A new analysis [20/Jun/2012]

John Manners-Bell, Ti's CEO, analyses the dynamics of supply chain disruptions and assesses the correlation between internal and external threats. Read Full Article...

Online shopping logistics "enduring growing pains" [08/Feb/2012]

John Manners-Bell, Ti’s CEO, discusses the growing pains which the online shopping market is presently facing, the response of the world’s largest e-tailers and the impact on the logistics industry. Read Full Article...

Sponsored Feature: Think Asia, Think Hong Kong [26/Aug/2011]

Ti is delighted to be a media partner at the ‘Think Asia, Think Hong Kong’ symposium in London on September 13, 2011. This sponsored feature has been written by our partners, Hong Kong Trade Development Council. Read Full Article...

WEF Davos: Agility and Ti publish Emerging Markets Logistics Index 2011 [25/Jan/2011]

This year’s Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index shows that while BRIC countries continue to be the most attractive emerging markets, a new wave of fast-growing economies will become the trade hubs of tomorrow. Read Full Article...

DHL eyes up opportunities in Japan [24/Sep/2010]

In an interview with Ti, DHL Supply Chain Japan’s new President, Shuichi Kawamura, says that his company is well placed to take advantage of structural changes within the market. Read Full Article...

WEF Special Feature: What are the supply chain implications for a high cost China? [15/Sep/2010]

One dominant theme emerging from the World Economic Forum event in Tianjin has been the anticipated increase in costs of Chinese manufacturing and the implication for supply chains. Read Full Article...

Cisco's troubles typify supply chain challenges [09/Aug/2010]

Over the past 7 or 8 months Cisco, the high tech manufacturer responsible for much of the global internet infrastructure, has been in crisis due to the malfunctioning of its supply chain. Read Full Article...

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