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Poste Italiane floats in tough market [21/Jul/2015]

Investors are being courted by the Italian government for a 40% stake in Poste Italiane, the state-owned postal monopoly. Read Full Article...

Ebay returns to its roots as Paypal spins off and Enterprise is sold [20/Jul/2015]

Along with eBay’s recent quarterly earnings announcement of revenues up 7%, came word that its Paypal division will begin reporting separately and its Enterprise group had been sold for $925m. As a result, eBay will return to its pre-2002 core business – eBay Marketplaces. Read Full Article...

K+N profits in the face of volatility, yet contract logistics hammered [15/Jul/2015]

Kuehne and Nagel’s half yearly results demonstrate how the company has modified its approach to the ocean container freight forwarding market. Read Full Article...

The economic implications of Calais chaos [15/Jul/2015]

The goings-on at Calais are becoming a problem for the British economy. The public perception is focused on the apparent inability of the French authorities to keep order, however the effects on the economy may increase beyond the estimated £1bn if the chaos continues. In particular the road freight sector may be hit hard. Read Full Article...

Asian rail networks expand further [09/Jul/2015]

In June, China’s CITIC Ltd., announced that its banking, securities, trust and construction divisions will invest more than C¥700bn ($112.79bn) to support China's "One Belt, One Road" initiative. 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...

Calais in chaos again [01/Jul/2015]

Whilst it may not have quite the scale of the strikes on the US West Coast ports earlier in the year, the present disruption at the port of Calais must be having an appreciable effect on the UK’s logistics economy as well as France’s. Read Full Article...

A promising outlook takes a step backwards in June's SLCI [22/Jun/2015]

After a promising six month outlook noted in last month’s Stifel Logistics Confidence Index, the outlook has since tempered. Combined with only a 0.1 point increase in the overall present situation for air freight and an almost 1.0 point decline in sea freight’s overall present situation, the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index slipped 0.5 points to 56.8. Read Full Article...

German transport suffers from labour unrest [20/May/2015]

Strikes appear to have become a recurring feature of the German transport economy over the past couple of years. Read Full Article...

SEKO Logistics doing it their way - Exclusive interview [18/May/2015]

Mergers and acquisitions continue to pick up in the logistics market as providers look to expand but SEKO Logistics is taking a different road with investment from a PE firm. The company’s CEO explains his approach in an exclusive interview with Ti’s Cathy Roberson. Read Full Article...

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