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e-commerce - changing how logistics is done [22/Jan/2015]

e-commerce is huge and with it, the logistics needed to keep it going. Estimated at over €140bn, e-commerce logistics is rapidly changing to try to keep pace with this quickly evolving market. Ti’s latest report, Global e-commerce Logistics 2015 provides an analysis of the trends and challenges facing the supply chain. Read Full Article...

Container growth healthy at Rotterdam and Antwerp [21/Jan/2015]

Container traffic growth is quite strong at both Rotterdam and Antwerp and is likely to drive expansion at the two European ports for much of the coming year, judging by the performance through the last 12 months. Read Full Article...

‘Uber-ization’ could change the express sector for good [21/Jan/2015]

Over the last few months Uber has developed from its roots as an app based taxi network to a technological platform with application in the logistics industry and the potential to change the express sector beyond measure. Read Full Article...

Internet shopping delivery market in UK 'unsustainable', says Ti's CEO [08/Jan/2015]

In an interview for the BBC, Professor John Manners-Bell, Ti’s CEO, said that the market for parcels deliveries in the UK was not economically sustainable. In this summary of the interview with the BBC’s Technology Editor, David Grossman, he explains why. Read Full Article...

Freight forwarding storm clouds gathering for 2015? [07/Jan/2015]

Declines in the December Stifel Logistics Confidence Index indicate a possible stormy 2015 as both present and six month situations declined. Read Full Article...

A year of innovation ahead in the supply chain and logistics industry [07/Jan/2015]

2015 will see an increased focus on innovation by supply chain and logistics companies as the pace of change in the industry accelerates. These innovations will range from those affecting particular sector niches and logistics functions to those which have the power to transform the entire industry. Read Full Article...

UPS’ latest acquisition reflects increasing interest for European acquisitions [22/Dec/2014]

On the heels of two acquisitions by FedEx, UPS announced an impressive acquisition of their own. The company purchased Polish pharmaceutical logistics company Poltraf Sp. z o.o. Read Full Article...

Falling oil price may accelerate existing growth trend in air freight [17/Dec/2014]

As the oil price falls to levels not seen for five years the air cargo sector seems to be experiencing something approaching a boom. Read Full Article...

European logistics industry poised for upturn in M&A activity, claims new report [17/Dec/2014]

Despite the weak state of the European economy, conditions are right for a significant upturn in mergers and acquisition activity driven by a number of micro-economic drivers, the authors of a new report from Ti claim. Read Full Article...

Don’t let supply chain basics slip during disruptive periods [15/Dec/2014]

In the UK, retailers such as Marks & Spencer are facing delivery delays and disruption as they work to fill a backlog orders from a surge of sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Close your eyes and think back to the 2013 holiday season in the US. Does this sound a bit familiar? Read Full Article...

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