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FedEx and UPS look to grow revenue internationally [24/Nov/2014]

The US domestic market still represents a large percentage of Fedex and UPS revenue but opportunities in the global supply chain continue to increase. As such both companies continue to diversify and expand into the international market. Read Full Article...

Automotive Logistics in 2014 and beyond [16/Sep/2014]

After the volatility of the crash of 2009-2010, the automotive sector has remained a valuable source of stability to the contract logistics sector. Read Full Article...

Brazil: The road better taken? [09/Sep/2014]

Brazil holds a special position as an emerging market – as one of the BRICS it is a market of the highest potential. However Brazil’s path to prosperity hasn’t always been straightforward and it has slipped into recession brought on, in part, by underdeveloped infrastructure. It now stands at crossroads in its development; the path to follow will most certainly be paved. Read Full Article...

Global freight forwarders 'must evolve' to survive in new environment, says report [31/Jul/2014]

Declining in value by 3.3% from 2012, the freight forwarding market is facing major challenges as it fights to stay viable in a changing global environment. Read Full Article...

Alibaba and Brazil's Correios form closer e-commerce ties [28/Jul/2014]

Alibaba and Brazil’s Correios have formed a partnership to boost bilateral trade between China and Brazil and take advantage of growth in the Brazilian e-commerce market, which could reach 11.7% this year. 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...

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...

US manufacturing less expensive than China? [01/May/2014]

China’s manufacturing edge is eroding. In Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) latest study, the company reviewed manufacturing cost competitiveness and found that countries such as China, Brazil and Poland have been losing their cost advantages. Read Full Article...

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