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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...

Ten reasons why M&A activity in the global logistics industry is about to take off [08/Dec/2014]

The talks between DSV and UTi Worldwide which were revealed in the media last week show that there is an undiminished appetite for mergers and acquisitions in the global logistics industry. What's more, transforming economic conditions in 2015 look likely to bring about further growth in M&A activity. Read Full Article...

Asia Pacific's influential impact on supply chains [30/Sep/2014]

Asia Pacific has shed its label as being known simply as a major export region and now offers a variety of opportunities for shippers and logistics providers alike. Read Full Article...

Goldman Sachs buys into Neovia despite debt load [29/Sep/2014]

Neovia Logistics, the company formerly known as Caterpillar Logistics Services, has seen the transfer of a majority of its equity from the ownership of the private equity company Platinum Equity to Goldman Sachs. Read Full Article...

The exponential evolution of 3D printing is set to fundamentally transform manufacturing and distribution [16/Sep/2014]

There is no question that 3D printing is continuing to impact multiple industry sectors. The technology continues to evolve at an impressive rate and no industry concerned with physical manufacturing is immune. 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...

Disruption to the supply chain in China highlights the challenges faced across the region [27/Aug/2014]

Disruption to the supply chain from state interference and unrest in China serve to illustrate the problems of managing logistics in the country and highlight the problems faced by logistics providers in the wider region. Read Full Article...

A wave of cash for acquisitions ready to break over the logistics industry [22/Aug/2014]

The combination of extraordinarily loose monetary conditions and greater confidence in a slow global recovery has raised the possibility of a ‘wave of cash’ hitting the logistics sector in the near future. Read Full Article...

Explore the impact of ‘New Asia’ at Ti’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore 2014 [20/Aug/2014]

The New Asia is upon us and its impact is challenging every preconception of the logistics and supply chain industry in the region. The creation of this new paradigm forms the subject matter of Transport Intelligence’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore 2014. Read Full Article...

Going "local" with parts sourcing [11/Aug/2014]

Going local is increasing within the automotive industry. The trend is shifting from sourcing from low-cost countries to sourcing closer to home as a means to not only reduce costs but also to reduce such risks as political, economic and weather-related. Read Full Article...

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