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Volvo's US ambitions [06/Jul/2015]

Promising US car sales and another record breaking year for US car exports has another foreign car manufacturer expanding its presence in the US. Following a trend that is seeing a big pick up in automotive logistics in North America. Read Full Article...

Peugeot-Citroen develops supply chain into North Africa [24/Jun/2015]

The announcement by the French car manufacturer PSA Peugeot Citroen of its intention to open a new assembly facility in Morocco demonstrates how the automotive supply chain is changing. Read Full Article...

Opaque picture suggests year-on-year growth for GEFCO [22/Apr/2015]

GEFCO’s somewhat opaque results don’t answer every question about the company’s performance over the past year, however they do paint a picture of moderate growth. Read Full Article...

Asian companies look to expand into Myanmar [02/Apr/2015]

Last year Myanmar’s trade deficit increased by 88%. As such, the country has launched a national export strategy to redress the balance. This strategy will further open up the country to the international community and is expected to create new opportunities for LSPs in the region. Read Full Article...

Latin America – Region of extremes, region of opportunities [23/Mar/2015]

A region of extremes, Latin America is geographically and culturally diverse. However, Ti’s latest report, Latin America Logistics and Transport finds that a recurring theme throughout this vast region is the need for infrastructure improvements and loosening of regulatory requirements. Read Full Article...

Changing lanes and mixed economic progress – challenging times for logistics providers [16/Mar/2015]

With the first two months of 2015 in the books, the year is already shaping up to be another one of challenge for logistics providers. But positive economic signs are finally emerging in Europe in particular. Ti examines the implications of the developing situation for logistics in its monthly Global Logistics Monitor. Read Full Article...

Dominance in Latin American automobile manufacturing shifts to Mexico [09/Mar/2015]

Mexico has now become the largest producer of cars in Latin America as automotive production eases across the rest of the region. With Mexico set for continued growth the region’s requirements for automotive logistics are shifting rapidly. Read Full Article...

ILWU and PMA come to an agreement on a new west coast contract but questions for the future remain [23/Feb/2015]

It looks like the finger pointing and verbal attacks may have subsided for the time being as word came over the weekend that the ILWU and PMA reached a tentative labour deal for US west coast ports. However questions remain about how similar problems will be dealt with better in the future. Read Full Article...

Japan Post sets its sights on international expansion with Toll acquisition [18/Feb/2015]

In a very interesting move, Japan Post Holdings announced the acquisition of Australia’s Toll Group for AU$6.49bn. This marks the second acquisition by a Japanese company in a matter of just two days after Kintetsu World Express picked up NOL’s APL Logistics subsidiary earlier this week. Read Full Article...

Indonesia – Colossal domestic market with huge international trade potential [18/Feb/2015]

It is fairly well-known that Indonesia has a potentially giant domestic logistics market with its population of 250m people. Over the last decade or so, top-level trends are signalling that some of this potential is now being realised. Read Full Article...

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The Future of Logistics, Singapore 2015


 

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