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Interview with the author: Supply Chain Risk: Understanding Emerging Threats to Supply Chains [10/Apr/2014]

To mark Global Logistics Day and the publication of the new book, Supply Chain Risk, Logistics Briefing undertook an interview with its author, John Manners-Bell to find out more about threats to the logistics industry. Read Full Article...

Increasing US automobile exports leads to growth in logistics services [02/Apr/2014]

With increasing levels of investment US automobile production is the beneficiary of accelerating growth. To match the increases in production both automotive export and import levels are also rising; of course this growth is reflected by the automotive logistics industry. Read Full Article...

Is Georgia part of your supply chain? [19/Mar/2014]

It just may be that the US state of Georgia is part of your supply chain and you may not even be aware of it – and that’s ok with the state’s economic development department. Logistics is a strategic focus and not just within the confines of the state’s boundaries but on the global stage. Read Full Article...

From war-torn to oil-rich: Middle East and North Africa is a region of logistics contradictions [18/Mar/2014]

It is all too obvious to state that Middle East and North Africa is one of the most difficult regions to assess in terms of logistics investment and services. Huge differences exist between rapidly growing markets serving a global customer base on the one-hand and countries torn apart by war on the other. Ti’s latest report, Middle East and North Africa Transport and Logistics, offers detailed analysis of this region and the countries with often conflicting economies within it. Read Full Article...

JCB opens global consolidation centre operated by DHL SC [18/Feb/2014]

JCB, the UK based manufacturer of earth moving vehicles, opened a new logistics centre last week near its main UK production location. Read Full Article...

The end of Australian automobile manufacturing [13/Feb/2014]

The year 2017 will see the end to the Australian automobile manufacturing industry. In early 2013, Ford announced plans to exit the country and in December 2013, GM/Holden followed suit leaving Toyota to ponder its future in Australia. As expected though, Toyota announced last week that it too would end manufacturing in Australia in 2017. Read Full Article...

Will exports replace domestic demand as the fuel for Canadian railroads in 2014? [05/Feb/2014]

Canadian Pacific and Canadian National reported a positive year, with both companies recording increases in their revenues and profits. These results were driven almost exclusively by domestic consumer demand within Canada itself which raises the question; what might a full economic recovery do for Canadian rail? Read Full Article...

US rail - 2013's greatest beneficiary of US growth [29/Jan/2014]

Prevailing market influences have made rail the greatest beneficiary of US growth. More and more of the freight generated by the US economy has been directed onto rail, with favourable political conditions, cheaper operational costs and the nature of the goods produced by the recovery all calling for rail transport. Read Full Article...

Thailand positions itself as a major logistics hub [23/Oct/2013]

In September, Thailand’s parliament approved a bill to borrow US$65m to finance a seven year infrastructure project. This is one of a number of renewed efforts in infrastructure projects across a country which is aiming to position itself as a logistics hub for Southeast Asia. Read Full Article...

Automotive logistics sector cannot ignore the implications of Tesla [07/Oct/2013]

The growth of Tesla in the automotive market suggests a shift in the fundamental structure of automotive supply chains towards the 'modularity' experienced in the electronics sector. Read Full Article...

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