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March’s US-NAFTA trade suggests room for growth around oil and gas [02/Jun/2014]

US-NAFTA trade shows strong growth in March to its second highest ever monthly total. Such a strong performance is driven by the recovering economies of North America and especially by the growth of the region's oil and gas industry through fracking. Read Full Article...

Changes in energy consumption cause the Middle East to reorient its oil and gas supply chain [22/May/2014]

The Middle East remains rich in oil reserves and enjoys a geographic advantage close to its key customers. However, focus is shifting to the growing needs of Asia as the US lessens its dependence on oil imports. Read Full Article...

What are the implications of the Middle East’s growing economic significance for logistics providers? [08/May/2014]

Growth in the Middle East offers great opportunity for logistics providers but its implications also present significant challenges. What this means for logistics providers will be the subject of discussion at Ti's upcoming conference in Dubai. Read Full Article...

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...

NYK and MOL pull themselves out of container swamp with LNG [03/Apr/2014]

The controversy over European gas imports from Russia has highlighted the growth of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) logistics sector as a key energy logistics trade. 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...

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...

Increasing calls for updated safety regulations for oil tanker cars [15/Jan/2014]

The ascent of fracking in the US has led to a forty-fold rise in the volume of oil transported by rail. The risks incurred by such an increase have recently been brought to the fore by a number high profile incidents. As a result, calls for updated safety regulations, both from within the industry and the general public, are gaining momentum. Read Full Article...

Kudo’s New Year Vision for NYK [09/Jan/2014]

NYK Lines has a problem. In the container shipping sector it is a medium sized player in a chronically unprofitable market-place that has the threat of rapid and sizeable consolidation hanging over it. Read Full Article...

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