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The tragic inevitability of the Tianjin disaster [18/Aug/2015]

It is difficult to know the precise cause of the explosion at a chemical warehouse at the Port of Tianjin, however to any logistician familiar with the business of hazardous materials it can hardly come as a surprise. Read Full Article...

EIA expects low oil prices to be sustained over the next year [14/Aug/2015]

In its latest monthly report the International Energy Agency suggests that the price of oil will remain at its present low state for at least a year and possibly longer. Read Full Article...

Worldwide Logistics Group and NAWAH alliance expands capabilities to Iraq [16/Jul/2015]

Iraq is looking towards China for investments as it struggles with slow economic growth, global declines in oil prices and its war against Islamic State militants. Trade between the two countries has been growing in recent years and now Chinese companies are moving in. 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...

Container growth healthy at Rotterdam and Antwerp [21/Jan/2015]

Container traffic growth is quite strong at both Rotterdam and Antwerp and is likely to drive expansion at the two European ports for much of the coming year, judging by the performance through the last 12 months. Read Full Article...

Mexico - the emerging star of the Americas [19/Jan/2015]

The 2015 Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index was released today and while China maintains the top ranking once again, perhaps of special interest to Americas’ fans is that Brazil and Mexico are in the top ten, with Mexico really standing out. Read Full Article...

Japanese shipping lines set to continue to invest in both capacity and energy [13/Jan/2015]

The traditional New Year’s messages from the three big Japanese shipping and logistics companies has suggest that NYK, MOL and “K” Line will continue to invest in capacity even as they place their attention on oil and gas. Read Full Article...

A year of innovation ahead in the supply chain and logistics industry [07/Jan/2015]

2015 will see an increased focus on innovation by supply chain and logistics companies as the pace of change in the industry accelerates. These innovations will range from those affecting particular sector niches and logistics functions to those which have the power to transform the entire industry. Read Full Article...

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...

What impact will falling oil prices have on logistics? [10/Dec/2014]

The recent decline in oil prices has significantly reduced the cost base of logistics, constituting a welcome reprieve for the global industry. However, the picture is complex as the factors which led to falling oil prices have also hit the demand for logistics services. Read Full Article...

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