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Home to one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia as well as the location for 10% of the world’s semiconductor manufacturing services for such devices as mobile phone chips and microprocessors, the Philippines was rocked by a powerful category 5 typhoon over the weekend, the second such this year and as the country was still reeling from a recent 7.1 earthquake.
Following the catastrophic typhoon which hit the Philippines over the weekend, the international humanitarian logistics sector has been quick to respond with its ‘disaster relief’ efforts. Thomas Cullen...
In terms of logistics, Africa is one of the most exciting investment opportunities anywhere in the world, according to Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics 2012; the new report from Ti. Its untapped natural resources...
UPS provides support to Philippines
DHL prepares Armenia for emergencies
Deutsche Post DHL has announced it is taking its GARD programme to the Zvartnots international airport in the Armenian capital of Yerevan and the Gyumri regional airport in the north-western part of the country. Read more
Canadian Pacific to donate C$200,000 for Alberta flood relief
DHL Express announces partnership with Free the Children
DHL Express Canada has announced a global partnership with Free The Children, an international charity and educational partner, and Me to We, a social enterprise that supports the work of Free The Children. Read more
Menlo continues to manage rapid response program in New York
Global Contract Logistics 2013
A comprehensive overview of the global contract logistics market including analysis, commentary, market sizing, ranking and market shares, outsourcing rates and profiles of the leading global contract logistics operators.
Sub-Saharan Africa Logistics 2012
An analysis of the logistics investment opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa.