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Haier’s disruptive ways [26/Feb/2015]

The Haier Group is known for its innovative ways and as part of its 2015 plan, it will continue along this path of innovation even further as it looks to disrupt the consumer electronics market. Read Full Article...

Quite a good year for Kuehne + Nagel [26/Feb/2015]

Kuehne + Nagel has seen moderate increases in revenue and profit with a set of fourth quarter and annual results that show underlying demand reasonably strong but profit margins still under pressure in areas such as forwarding. Read Full Article...

Toll's sale follows slowing growth as the company focuses on execution [19/Feb/2015]

The shareholders in Toll Group have reason to be happy. The bid for their company from Japan Post comes at time when Toll is facing difficulties from both its key domestic market and its acquisitive business model. Read Full Article...

Japan Post: A huge business changing fast [18/Feb/2015]

Japan Post is enormous. However it is also very complex with operations that stretch beyond its postal activities into banking, insurance and even hotels and hospitals. Consequently it is meaningless to relate this organisation’s sales to the logistics market. 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...

Kintetsu Worldwide Express buys APL Logistics for $1.2bn [17/Feb/2015]

Trading on the Singapore stock exchange in the shares of Neptune Orient Lines has been suspended today as news emerges that it has agreed the sale of its APL Logistics business to Kintetsu World ExpressRead Full Article...

DSV remains in an acquisitive mood [11/Feb/2015]

Jens Bjorn Anderson, CEO of DSV asserted last week that the company has a “clear intention” of expanding “additional acquisitions, provided that we can find the right candidates”. So why is DSV so keen to consider acquiring another logistics company? Perhaps the easiest answer is that it has nothing else to do with the money. Read Full Article...

UTi stands at a crossroads [05/Feb/2015]

UTi has always been a little unusual. Much of it was created through acquisition by a company with its background in South Africa and it has gone-on to grow businesses in South East Asia and the Middle East, as well as North America. Read Full Article...

UPS seeks to cope with high demand with home delivery surcharges [04/Feb/2015]

It is a little strange that UPS appears to be complaining about too much demand. It ought to be surfing a wave of internet-shopping driven parcel traffic however its latest quarterly results show that it is still struggling to cope with its good-fortune. Read Full Article...

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