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SEKO Logistics doing it their way - Exclusive interview [18/May/2015]

Mergers and acquisitions continue to pick up in the logistics market as providers look to expand but SEKO Logistics is taking a different road with investment from a PE firm. The company’s CEO explains his approach in an exclusive interview with Ti’s Cathy Roberson. Read Full Article...

Philippines' logistics market is set for surging growth if reform agenda is pushed through [14/May/2015]

The Philippines is poised to become a major growth market for logistics service providers over the next year, according to a new report by Transport Intelligence. But this will only happen if its political rulers take steps to improve trade flows, not least by investing heavily in the archipelago’s outdated infrastructure. Read Full Article...

XPO buys again and reduces losses [06/May/2015]

XPO Logistics keeps on making acquisitions. Yesterday, (5/5/2015) it announced the purchase of Bridge Terminal Transport Services, “one of the largest asset-light drayage providers in the United States” for US$100m. Read Full Article...

XPO Logistics catapults to big player status with Norbert Dentressangle acquisition [29/Apr/2015]

That XPO Logistics makes an acquisition is hardly a surprise. The company’s corporate strategy is explicitly built on buying other corporations. However what is surprising is the target of Norbert Dentressangle; a company much larger than itself that was not apparently up for sale. Read Full Article...

UPS starts 2015 with double-digit operating profit growth [29/Apr/2015]

UPS’ first quarter earnings seem to have pleased investors as it reported a 1.4% increase in revenue to $14.0bn and an 11% gain in operating profit of $1.7bn. This in turn resulted in a 14.0% increase in EPS for the quarter. Read Full Article...

XPO Logistics goes to Europe for its latest acquisition [29/Apr/2015]

XPO Logistics has made its biggest acquisition yet and as a result, made that much anticipated leap onto the global logistics stage. Yesterday the US-based company announced its intent to acquire French-based Norbert Dentressangle for $3.53bn. Read Full Article...

New Chinese FTZs introduced to help spur growth [23/Apr/2015]

The first quarter of 2015 witnessed China’s economy growing at its slowest pace in 6 years at an annual 7.0%. In 2013 the Chinese government took the initiative to create of the country’s first free trade zone in Shanghai to boost growth, its example has led to calls for further zones. Read Full Article...

Opaque picture suggests year-on-year growth for GEFCO [22/Apr/2015]

GEFCO’s somewhat opaque results don’t answer every question about the company’s performance over the past year, however they do paint a picture of moderate growth. Read Full Article...

K+N hit by the strength of the Swiss Franc in Q1 but underlying profits still reasonable [14/Apr/2015]

As expected Kuehne and Nagel has been hit by the sharp appreciation of the Swiss Franc against the Euro and most other currencies. However the underlying performance is positive. Read Full Article...

Express giants race to globalise network whilst e-commerce shifts beneath their feet [08/Apr/2015]

DHL, UPS and FedEx are locked in a race to develop global networks to feed off global drivers of growth and to advantage them over their smaller competitors. However even as they build and develop this infrastructure the structure of the market its designed to serve is changing. Read Full Article...

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