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TNT's focus on clinical trial logistics [26/Nov/2014]

The globalization of medical studies has resulted in the need for a safe, secure and efficient supply chain if the studies are to meet with success. The growth in demand for logistics of this sort is the rationale behind TNT’s new focus on clinical trials logistics. Read Full Article...

Toll to sell off its Asian express business as part of large scale rationalisation [26/Nov/2014]

Toll Group has announced a raft of measures to help ‘rationalise’ its business portfolio, including the sale of Toll Global Express. The measures suggest that Toll’s ambitious acquisition strategy may have overstretched its resources as it pulls back to more core activities. Read Full Article...

FedEx and UPS look to grow revenue internationally [24/Nov/2014]

The US domestic market still represents a large percentage of Fedex and UPS revenue but opportunities in the global supply chain continue to increase. As such both companies continue to diversify and expand into the international market. Read Full Article...

Asian logistics set to gain as the Bali Trade Agreement gets back on track [20/Nov/2014]

The Asian logistics sector is in a strong position to gain from the Bali Trade Facilitation Agreement as India accepts a deal, brokered by Barack Obama, to ratify the WTO agreement, so long as the organization doesn’t challenge its farming subsidies. Read Full Article...

Logistics to grow with Asia's taste for alcohol [20/Nov/2014]

Asia’s burgeoning middle class are changing consumer and dietary tastes across the continent in many different ways. The international trade and local distribution of alcoholic beverages is just one area which will become a key growth market for logistics providers as tastes develop. Read Full Article...

UPS gropes towards the future of logistics [18/Nov/2014]

The scale and shape of the future of logistics is glimpsed when looking at the thrust of UPS’s marketing and technology developments. Read Full Article...

CEVA's new CEO is ambitious despite a flat market [12/Nov/2014]

CEVA logistics may have had a flat quarter but this is unlikely to distract its CEO from what he sees as his task of building a new company. Read Full Article...

Global connectedness is on the rise again - but will it rekindle the fire of globalization? [05/Nov/2014]

DHL's Global Connectedness Index shows that levels of global connectedness have begun to deepen again but that they have still not reached their pre-crisis peak. The evidence suggests that in the future connectedness will continue increasing, though interconnectedness on a regional level is likely to become dominant. Read Full Article...

Mobile trends suggest changes in logistics requirements [30/Oct/2014]

Asia Pacific is leading the world in smartphone usage and the region’s preference for these devices over conventional desktop computers and laptops is bringing about change in Asian supply chains and how they are managed. Read Full Article...

Norbert Dentressangle continues to outperform the market [28/Oct/2014]

Yet again Norbert Dentressangle has out-performed the market with its latest 9 month figures showing an overall underlying increase in revenues of 5.1%. Read Full Article...

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