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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...

The exponential evolution of 3D printing is set to fundamentally transform manufacturing and distribution [16/Sep/2014]

There is no question that 3D printing is continuing to impact multiple industry sectors. The technology continues to evolve at an impressive rate and no industry concerned with physical manufacturing is immune. Read Full Article...

North American logistics and transportation mergers & acquisitions heats up [06/Aug/2014]

Over the course of this past week, North America has been the focus of nearly $2bn worth of mergers and acquisitions activity from XPO, Transforce and Norbert Dentressangle. The deals brokered have the potential to transform the business environment in which these companies operate. Read Full Article...

China: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow [20/Sep/2013]

Over the last three decades, the relentless rise of China's export-driven economy has changed the face of world commerce. But China is now in flux as its economy transitions into a new stage of development, rendering the assumptions of yester-year obsolete. Tomorrow's China will be a very different place, creating new opportunities, with new risks for manufacturers, traders, banks as well as supply chain and other service providers. Read Full Article...

Singapore – A supply chain hub for emerging markets and beyond [30/Aug/2013]

Singapore has become a key operating location for manufacturers and logistics providers, with its airport and seaport among the busiest in the world. Transport Intelligence examines the country’s growing significance to global supply chains and the sustainability of this growth. Read Full Article...

Dotcom bubbles, 9/11 and recession: ten years of change in the logistics world [19/Oct/2012]

Weak economies in US and Europe; markets driven by Asian growth and game-changing acquisitions. Sound familiar? This was the market in 2002 when Ti was first established. As part of a series of briefings to mark the anniversary, John Manners-Bell provides a snapshot of the industry and looks at what has changed. Read Full Article...

Supply chain risk management requires flexible technology [12/Oct/2012]

Ken Lyon, Ti’s technology advisor, warns that technology systems must be able to react rapidly in the event of supply chain failure or disruption. Companies will only survive and thrive if their IT evolves and is adaptive to unplanned events. Read Full Article...

Building through collaboration [01/Aug/2012]

Companies looking to expand transportation and logistics networks by leveraging existing assets through partnerships must overcome a number of obstacles to secure success, according to Wolfgang Lehmacher. Here the Hong Kong-based networking expert explains how those who take on the challenge can make collaboration work. Read Full Article...

Understanding the dynamics of supply chain threat – A new analysis [20/Jun/2012]

John Manners-Bell, Ti's CEO, analyses the dynamics of supply chain disruptions and assesses the correlation between internal and external threats. Read Full Article...

Risk in outsourced logistics contracts [06/Jun/2012]

Adam Chazanow, Managing Partner at Graphene Partners, an advisory firm specialising in logistics project management, offers an insight into the risks of outsourced logistics contracts. Read Full Article...

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