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India's e-commerce market - Hype or Real? [26/Mar/2015]

Is it just hype or is India’s e-commerce market really taking off? India’s e-commerce market is estimated to have grown by 70% 2014 and has generated international interest. However the valuations of businesses in the market are based on India’s potential rather than its current market and much reform and growth is needed realize these figures. Read Full Article...

Latin America – Region of extremes, region of opportunities [23/Mar/2015]

A region of extremes, Latin America is geographically and culturally diverse. However, Ti’s latest report, Latin America Logistics and Transport finds that a recurring theme throughout this vast region is the need for infrastructure improvements and loosening of regulatory requirements. Read Full Article...

Uber not a threat as FedEx reports quarterly net income up 53% [23/Mar/2015]

FedEx has reported strong fiscal third quarter earnings with the Ground and Freight divisions noting the biggest gains. The company remains confident about future growth prospects and shrugs off the impact of new competition. Read Full Article...

Changing lanes and mixed economic progress – challenging times for logistics providers [16/Mar/2015]

With the first two months of 2015 in the books, the year is already shaping up to be another one of challenge for logistics providers. But positive economic signs are finally emerging in Europe in particular. Ti examines the implications of the developing situation for logistics in its monthly Global Logistics Monitor. Read Full Article...

DP-DHL boosted by Express depressed by Forwarding [12/Mar/2015]

Deutsche Post DHL's 2014 saw a modest rise in in revenue and profits at the group level that disguised significant contrasts in performance between the different constituent businesses. Read Full Article...

Alternative delivery locations help retailers increase customer satisfaction, says UPS study [05/Mar/2015]

UPS’s Pulse of the Online Shopper Global Study has found that flexibility throughout the omnichannel shopping and delivery process is key to success, particularly when trying to access customers in Asia Pacific demanding greater convenience. 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...

TNT still a work in progress as 2014 sees losses [18/Feb/2015]

Things are still tough for TNT Express. Although the company says that the “building blocks are in place” for its new strategy, the past year has been painful as revenue and profits both shrank. 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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