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FedEx starts the new fiscal year on a strong note [18/Sep/2014]

FedEx began its fiscal year on a strong note with revenue for the first quarter August 30, up 6% to $11.7bn and recorded revenue, profit and volume gains in all divisions. Read Full Article...

Getting it right in time for the 2014 holiday season [13/Sep/2014]

Still smarting from last holiday seasons’ mishaps, UPS vowed to make things right this year. Indeed, the company noted plans to spend $175m for such improvements and increase capacity by 10% over 2013. Already it has announced plans to open two package distribution facilities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area as well as install “state of the art” package sorting technology. Read Full Article...

Burgeoning Chinese healthcare industry opens further to logistics providers [04/Sep/2014]

Bain & Company estimates that by 2020, China’s healthcare industry is likely to be valued at $900bn. It is a huge market and one that is slowly opening up to foreign investments and presenting opportunities for the logistics market. Read Full Article...

The 'New Asia' brings new and expanding opportunities [03/Sep/2014]

The 'New Asia' is now upon us. But what does this really mean? For shippers and logistics providers it means opportunity and it’s not just China that offers these opportunities – South East Asia, the Philippines and Myanmar all offer some unique growth prospects. Read Full Article...

How will the Shanghai FTZ benefit e-commerce? [28/Aug/2014]

Almost one year since China’s first FTZ in Shanghai was introduced Amazon is moving in. The arrival of the US e-commerce giant will certainly benefit Chinese customers as competition between it and the incumbent giant Alibaba heats up. Whether it will benefit e-commerce in China will be decided by how well Amazon can integrate its international and Chinese networks. Read Full Article...

Would you recommend your parcel carrier? [27/Aug/2014]

The UK parcel market is undergoing rapid growth and competition between carriers is fierce. Customer satisfaction is becoming one of the central battlegrounds as companies vie to win and retain contracts but how would you choose your preferred carrier? Answering that question may well be the key to prevailing over stiff competition. Read Full Article...

A wave of cash for acquisitions ready to break over the logistics industry [22/Aug/2014]

The combination of extraordinarily loose monetary conditions and greater confidence in a slow global recovery has raised the possibility of a ‘wave of cash’ hitting the logistics sector in the near future. Read Full Article...

Explore the impact of ‘New Asia’ at Ti’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore 2014 [20/Aug/2014]

The New Asia is upon us and its impact is challenging every preconception of the logistics and supply chain industry in the region. The creation of this new paradigm forms the subject matter of Transport Intelligence’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore 2014. Read Full Article...

Who's responsible for the package contents? [18/Aug/2014]

In what is proving to be the makings of an interesting court case, FedEx finds itself the focal point of an US Justice Department probe into the privacy of consumers, the US healthcare system and the role of e-commerce and the responsibility of the small parcel provider. Read Full Article...

FedEx and UPS expand domestic reach within China [14/Aug/2014]

According to Reuters, FedEx and UPS have received additional licenses to operate within China’s huge domestic express package market, allowing both companies to significantly scale up their operations in this burgeoning market. Read Full Article...

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