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Goodbye to Warehouse Clubs? [23/Apr/2014]

Watch out Costco and Sam’s Club – Amazon, Target and a growing number of startups are offering regularly scheduled subscription delivery services for consumer goods. Read Full Article...

Staples look to 3-D printing to remain competitive [16/Apr/2014]

The office supply industry is faced with challenges from changing workplace behavior and competition from online players such as Amazon. To remain competitive as well as to take advantage of the needs of the growing small-to-medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs, new products and services are being introduced. One of which is 3-D printing services. Read Full Article...

DP-DHL Strategy 2020 is a bigger change than it appears [10/Apr/2014]

Outlined to investors last week, ‘Strategy 2020’ describes the three principles of DP-DHL’s corporate strategy. Read Full Article...

e-commerce – more than just online retailing [26/Mar/2014]

Online retailing seems to get all the attention in today’s press but another online revolution is occurring and it’s in the business-to-business space. This rather quiet movement is going on in all industries but for the healthcare industry the potential could have an amazing impact for not only businesses but also for consumers. Read Full Article...

From war-torn to oil-rich: Middle East and North Africa is a region of logistics contradictions [18/Mar/2014]

It is all too obvious to state that Middle East and North Africa is one of the most difficult regions to assess in terms of logistics investment and services. Huge differences exist between rapidly growing markets serving a global customer base on the one-hand and countries torn apart by war on the other. Ti’s latest report, Middle East and North Africa Transport and Logistics, offers detailed analysis of this region and the countries with often conflicting economies within it. Read Full Article...

FedEx and UPS continue to seek Chinese domestic licenses [13/Mar/2014]

In spite of setbacks, and the Chinese government's favorable policies towards domestic delivery providers, FedEx and UPS continue to push for more licenses to operate in China. Read Full Article...

DP-DHL led by its mail business again [13/Mar/2014]

Deutsche Post-DHL (DP-DHL) performance, as shown in its full year figures released yesterday (March 12, 2013), contains few surprises, but rather reflects the trends in the wider logistics market. DP-DHL’s response to these trends has been mixed. Read Full Article...

Can Amazon successfully harness visibility to compete against the integrators? [12/Mar/2014]

Visibility is among today’s logistics buzz words and it has become standard industry practice to offer track and trace services to its customers. Previously, the end-to-end data produced by these processes had been an advantage solely for the large integrators. However, new software has now been developed that will enable asset light companies to gather the same data and thus, to compete with the integrators in the field of visibility. Read Full Article...

Changes in the midst for India's e-commerce logistics market [27/Feb/2014]

Despite infrastructure and government hurdles, interest in e-commerce remains high in India and, because of the economic slowdown in the country; India is eyeing foreign investments to stimulate growth. The government is therefore reconsidering its ban on foreign investments in the country’s e-commerce sector and has invited feedback from the industry before making a decision. Read Full Article...

TNT Express has a better quarter but problems remain [20/Feb/2014]

TNT Express’ fourth quarter results provide some cause for optimism but the Netherlands-based Express company is still faced with significant problems both in terms profits and growth. Read Full Article...

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