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Amazon and Ebay – showing their age? [27/Apr/2015]

Among the pioneers of the dot com revolution, Amazon and Ebay have innovated and expanded to keep up with the ever changing global environment. But has it been enough? Are these two e-commerce titans able to take on the growing number of start-ups as well as the omni-channel strategy adopted by brick and mortars? Read Full Article...

A year of innovation ahead in the supply chain and logistics industry [07/Jan/2015]

2015 will see an increased focus on innovation by supply chain and logistics companies as the pace of change in the industry accelerates. These innovations will range from those affecting particular sector niches and logistics functions to those which have the power to transform the entire industry. Read Full Article...

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 importance and challenge of the end-to-end cold chain supply chain [11/Nov/2014]

The cold chain is critical in meeting the needs of a rising number of global consumers. More and more people around the world want increasingly far flung and temperature sensitive products ‘now’ and they demand guarantees that what they consume is safe. This presents the logistics industry with significant challenges as the cold chain stretches all over the world. 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...

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...

Interview: Collaborative networks 'the way forward' says industry expert [04/Apr/2012]

Most companies seeking to expand their express and logistics networks have more to gain by leveraging their existing assets through partnerships and franchise agreements than by investing funds into their own networks, says one leading expert in an interview with Ti. Read Full Article...

New report: UPS acquisition sees it leapfrog DHL in Europe [26/Mar/2012]

The acquisition of TNT by UPS will see the company leapfrog DHL to become the biggest express parcels company in Europe, according to market estimates contained in International Express Parcels 2012, Ti's latest report. Read Full Article...

UPS buys TNT Express for €5bn [19/Mar/2012]

After years of rumours and a comparatively short offer-period, UPS has agreed to buy TNT Express for €5.16bn/US$6.77bn. Read Full Article...

TNT Express announces new strategy to remain independent [22/Feb/2012]

With negotiations between TNT Express and UPS on-going, the release of TNT Express' annual results, combined with a new corporate strategy, has more-than-usual significance. Read Full Article...

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