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Asia Pacific has shed its label as being known simply as a major export region and now offers a variety of opportunities for shippers and logistics providers alike.
India’s transport infrastructure has become the target for foreign policy initiatives by both Japan and China as they manoeuvre against each other and in the wider Asia region.
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.
DB Schenker Rail UK adopts ‘stop-start’ technology
ICTSI adds capacity in the Philippines
Canadian Pacific to repurchase up to 8% of floatation
Canadian Pacific has received approval to amend its normal course issuer bid to increase the proportion of its common shares that may be repurchased following its public float from 3% to 8%. Read more
US-NAFTA trade grows in July
The US Department of Transportation has announced its US-NAFTA freight figures for July 2014, reporting year-on-year growth across all five major freight modes. Read more
Agility signs distribution MOU with Etihad Rail
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2013
An overview of the fast growing Asia Pacific transport and logistics market including analysis of the road, rail, sea and air sectors as well as national logistics markets.
Global Automotive Logistics 2013
Detailed analysis of the major trends and developments affecting the global automotive logistics market.
US Trucking, Intermodal and Rail Report 2011
The US Trucking, Intermodal and Rail 2011 report contains profiles of all the leading trucking, intermodal and rail companies providing financial, operational and strategic insight into the key players. It also contains insight into the development of the transportation sector throughout the NAFTA region.