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Chinese economy leads to Kerry pessimism [26/Aug/2015]

The crunch in the Chinese economy continues to gather pace. In itself the crash in the Chinese stock markets is perhaps not so important, however it feeds into an impression of a slowing and dysfunctional Chinese economy causing concern for LSPs. Read Full Article...

Deutsche Bahn might need more capital as profits pressured [03/Aug/2015]

Deutsche Bahn has revealed that its profits are under significant pressure in its half year results. This pressure has led its top management to enact restructuring plans and to consider its options for raising capital. Read Full Article...

Kansas City’s rise to major logistics hub [13/Jul/2015]

Kansas City has fast become a major logistics hub. In fact, according to the Journal of Commerce, Kansas City is the largest US freight hub in terms of tonnage. It can reach 85% of the US population within two days and has access connections to five Class I railroads. Read Full Article...

Asian rail networks expand further [09/Jul/2015]

In June, China’s CITIC Ltd., announced that its banking, securities, trust and construction divisions will invest more than C¥700bn ($112.79bn) to support China's "One Belt, One Road" initiative. Read Full Article...

Asciano offered AUS$8.8bn by Brookfield [02/Jul/2015]

The Australian logistics infrastructure provider Asciano has received a take-over bid from Brookfield Infrastructure Group, a specialist logistics investment company based in Canada that already owns a string of global assets including Dalrymple Bay coal terminal in Australia. Read Full Article...

Economics of China's Brazilian railway unclear at this stage [27/May/2015]

China and Brazil announced an agreement to collaborate on an extensive list of projects within Brazil during the Chinese government’s official visit to South America last week. Read Full Article...

German transport suffers from labour unrest [20/May/2015]

Strikes appear to have become a recurring feature of the German transport economy over the past couple of years. 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...

Rumours over Lieb's resignation from Schenker [17/Mar/2015]

Rumours surround the resignation of DB Schenker boss Thomas Lieb last week. 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...

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