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Asia Pacific's influential impact on supply chains [30/Sep/2014]

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. Read Full Article...

China's offer to India [23/Sep/2014]

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. 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...

Rebellion and war threatens the success of the Gulf logistics economy [08/Jul/2014]

The war in Syria and Iraq is devastating logistics in the north of the Middle-East. It is not just the truck routes between Turkey and the Gulf that have been affected. Read Full Article...

The Silk Road Economic Belt [03/Jul/2014]

With rail freight routes delving ever further into western China and rail links being formed between China and Europe the ancient concept of the Silk Road has been brought back to the fore. Such a development could well herald a change in international trade patterns. Read Full Article...

Which logistics companies will be best equipped to move forward in 2014? [26/Jun/2014]

A new report published by TI reviews the performance of twenty of the world’s largest logistics providers shows that only three of these providers grew their total logistics revenue in 2013, and all of them did so at the expense of declining operating profit margins. Read Full Article...

2013 – a “complicated year” [23/Jun/2014]

The much anticipated CSCMP’s annual State of the Logistics described 2013 as not a “stellar year” for the US economy. But, it was a complex one as freight did not always mirror the economy throughout the year. Read Full Article...

Possibilities for Asia's rail network are great but hurdles exist [19/Jun/2014]

As emerging markets mature and regionalization trends take hold, railroads are under review. Many railroads have mostly transported bulk commodities and are under government control. However, as domestic demand as well as regionalisation takes hold, a second look for this transportation option is underway for more than just bulk commodities. Read Full Article...

Supply Chain Risk book launched at Dubai industry leader gathering [10/Jun/2014]

Doing an increased level of business in emerging markets has made supply chains more vulnerable than ever, says author John Manners-Bell at the launch of his latest book in Dubai. Read Full Article...

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