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Despite recent natural disasters, the Philippines remains a shining light for growth [10/Apr/2014]

A new report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) suggests that growth in Southeast Asia is expected to be minimal at best this year. However, the one shining light appears to be the Philippines, despite the horrific typhoon and earthquake that hit the country in 2013. Read Full Article...

DB Schenker appears to have had a tough year [07/Apr/2014]

It seems that DB Schenker has had a tough twelve months with revenue from the ‘DB Schenker’ division of Deutsche Bahn falling by 3.5% to €14.8bn, although this was part of a mixed picture. Read Full Article...

Connecting Asia to Europe via rail [03/Apr/2014]

In an attempt to reduce time and cost of freight transport, the use of rail is getting a strong nod from China. This encouragement is mostly due to the growth of such interior cities as Chongqing and Chengdu. Chongqing, in particular is about 1,500 km from the closest main Chinese seaport. At the same time, other rail projects are emerging to link China, Central and Southeast Asia to Europe, the Middle East and beyond. Read Full Article...

Increasing US automobile exports leads to growth in logistics services [02/Apr/2014]

With increasing levels of investment US automobile production is the beneficiary of accelerating growth. To match the increases in production both automotive export and import levels are also rising; of course this growth is reflected by the automotive logistics industry. Read Full Article...

Is Georgia part of your supply chain? [19/Mar/2014]

It just may be that the US state of Georgia is part of your supply chain and you may not even be aware of it – and that’s ok with the state’s economic development department. Logistics is a strategic focus and not just within the confines of the state’s boundaries but on the global stage. 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...

Coca-Cola looks to its supply chain for cost savings [26/Feb/2014]

One of the most recognized brands around the world, Coca-Cola is feeling a bit of a pinch as consumers’ preference shifts to non-carbonated beverages. In its efforts to maintain levels of profitability the company is seeking to achieve a $1bn saving through supply chain optimization and IT standardization. Read Full Article...

Growing domestic market ignites investments in Indonesia [20/Feb/2014]

Investments in Indonesia and logistics providers are expanding into the country to take advantage of this potential growth market. Read Full Article...

Mexico tries to open its rail industry to competition [19/Feb/2014]

Once again, the Mexican government is ruffling feathers as it tries to modernize and open industries to competition and investment. This time, however, the government has not only drawn the ire of its large rail operator, Grupo Mexico which manages Ferromex (25% owned by US-based Union Pacific) and Ferrosur railroads, but also US-based Kansas City Southern Railway. Read Full Article...

Japan’s logistics market: Open or Shut for business? [06/Feb/2014]

There is no doubt that the Japanese logistics market is not as introspective as it once was. The financial crisis acted as a spur for some Japanese groups to sell off their logistics subsidiaries and open up to third parties and it is possible that, as market influences persist, foreign investment in Japan will rise to more appropriate levels. Read Full Article...

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