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The gradual expansion of Felixstowe [17/Apr/2014]

A string of new port developments are beginning to enter the market in the Le Havre- Hamburg range. Read Full Article...

Kuehne + Nagel still seeing tough markets [15/Apr/2014]

The performance of Kuehne and Nagel over the past quarter implies that, despite the optimism of many service providers during the results season, logistics markets have remained difficult. Read Full Article...

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...

Interview with the author: Supply Chain Risk: Understanding Emerging Threats to Supply Chains [10/Apr/2014]

To mark Global Logistics Day and the publication of the new book, Supply Chain Risk, Logistics Briefing undertook an interview with its author, John Manners-Bell to find out more about threats to the logistics industry. 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...

Red ink in container market despite higher demand [01/Apr/2014]

If any evidence was needed of the miserable state of the container market the latest string of results from some of the leading container shipping companies show falling freight rates driving down both revenues and profits despite some increases in volume. Read Full Article...

Logistics in the Middle East – Domestic demand creates logistics momentum [27/Mar/2014]

Whether as an international transit hub or as a consumer market, the Middle East is a region which cannot be ignored by global manufacturers, retailers or logistics companies. It is certainly true that the levels of opportunity are somewhat tempered by geo-political risks, not least the role of Iran and the potential contagion of Syria’s instability. Even Qatar’s relations with fellow GCC countries have recently deteriorated. However the major economies such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE have vast wealth, good security, increasingly robust transport infrastructure and a desire to develop their economies to Western standards. The implications of this for the logistics industry, both global and domestic, should not be underestimated. Read Full Article...

Leading forwarders sustain performance in 2013 [27/Mar/2014]

2013 saw not a lot of change in terms of the competitiveness of different players in the freight forwarding market. Those companies that have displayed strength in the past have continued to do so, although this strength is more of a display of defensive qualities. Read Full Article...

Conflict with Russia will curtail major logistics markets [25/Mar/2014]

The crisis around the Russian annexation of the Crimea appears to be of such magnitude that it is likely to have a profound effect on the economies across Central and Eastern Europe. As ever logistics will be a primary focus. Read Full Article...

Vietnam adapting to meet export demands [20/Mar/2014]

Vietnam's growing economy is adapting to infrastructure demands bu there is concern that In some cases these adaptations are occurring a bit too quickly and with not enough thought on these projects’ overall impact on Vietnam. Read Full Article...

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