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Africa's growing trade preference with Asia [18/Sep/2014]

South-South trade is on the rise. According to UNCTAD, total developing economies' exports now account for 45% of the world total, a trend which is most evident between Asia and Africa as emerging markets continue to play a larger role in global trade. Read Full Article...

Big gains in Index indicate strong finish for 2014 [17/Sep/2014]

The Stifel Logistics Confidence Index increased at its fastest pace in September, climbing 3.5 points from August to 59.2. Both the present and expected situations noted healthy gains increasing 3.2 and 3.9 points to 56.7 and 61.8 respectively. Read Full Article...

Brazil: The road better taken? [09/Sep/2014]

Brazil holds a special position as an emerging market – as one of the BRICS it is a market of the highest potential. However Brazil’s path to prosperity hasn’t always been straightforward and it has slipped into recession brought on, in part, by underdeveloped infrastructure. It now stands at crossroads in its development; the path to follow will most certainly be paved. Read Full Article...

The 'New Asia' brings new and expanding opportunities [03/Sep/2014]

The 'New Asia' is now upon us. But what does this really mean? For shippers and logistics providers it means opportunity and it’s not just China that offers these opportunities – South East Asia, the Philippines and Myanmar all offer some unique growth prospects. Read Full Article...

DP World shows that world trade is not too unhealthy [03/Sep/2014]

World trade cannot be too depressed judging by the growth seen at DP World over the past half year. For the period the container terminal port operator saw an 8.5% increase in volume, with underlying traffic up 11.2% year-on-year. Read Full Article...

The value of Canadian ports comes to fore as shippers seek to avoid disruption on the US west coast [01/Sep/2014]

Volumes are rising at the ports of British Columbia as the protracted labour dispute continues to disrupt ports along the US west coast and present an opportunity for Canadian ports to grow. Read Full Article...

Disruption to the supply chain in China highlights the challenges faced across the region [27/Aug/2014]

Disruption to the supply chain from state interference and unrest in China serve to illustrate the problems of managing logistics in the country and highlight the problems faced by logistics providers in the wider region. Read Full Article...

Stifel Logistics Confidence Index indicates possible air freight slow down [27/Aug/2014]

Uncertainty in the global market continues with the latest Stifel Logistics Confidence Index indicating a dip of 0.4 points in the overall measurement to 55.7. While the present situation remained positive, gaining 1.2 points from July to 53.5, the expected situation for the next six months stumbled 2.0 points to 57.9. 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...

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