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Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy to continue as Singapore expands its influence [26/Mar/2015]

The death of Lee Kuan Yew has brought forth a reflection of just how far Singapore has advanced since its independence from Malaysia in 1965. However the journey is not yet over as Singapore looks to reinvent itself once again. Read Full Article...

Brazil needs transport investment to boost economy [24/Mar/2015]

Speaking at the Brazil Supply Chain and Logistics Summit in Sao Paulo, Prof John Manners-Bell, Ti’s Chief Executive, outlined some of the challenges facing the country’s transport and logistics infrastructure. 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...

Air freight optimism drives increase in Stifel Logistics Confidence Index [19/Mar/2015]

Air freight optimism resulted in a 1.0 point gain in the overall Stifel Logistics Confidence Index, rising to 57.3 for February. In comparison, this month’s overall index is up 0.3 points from March 2014 and 4.8 points from March 2013. 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...

Vietnam’s expanding role in high tech manufacturing [12/Mar/2015]

Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in Asia Pacific fuelled by exports of apparel, automotive and high-tech goods. Its growth looks set to increase as more manufacturing is being located in the country, particularly in the high-tech sector. Read Full Article...

Dominance in Latin American automobile manufacturing shifts to Mexico [09/Mar/2015]

Mexico has now become the largest producer of cars in Latin America as automotive production eases across the rest of the region. With Mexico set for continued growth the region’s requirements for automotive logistics are shifting rapidly. Read Full Article...

Brazil - Its own worst enemy and why supply chain practitioners should care [02/Mar/2015]

When last Ti published South America Logistics and Transport in 2011, Brazil was experiencing a booming economy, but now after years of sluggish global growth Brazil’s economy has stumbled. The country now needs reform and diversification to unlock its great potential. Read Full Article...

2014 a record year for exports for Georgia and the US [02/Mar/2015]

According to government data, the US set another record year for goods and service exports for 2014 and Georgia was among one of the strongest performers. Read Full Article...

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