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Ti Infographic: China Crash
Since the 1990’s China has been at the centre of global trade.Registering huge levels of growth for twenty-five years the Chinese economy has begun to slow.
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As the UK economy has grown, the supply of warehousing has failed to keep up. This is due in great part to a lack of investment during the recession of 2008-2012, however there remain other contributory factors.
August Chart of the month: China’s devaluation and what exchange rate movements mean for logistics providers.
The first quarter of 2015 witnessed China’s economy growing at its slowest pace in 6 years at an annual 7.0%. In 2013 the Chinese government took the initiative to create of the country’s first free trade...
UPS opens its first facility to offer medical device replenishment services
DHL opens the third life sciences and healthcare competency centre in Germany
Home Depot opens direct fulfilment centre
Home Depot announced three facility openings to support its online business, information technology capability and retail strategy. Read more
CEVA wins major new contract with Continental
UTi opens new facility in Mexico
UTi announces the opening of new 2,500 sq m facility in Mexico. Read more
Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2013
An overview of the fast growing Asia Pacific transport and logistics market including analysis of the road, rail, sea and air sectors as well as national logistics markets.
North America Distribution and Warehousing 2012
A review of the major trends impacting on the warehousing market and the key distribution property locations throughout North America
European Distribution and Warehousing 2012
A review of the major trends impacting on the warehousing market and the key distribution property locations throughout Europe