Articles and Papers
Transport Intelligence develops regular articles and papers to promote interest and discussion. Each addresses a particular segment of the transport and logistics industry, providing a source of background information, comment and analysis.
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Singapore - A supply chain hub for emerging markets and beyond
Singapore has become a key operating location for manufacturers and logistics providers, with its airport and seaport among the busiest in the world. Transport Intelligence examines the country's growing significance to global supply chains and the sustainability of this growth, with comment from the Singapore Economic Development, CEVA, DHL, Infineon Technologies and Becton Dickinson. Download Now ».
Emerging Markets: Endemic Corruption in the Logistics Industry
One of the key sessions at the Emerging Markets Logistics Conference, sponsored by Agility, (Singapore, September 24-25th), will be dedicated to security and corruption. John Manners-Bell discusses how this trend is holding back the progress of the logistics sector in emerging markets and how governments, manufacturers and the logistics industry are trying to tackle the problem. Download Now ».
Stifel Logistics Confidence Index August 2013
The August 2013 results of the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index survey. Download Now ».
Infrastructure and Logistics - Prerequisites for Sustainable Economic Growth
Today's economies are unthinkable without the value and supply chains that modern logistics make possible. Therefore, an efficient infrastructure is a prerequisite for efficient logistics platforms and thus economic growth. Consequently, it is vitally important for emerging economies such as BRICs nations to make investments in infrastructure. Wolfgang Lehmacher, Managing Director (Greater China and India) and Partner at Corporate Value Associates, outlines planned investments in the BRIC nations and illustrates why business, politics and society will have to develop new ways of thinking about logistics. Download Now ».
Stifel Logistics Confidence Index July 2013
The July 2013 results of the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index survey. Download Now ».
Catastrophic Risk Understanding and Dealing with Threats to Supply Chains
In a world beset by natural and man-made catastrophes, are corporations taking the right approach to supply chain risk? How should companies avoid the huge disruptions felt in Asia, such as those experienced by the automotive and electronics industries? These are key questions which Ti’s Emerging Markets Logistics Conference will address. Download Now ».
Stifel Logistics Confidence Index June 2013
The June 2013 results of the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index survey. Download Now ».
Emerging markets hold the key to logistics growth
In the first of a series of regular briefings published in the run up to Ti's Emerging Markets Logistics Conference, sponsored by Agility (Singapore, September 24-25th), John Manners-Bell, Ti's CEO, discusses the key findings of the Agility Emerging Markets Logistics Index 2013 and the opportunities it identifies. Download Now ».
Stifel Logistics Confidence Index May 2013
The May 2013 results of the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index survey. Download Now ».
A presentation on the challenges of e-fulfilment
Speaking at Multimodal 2013, Joel Ray, Head of Consultancy at Transport Intelligence, discussed the impact of e-commerce on how retailers approach their supply chain strategy and the challenges e-fulfilment creates for the logistics industry. Download Now ».