Supply Chain Industry Predictions for 2012

Supply Chain Industry Predictions for 2012

By Jay Raol - Jan 04, 2012

The supply chain industry practitioners do not yet have the depth for creating a war for the supply chain talent. A supply chain industry leader will need flexibility and aggressiv

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The Parcel Service that’s Cutting Costs by Going Green: UPS

The Parcel Service that’s Cutting Costs by Going Green: UPS

By Aubrey Chang - Jun 17, 2011

With fuel prices shooting through the roof, there’s been increasing interest expressed by global logistics leaders in developing technology that is likely to help cut costs as we

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Antwerp-Chongqing Direct Rail Freight Link Launched

Antwerp-Chongqing Direct Rail Freight Link Launched

By Aubrey Chang - May 12, 2011

A 5-days-a-week direct rail freight service was launched on May 9th between the Port of Antwerp, Europe’s second-largest port, and Chongqing, the industrial hub located in China&

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China’s Air Freight Sector foresees low rates;expects consolidation

China’s Air Freight Sector foresees low rates;expects consolidation

By Aubrey Chang - Mar 14, 2011

The contradiction between a lower-than-forecast growth in export demand and significant capacity increases on some routes has caused China’s air freight sector to be looking at l

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NZ trucking giant to buy Europe’s Wim Bosman Group

NZ trucking giant to buy Europe’s Wim Bosman Group

By Aubrey Chang - Mar 07, 2011

New Zealand’s largest trucking company, Mainfreight, is all set to enter the European market by acquiring Netherlands-based Wim Bosman Group, in what will be the NZ-based company

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Express Freight Service UPS grows stronger: Expands to Israel and Slovakia

Express Freight Service UPS grows stronger: Expands to Israel and Slovakia

By Aubrey Chang - Feb 09, 2011

One of the world’s largest logistics provider, UPS has announced the expansion of its UPS Express(R) Freight service into Israel and Slovakia to serve expanding hubs for high-tec

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