NEWS
02 Apr
GLOBAL GROWTH IS EXPECTED TO REMAIN AT 3.0 PER CENT IN 2019 AND 2020
The global economy is facing a confluence of risks, which could disrupt economic activity...
20 Mar
LIFE ON ASIA-EUROPE TRADELANES: LONGER TRANSITS, FEWER SAILINGS, REDUCED CAPACITY
Asia-North Europe shippers now have fewer booking options and longer transit times...
04 Feb
WHY SUSTAINABILITY HAS TO EXTEND DOWN THE SUPPLY CHAIN?
There is a wide array of benefits arriving with a sustainable business model...
18 Jan
2019 RATE OUTLOOK: PRESSURE BUILDS AND ENERGY MARKETS LOOK UNCERTAIN
Economists feel rising interest rates and trade protectionism lead to higher freight rates...
02 Jan
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN PRICING MAY FACE NEW PRESSURES IN 2019
Global economy started 2018 with strong growth, but momentum faded as growth trends diverged...
10 Dec
U.S.-CHINA TRADE TRUCE BUYS SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGERS A LITTLE MORE TIME
Many supply chain managers may feel they are living on borrowed time...
28 Nov
CHINA-EUROPE TRUCK SERVICE FOR JANUARY LAUNCH AFTER SUCCESSFUL PILOT
New option is now open to shippers which could cut costs, or time...
02 Nov
MARITIME UPDATE: STAY ABOVE WATER AND WATCH TRENDS
Trends impacting the maritime industry reverberate to shippers...
04 Oct
BREAKBULK COMEBACK? WITH MORE VESSELS SCRAPPED AND NEW SHIPS LAUNCHED
Industry analysts are forecasting a long overdue rebound in the breakbulk sector...
14 Sep
WITH ‘RESTOCKING’ OVER, IATA PREDICTS SLOW GROWTH, HIGHER YIELDS IN H2
Slower growth in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) in the second half of 2018...
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