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Japanese stationery brand Kakimori is leaving a paper trail to global success
In an era dominated by digital screens, analog writing has found an unexpected resurgence in Japanese stationery store, Kakimori.
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How Hong Kong is positioning itself as Asia’s ecommerce logistics hub
New investments in logistics infrastructure are strengthening Hong Kong’s status as a regional hub and supporting recent growth in intra-Asian trade.
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Living on the green edge with localized data centers
Data is the new oil, but is it just as dirty? Living on the edge may be the more sustainable answer.
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From local brand to global sensation: how GENTLEWOMAN became a viral fashion hit
Thai brand GENTLEWOMAN is taking the world of accessible fashion by storm, with quirky cross-industry collaborations and rapid cross-border expansions.
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From thin Ice to top Division: South Korea's thrilling Ice Hockey transformation
Against all odds, South Korea's national ice hockey team is blazing an icy trail to glory.
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Container shipping turned upside down by Red Sea crisis
With the Suez Canal effectively out of bounds for container shipping, it is not only the Asia-Europe trade that has been thrown into disarray.
Lunar New Year factory closures and Red Sea crisis boost air cargo volumes
Diversions of container ships around the Cape of Good Hope combined with rising seasonal demand get air freight markets off to a solid start to 2024.
The data center dilemma: Balancing demand, energy, and environmental impact
Setting up an edge data center may have become increasingly difficult, but here is how you can overcome the obstacles.
Data-driven decision-making: How analytics powers logistics control towers
Supply chain processes just got simpler. The pivot to data with supply chain control towers allows businesses to achieve productivity like never before.
Shipping to Singapore: Everything you need to know
Here is what to know if you are bringing goods in for Singapore’s thriving e-commerce sector.
10 tips for social selling success
Social selling – what is it? Can it work for you? And how do you successfully sell on social media? Let’s find out.
How Asia Pacific is strengthening information flow to boost digital trade growth
Asia Pacific nations are contributing to the growth of digital trade via connectivity and cross-border collaboration.
Air freight solutions alleviate Suez diversions
Air cargo solutions are proving invaluable as delivery times rise due to attacks on shipping on the route to the Suez Canal.
A tale of two canals
War in the Middle East and El Nino are disrupting global shipping.
Moving memories worldwide to commemorate Korean War Armistice’s 70th anniversary
The United Nations Peace Memorial engaged veterans and their families to share their experiences and memorabilia from the Korean War.
Covid-19 presented a logistical challenge for an industry off the beaten track.
Tasmanian salmon farmers find a novel way to get their catch to market
Covid-19 presented a logistical challenge for an industry off the beaten track.
Tasmanian salmon farmers find a novel way to get their catch to market
Covid-19 presented a logistical challenge for an industry off the beaten track.
The cold truth about transporting and storing pharmaceutical products
Innovations in cold chain systems are helping to preserve life-saving pharmaceutical products.
Six major trends in healthcare supply chains
We can see all the signs of a healthcare sector in transition, but what do they mean for logistics?
Device lifecycle management: The key to working from home productively
As hybrid work becomes the norm, device lifecycle management will have to keep up with workplace changes to ensure operational success.
How can China maintain its global relevancy amidst diversification?
China’s reopening sparks optimism for global trade, offering significant opportunities for businesses in a dynamically recovering market.
Is Asia export recovery underway?
Given the late demand surge at the end of the season, some experts are hopeful that e-commerce demand will propel markets into 2024.
AI-powered IoT devices stand on the edge of change
Edge AI, a new wave of artificial intelligence that taps edge computing to speed up data processing, is transforming the digital economy – and our lives.
Smart Printables: What the future of smart labels means for logistics
Exciting innovations are enabling new possibilities for smart labels.
Exports to Japan: a guide to doing business in Japan
Get our free guide to exporting to the world's third largest economy.
How cross-docking is transforming last-mile delivery dynamics
By optimizing last-mile operations, cross-docking distribution is helping many businesses gain the competitive edge of speed in delivery.
Travel revival is fueling economic recovery and reshaping supply chains in Asia
By understanding the resilience of people flows across the region, companies can better understand shifts in the business landscape.
Japanese stationery brand Kakimori is leaving a paper trail to global success
In an era dominated by digital screens, analog writing has found an unexpected resurgence in Japanese stationery store, Kakimori.
Four ways to ensure you are not left out in the cold when the cold chain breaks
Cold chain disruptions create costly problems for companies and consumers. Here are four ways to mitigate breakage risks.
10 questions to ask before setting up a parcel locker network for your business
With smart parcel lockers increasing in popularity, is it time for your business to establish its own locker network?
Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in  the long run.
Can Vietnam ease the semiconductor chip shortage?
Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in the long run.
Can Vietnam ease the semiconductor chip shortage?
Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in the long run.
In the cold seat: choosing between reefer containers and alternatives
While reefers remain the ultimate cold-chain solution, simpler and cheaper solutions are on the rise to meet changing market needs.
How Industry 4.0 technologies are powering the nearshoring trend worldwide
Nearshoring first gained ground as a way to mitigate disruptions caused by the pandemic and trade tensions. Now technology is driving a long-term shift.
A new normal for ocean freight comes with fresh challenges
Geopolitics is not the only risk to ocean supply chains in the ‘new normal’.
How Hong Kong is positioning itself as Asia’s ecommerce logistics hub
New investments in logistics infrastructure are strengthening Hong Kong’s status as a regional hub and supporting recent growth in intra-Asian trade.
AI In logistics and last-mile delivery
Oliver Facey, Senior Vice President of Global Network Operations Programs at DHL Express, shares how AI is transforming logistics for all businesses.
Back to normal or damp squib?
Optimism for a late peak season has faded after some end-of-summer excitement, but some traders are viewing 2023 as simply a return to normality.
Managing the peak holiday season: Your e-commerce toolkit
Singles Day, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas are all coming soon! Follow our e-commerce toolkit to ensure you are ready for the peak season.
Navigating Southeast Asia’s rise as the ultimate Plus One destination
Southeast Asian countries are capitalizing on local expertise and multilateral trade treaties to leverage new opportunities as a Plus One region.
How Thai plant-seller Plantspath branched out from local roots to global routes
Riding on the Covid gardening boom, here’s how Thai plant seller Plantspath found its way from local nurseries to gardening hobbyists in the United States.
The journey to supply chain excellence begins with optimizing the first mile
As optimizing the first mile becomes a key priority, companies are tapping on digital tools to transform this critical first stage of their deliveries.
How to reach Chinese millennials
China's millennials are driving growth for the country's e-commerce market. Here's how you can make them your customer.
Building supply chain resilience by keeping logistics liquid
As consumer expectations change, so must supply chains. Here’s why more companies are moving towards flexible, asset-light logistics models.
Delivering fresh approaches for supply chain growth with reefer logistics
Carriers are increasingly adopting reefer containers as key supply chain tools to export perishable goods across greater distances.
As regulatory and cost pressures threaten clinical trial supply chains, DHL Supply Chain is tapping into technology to help pharmaceutical manufacturers.
How resilient clinical trial supply chains are driving APAC’s pharma growth
As regulatory and cost pressures threaten clinical trial supply chains, DHL Supply Chain is tapping into technology to help pharmaceutical manufacturers.
How resilient clinical trial supply chains are driving APAC’s pharma growth
As regulatory and cost pressures threaten clinical trial supply chains, DHL Supply Chain is tapping into technology to help pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Are nearshoring strategies finally impacting ocean volumes?
China’s slow recovery is costing the country its market share in some containerized import markets as reshoring and friend-shoring find traction.
Breaking down the resurgence of Breakbulk shipping
Buoyed by the need for industry alternatives, breakbulk shipping is making a resurgence from the background of the maritime industry.
Globalization is the way forward to a secure future for Bangladesh
Embracing broader global integration, trade agreements and participation in value chains is vital for unlocking Bangladesh’s untapped economic potential.