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Data protection and its legal implications on logistics
As supply chains undergo rapid digitalization, data protection has emerged as a key challenge for the logistics sector.
Deep dive: Hokkaido’s scallops reel in billions
Scallops dominated seafood exports for Japan last year, with the country’s northernmost island of Hokkaido netting the bulk of it.
Meet the people manager at the heart of DHL’s award-winning workplace culture
Eva Mattheeussen has been instrumental in transforming DHL Global Forwarding into a top employer in Middle East and Africa.
Global e-commerce is painting a pretty picture for Indian startup PortraitFlip
How one startup is sharing India’s artistic talents with the world through tailored e-commerce solutions and a global logistics network.
Global connectedness strengthens us — we need more of it, not less
John Pearson, CEO, DHL Express, shares how global connectedness makes the world stable and less vulnerable in the current crisis.
Malaysia’s durian exporters see spike in demand from China
A newly inked agreement has opened the doors for frozen, whole Musang King durians from Malaysia to satiate the appetites of durian lovers in China.
From sugarcane economy to business hub
Against all odds, Mauritius has embarked on a remarkable economic transformation to become one of Africa’s biggest success stories today.
5 lessons to learn from Jiangsu’s deadly chemical blast
A fatal explosion at a Chinese chemical plant caused disruptions in chemical supply chains and sparked a strong regulatory response.
How a Singaporean gourmet snack maker made salted egg snacks a global sensation
Salted egg yolk snacks are taking the world’s taste buds by storm, thanks to Singaporean snack company The Golden Duck.
In an era of eco-consciousness, a green supply chain is the future
Consumer demand is pushing companies to not only offer sustainable products but also relook their logistics operations.
IMO 2020: What’s at stake
With the new regulation on low sulfur fuel coming into effect in 2020, how will the logistics industry and its customers be impacted?
The Comprehensive Agreement on Investment aims to increase market access and level the playing field for European businesses in China.
EU-China investment deal: What it means for EU companies in China
The Comprehensive Agreement on Investment aims to increase market access and level the playing field for European businesses in China.
EU-China investment deal: What it means for EU companies in China
The Comprehensive Agreement on Investment aims to increase market access and level the playing field for European businesses in China.
From courier to CEO: Egidio Monteiro’s rise to the top
Starting his logistics journey as a courier proved an important learning experience for Egidio Monteiro, CEO of DHL Global Forwarding Southern Africa.
In the wake of Cyclone Idai, DHL’s Disaster Response Team picks up the pieces
When one of the deadliest storms in Africa hit Mozambique, a group of DHL employee volunteers were among the first to respond to the crisis.
5 ways digital twinning will revolutionize logistics
With unparalleled capabilities to track, monitor, and diagnose assets, digital twinning technologies have the potential to revolutionize logistics.
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