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Amid Covid-19, Australia and New Zealand find support in closer trade ties
The pandemic may have battered exporters in New Zealand and Australia, but many remain optimistic about 2021.
Diversity and digitalization in logistics: leading with head, heart and guts
Eva Mattheeussen, Global Project Lead of ‘Women at DHL Global Forwarding’ shares her lessons and experiences on diversity and leadership.
Full steam ahead for China and Ukraine: Finding opportunity in close links
Relations between China and Ukraine are flourishing, and DHL is establishing better rail connectivity to support the growing partnership.
Ocean supply chains facing ‘unprecedented’ pressure in 2021
Schedule reliability is suffering as ocean carriers struggle with container shortages and sustained demand.
Organic Fijian turmeric is making its way into spice cabinets in the West
Touted for its health benefits, Fiji’s fresh turmeric has been making inroads into the West, thanks to a spice exporter in the country.
Saving Suzie and Bubloo: Endangered bears rescued, rehomed in Jordan sanctuary
After years of campaigning, the infamous Marghazar zoo has been closed for good as DHL rehomes its last residents, two endangered brown bears.
World’s largest trade deal: Who are the winners and losers?
Not all members of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership will get an equal share of the pie.
DHL Ocean Freight Market Update – January 2021
Find out the latest developments of the global ocean freight market in this monthly analysis by DHL Global Forwarding.
Webinar: The key trends affecting MEA's perishables market
This webinar by DHL Global Forwarding looks at the macro forces influencing the way people in the MEA region consume food, and what is changing.
Winning in MEA’s perishables market: Fresh ingredients for food retail success
The MEA region eats and drinks through US$650 billion (€536.2 billion) worth of food and beverages (F&B) annually. What does it take to win in this arena?
Webinar: What are the upcoming key trends for MEA's auto-mobility industries?
This DHL webinar examines how poor urban and transport planning in Africa, coupled with social changes in Saudi Arabia, keeps auto-mobility a hot topic.
Touted for its health benefits, Fiji’s fresh turmeric has been making inroads into the West, thanks to a spice exporter in the country.
Organic Fijian turmeric is making its way into spice cabinets in the West
Touted for its health benefits, Fiji’s fresh turmeric has been making inroads into the West, thanks to a spice exporter in the country.
Organic Fijian turmeric is making its way into spice cabinets in the West
Touted for its health benefits, Fiji’s fresh turmeric has been making inroads into the West, thanks to a spice exporter in the country.
MEA’s auto-mobility challenges fueled by urbanization and social changes
Poor urban and transport planning in Africa, coupled with social changes in Saudi Arabia, means auto-mobility remains a hot topic in the region.
From shock to rebound: What’s next for the MEA’s oil and gas industry?
Few industries went through as much shock in 2020 as the oil and gas sector. We take a closer look at the trajectory for the MEA markets.
Webinar: What are the key trends upcoming for MEA's oil and gas industries?
Few industries went through as much shock in 2020 as the oil and gas sector. DHL’s webinar takes a closer look at the trajectory for the EMEA markets.
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