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Global supply chain woes deepen after Suez Canal blockage
In March, the six-day-long Suez Canal blockage caused further delays, piling on the pressure for global supply chains.
Ken Lee on investing to bolster e-commerce growth | Video
E-commerce’s trajectory will continue to rise as the way we work and live continues to change. What investments are needed in the logistics sphere?
Shona Joy’s path ahead with e-commerce and sustainability
In 20 years, Sydney fashion brand Shona Joy has weathered the storms that have hit the global fashion industry.
Biologist turned logistician: The Senegalese CEO on a mission
Serigne Ndanck Mbaye first ventured into logistics out of interest. Now, he is at the helm of DHL Global Forwarding in West Africa amid Covid-19.
From decades of unrest to renewed hope for peace: Sudan’s path to recovery
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
In Rwanda, building a knowledge-based economy starts with the youth
The pandemic has slowed Rwanda's growth, but the government and its partners in the private sector remain committed to delivering a brighter future.
DHL Ocean Freight Market Update – April 2021
Find out the latest developments of the global ocean freight market in this monthly analysis by DHL Global Forwarding.
The Ultimate B2B E-Commerce Guide
How should business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce businesses adapt to changing buying behaviors to make the most of cross-border opportunities?
Rethinking disaster response: humanitarian logistics during a pandemic
How DHL’s disaster response volunteers got around a global pandemic to provide aid to those most in need.
Boom amid gloom: Can e-commerce spur Thailand’s economic recovery?
With Thailand’s tourism industry rocked by the fallout from the pandemic, can e-commerce fill its void while the sector recovers?
5 emerging risk trends for global supply chains to watch in 2021
After a turbulent year of Covid-19, supply chains need to quickly mitigate the emerging risks highlighted in a report by Everstream Analytics.
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
From decades of unrest to renewed hope for peace: Sudan’s path to recovery
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
From decades of unrest to renewed hope for peace: Sudan’s path to recovery
Civil wars, floods, sanctions, and the Covid-19 pandemic may have stalled Sudan’s economy, but a new era of change is helping the country move forward.
Congestion, delays, shortages: Ocean supply chain issues to persist in Q2 2021
Schedule reliability takes yet another hit as ocean carriers face long waiting times at ports and prolonged equipment shortages.
Optimism for MEA road freight sector despite bumpy road ahead: Tobias Maier
There are opportunities for the road freight sector in Middle East and Africa (MEA) despite the Covid-19 pandemic, shares Tobias Maier, CEO, Saloodo! MEA.
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.
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