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DHL Air Freight State of the Industry – June 2021
Find out the latest developments of the global air freight market in this monthly analysis by DHL Global Forwarding.
The resilience of job-hunting youth during the global pandemic
Young people in Asia are anxious about their job prospects as the unemployment rate increases, but most remain resilient as they embark on their careers.
Sustainable mobility: The road to cleaner transport
Industry heavyweights are leading the charge in sustainable mobility from electric trucks to alternatives for aviation fuel.
Global trade resilient amid pandemic, thanks to rapid digitalization, e-commerce
The rise of e-commerce and digitalization during Covid-19 has been a boon for global trade, shares Kelvin Leung, CEO, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific.
Outlook for air freight positive, driven by modal shift from ocean
Disruptions in container shipping and the shrinking cost differential between air and ocean are contributing to a strong, positive air freight outlook.
As peak season inches closer, ocean supply chains remain in disarray
Ocean carriers have failed to meet soaring demand, which continues to outstrip supply and force shippers to consider modal shifts ahead of the peak season.
How Laos is crafting a path to recovery
As the country’s economy contracts for the first time in over two decades, Laos’ wholesale and retail trade could be its best chance at recovery.
Business is spiking for this Thai cactus seller amid a Covid-19 gardening boom
With home gardening surging in popularity during lockdowns, Thai cactus nursery Cactus Inter is laying the groundwork to sustain interest beyond Covid-19.
New possibilities brewing for Papua New Guinea coffee with express logistics
Patrick Killoran, founder of Banz Kofi from Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea, talks about the brand's values and growth vision in partnership with DHL Express
DHL Ocean Freight Market Update – July 2021
Find out the latest developments of the global ocean freight market in this monthly analysis by DHL Global Forwarding.
Against Covid-19 headwinds, Western Cape exporters hold their own
Exporters in South Africa’s Western Cape fared well amid Covid-19, but only government support and improvements in logistics will ensure continued success.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to turn up in fresh waves, DHL has outlined 10 steps to prepare supply chains to support the quick rollout of vaccines.
To win the race against Covid-19, enabling access to vaccinations is key
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to turn up in fresh waves, DHL has outlined 10 steps to prepare supply chains to support the quick rollout of vaccines.
To win the race against Covid-19, enabling access to vaccinations is key
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to turn up in fresh waves, DHL has outlined 10 steps to prepare supply chains to support the quick rollout of vaccines.
On the brink of an economic crisis, Turkey plots the course for a new normal
As with almost all countries, Covid-19 hit Turkey’s economy badly. What was their game plan that led to a rebound?
MSMEs survived Covid-19 with e-commerce. Now it’s time to thrive
Embracing e-commerce at the onset of the pandemic helped MSMEs pull through the crisis, but more needs to be done to sustain growth in the long term.
Small but connected: How Singapore stands its ground as a global logistics hub
Despite the pandemic, Singapore has strengthened its status as a global logistics hub thanks to its unparalleled global connectivity.
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