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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.
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?
Asia’s appetite for fresh Australian produce
A surge in cross-border e-commerce, improved logistics, and bilateral trade agreements are cementing Australia’s status as a leader in fresh food exports.
How a Hong Kong start-up thrives in an age of individualism
Creative collaborations and bold expansion plans have set Hong Kong start-up CASETiFY on the road to be the world's fastest-growing tech accessories brand.
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.
One small step for mankind, one giant leap for logistics
From its humble beginnings in 1969 to a worldwide logistics network today, the DHL brand has become a household name in just 50 years.
Vision 2030: The future of logistics in Saudi Arabia
For decades, Saudi Arabia has banked on oil and gas to build the largest economy in the Middle East. This may change going forward.
A new spring for Egypt
Years on from the Arab Spring, and after the introduction of many economic reforms, Egypt is experiencing a new spring that promises new opportunities.
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.
Sialkot, the little-known capital of sporting goods
With a population of just over 650,000, the small city in northeastern Pakistan has honed its reputation as a quality sporting goods manufacturer.