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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.
5 new e-commerce trends emerging amid the Covid-19 pandemic
Covid-19 is affecting shopping habits everywhere, but what does that mean for the future of e-commerce businesses?
Delivering disaster aid in Africa and the Middle East
DHL's disaster response volunteers tell of their experiences delivering aid to communities struck by natural disasters in the Middle East and Africa.
Timeline: How Australia’s beef with China is edging toward a trade war
Australia and China are on the brink of a trade war. But when exactly did the tensions begin, and why?
The digital revolution of freight forwarding: Not a matter of if, but when
In the era of digitalization, freight forwarders need to keep pace with the latest technologies that elevate the customer experience.
UbuntuConnect: A dedicated 100-ton weekly air freight conduit of PPE from China
Both Africa and the Middle East are facing the twin threats of potential mass Covid-19 outbreaks, but the timely launch of UbuntuConnect will help.
Problems mount on the ground as air freight braces for turbulence
With a global recession looming, the air freight industry has to cope with a more pressing problem: the severe cargo capacity crunch during this pandemic.
Low sulfur surcharges spark debate as container lines look to limit losses
IMO 2020 fuel surcharges are back in the spotlight as container lines shore up spot freight rates to minimize financial losses caused by the pandemic.
The fight against counterfeit medical supplies in the face of a pandemic
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a rise in counterfeit medical supplies and personal protective equipment being transported in the supply chain.
Australia’s new air freight network to boost agriculture and fishery exports
Australia’s new air freight network will help exporters re-establish global supply chains for its agricultural products, as well as import much needed PPE
5 Asia-Pacific countries charging ahead with electric vehicles
With these leaders driving change, bold moves are paving the way for cleaner, more accessible transport.
As Indonesia recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic that has disrupted global trade, can free trade agreements offer its exporters a welcome boost?
Indonesia eyes FTA negotiations to shore up post-pandemic economy
As Indonesia recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic that has disrupted global trade, can free trade agreements offer its exporters a welcome boost?
Indonesia eyes FTA negotiations to shore up post-pandemic economy
As Indonesia recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic that has disrupted global trade, can free trade agreements offer its exporters a welcome boost?
Covid-19: What companies can do to mitigate supply chain disruptions
In dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak, many countries have resorted to restrictions that could potentially upend companies’ supply chains.
This homegrown Thai eyewear brand is eyeing success in Hollywood
Thai artisan eyewear company Jida Watt, which is run by its founder and chief designer Jidapa Watsotok, is fast leaving its mark on the fashion scene.
Why mentoring youth can aid economic growth
Mentorship and career guidance for young people in developing countries often bring positive long-term impact to national economies.
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