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Logistical planning crucial for first wave of Covid-19 vaccines to reach Asia
DHL’s recent delivery of the first batch of Covid-19 vaccines to Singapore is a good roadmap for what could come next.
Next day delivery of durian could help supercharge Malaysian durian exports
With durian demand remaining high despite the Covid-19 pandemic, exporters find next-day delivery services like DHL’s new Durian Express useful.
Behind the scenes of the world’s largest single-site solar energy project
As the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park takes shape, DHL Global Forwarding is playing a key role in transporting breakbulk cargo for the project.
The 10 most-read Logistics of Things stories of 2020
As we approach the end of 2020, we look back at our most popular stories published on Logistics of Things this year.
A mammoth move: How DHL helped to rescue “the world’s loneliest elephant”
The logistics that moved Kaavan the Asian elephant from his barren enclosure in a Pakistan Zoo to a Cambodian wildlife sanctuary with others of his kind.
Shopping for business logistics solutions: what to consider for e-commerce IT
Supply chain IT systems expert Noel Singgih outlines three steps to running a smooth e-commerce business.
Timeline: How UK and EU are redefining their post-Brexit trade relationship
Almost a year after leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom is still negotiating its post-Brexit relationship with the trading bloc.
The business of Christmas: How e-Commerce is saving retailers this holiday
The seemingly inexorable rise of Black Friday has made the commercial opportunity of the festive season start earlier – and last longer – than ever before.
Battered by Covid-19, tourism-reliant Fiji fights to stay afloat
Fiji’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic hinges on the return of tourism and maintaining the island nation’s regional and global connectivity.
EU businesses remain bullish on ASEAN but are eager to see change
European companies want to see accelerated trade talks and faster economic unification within ASEAN.
Fewer barriers, more trade: How the new GoTrade program will help Africa’s SMEs
As African SMEs grapple with the impact of Covid-19, the new sustainability program by DPDHL Group may be the answer to survival and sustainable growth.
Almost a year after leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom is still negotiating its post-Brexit relationship with the trading bloc.
Timeline: How UK and EU are redefining their post-Brexit trade relationship
Almost a year after leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom is still negotiating its post-Brexit relationship with the trading bloc.
Timeline: How UK and EU are redefining their post-Brexit trade relationship
Almost a year after leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom is still negotiating its post-Brexit relationship with the trading bloc.
Australia open for business despite Covid-19, says DHL’s Gary Edstein
How have Australia and its businesses coped with the Covid-19 pandemic? Logistics of Things speaks with Gary Edstein from DHL Express to learn more.
After battling Covid-19, New Zealand is now ready for an economic comeback
New Zealand held off two waves of Covid-19, and is now embarking on its next steps for an economic recovery driven by local businesses.
China’s Golden Week is over. What happens next for ocean freight?
Ocean freight demand has remained high up till China’s Golden Week holiday, but will it last?
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