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Kenya and Uganda: What’s at stake in the recent trade row
The East Africa trade spat could affect the supply of milk and poultry products, raising questions over the future of trade integration in the region.
How a new logistics approach is set to transform APAC’s tire industry
The Covid-19 pandemic might have severely impacted global tire sales but a shared logistics approach looks to transform the industry.
E-commerce boom fuels air cargo demand in Asia
Air cargo demand has reached an all-time high since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, driven largely by an unprecedented growth in e-commerce.
This Hong Kong-born chef shows there are no borders in the world of good food
In pursuit of culinary greatness, chef Grace Choy is tapping on the power of reinvention and efficient logistics to connect the world through food.
Speedy rail coach deliveries crucial for Egypt’s transport infrastructure push
Domestic transportation is high on the Egyptian government’s agenda, with upcoming rail coach deliveries crucial to their plans.
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.
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.
The East Africa trade spat could affect the supply of milk and poultry products, raising questions over the future of trade integration in the region.
Kenya and Uganda: What’s at stake in the recent trade row
The East Africa trade spat could affect the supply of milk and poultry products, raising questions over the future of trade integration in the region.
Kenya and Uganda: What’s at stake in the recent trade row
The East Africa trade spat could affect the supply of milk and poultry products, raising questions over the future of trade integration in the region.
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.
Tough times crafted this female leader
Sue Donoghue, Arab Cluster CEO at DHL Global Forwarding, shares her experiences working in a traditionally male-dominated sector.
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