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Air freight solutions alleviate Suez diversions
Air cargo solutions are proving invaluable as delivery times rise due to attacks on shipping on the route to the Suez Canal.
A tale of two canals
War in the Middle East and El Nino are disrupting global shipping.
Moving memories worldwide to commemorate Korean War Armistice’s 70th anniversary
The United Nations Peace Memorial engaged veterans and their families to share their experiences and memorabilia from the Korean War.
The cold truth about transporting and storing pharmaceutical products
Innovations in cold chain systems are helping to preserve life-saving pharmaceutical products.
Six major trends in healthcare supply chains
We can see all the signs of a healthcare sector in transition, but what do they mean for logistics?
Device lifecycle management: The key to working from home productively
As hybrid work becomes the norm, device lifecycle management will have to keep up with workplace changes to ensure operational success.
How can China maintain its global relevancy amidst diversification?
China’s reopening sparks optimism for global trade, offering significant opportunities for businesses in a dynamically recovering market.
Is Asia export recovery underway?
Given the late demand surge at the end of the season, some experts are hopeful that e-commerce demand will propel markets into 2024.
AI-powered IoT devices stand on the edge of change
Edge AI, a new wave of artificial intelligence that taps edge computing to speed up data processing, is transforming the digital economy – and our lives.
Smart Printables: What the future of smart labels means for logistics
Exciting innovations are enabling new possibilities for smart labels.
Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in  the long run.
Can Vietnam ease the semiconductor chip shortage?
Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in the long run.
Can Vietnam ease the semiconductor chip shortage?
Vietnam, previously the site of key supply chain bottlenecks, might offer hope to end the chip shortage in the long run.
Exports to Japan: a guide to doing business in Japan
Get our free guide to exporting to the world's third largest economy.
How cross-docking is transforming last-mile delivery dynamics
By optimizing last-mile operations, cross-docking distribution is helping many businesses gain the competitive edge of speed in delivery.
Travel revival is fueling economic recovery and reshaping supply chains in Asia
By understanding the resilience of people flows across the region, companies can better understand shifts in the business landscape.