Covid-19 presented a logistical challenge for an industry off the beaten track.
Global factors, including further Covid-19 restrictions in China, will continue to put a damper on the supply chain.
Ports will remain a bottleneck in the supply chain, with capacity and reliability only likely to stabilize later in this year or next.
Ahead of the next peak season in the pandemic, DHL and Sendle share their experiences and lessons from navigating e-commerce amid Covid-19.
Tokyo’s professional wresting paradise put up a fight against global travel and shipping restrictions with stronger e-commerce logistics.
Young people in Asia are anxious about their job prospects as the unemployment rate increases, but most remain resilient as they embark on their careers.
The rise of e-commerce and digitalization during Covid-19 has been a boon for global trade, shares Kelvin Leung, CEO, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific.
As the country’s economy contracts for the first time in over two decades, Laos’ wholesale and retail trade could be its best chance at recovery.
With home gardening surging in popularity during lockdowns, Thai cactus nursery Cactus Inter is laying the groundwork to sustain interest beyond Covid-19.
Exporters in South Africa’s Western Cape fared well amid Covid-19, but only government support and improvements in logistics will ensure continued success.