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Oct 24, 2014

ICT is the proverbial level playing field today. Every company in the logistics industry now has access to the same standard software. Does that eliminate the need for a CIO? During the Amsterdam Logistics CIO Forum in November 17-18 we'll discuss turning data into value for supply chain and logistics and the future role of the CIO.

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Reports and Analysis

A Quick Glance Into The Logistics Market -...

Oct 30, 2014

Georgia Logistics compiles a monthly set of facts and figures regarding the Logistics Markets. We selected a few facts to share with you

Strategically Managing Your Spend: An Infographic

Oct 13, 2014

Looking strategically at supply chains can lead to more complex questions than when looking for short term, easy to achieve savings. However, while...

Executive Insights

Gasrec highlight benefits of ‘eco-friendly’ fuels...

Jan 28, 2014

Experts from Gasrec will be addressing European transport executives on key issues relating to the use of bio-fuels in transport and logistics - and...

Port of Rotterdam announces 7% revenue growth

Apr 11, 2012

For the full year 2011, the Port of Rotterdam Authority has announced revenues of €588m, a 7% increase compared to 2010. The port authority...

Features and Opinion

Solid Numbers Warm Early Arctic Blast

Dec 1, 2014

John Wagner Jr. oversees the upcoming holiday shopping season in regards of retail sales opportunities, online shopping and industrial production,...

Sorting the Landscape by Land, Rail and Sea

Nov 5, 2014

Have a look at John Wagner’s perspective on the economy and today’s logistics landscape trends: Land, Rail and Sea.

North America

M2M set to surpass RFID and bar-codes as a tool...

Sep 18, 2014

A new report published by leading supply chain and logistics business intelligence and networking company eft (eyefortransport) and AT&T has...

How the Bakken Oil Boom Impacts U.S. Supply Chains

Aug 28, 2014

Industry expert Jason Craig illustrates through the Bakken oil boom of North Dakota the impact of the oil and gas industry on freight transportation...

Europe

Winners of this year’s European 3PL Awards...

Nov 19, 2014

Year on year eft aims to recognise the 3PLs that continuously excel in logistics operations and provide superior service to their customers.

TNT steps up services in Europe with new air...

Nov 12, 2014

TNT is stepping up its services in Europe with the construction of a new international depot in Eindhoven (Netherlands) and the start of air services...

South America

Brazil: The Road Better Taken?

Sep 19, 2014

Brazil’s performance in the 2014 Emerging Markets survey mirrors real life – a dividing narrative is pitching Brazil’s potential against its failure...

Mexico Tries To Open Its Rail Industry To...

Feb 19, 2014

Once again, the Mexican government is ruffling feathers as it tries to modernize and open industries to competition and investment.

Middle East/Africa

Geodis Wilson wins long-term contract with...

Sep 24, 2013

The Industrial Projects division of international freight forwarder Geodis Wilson secured a new 3-year contract with Caracal Energy Inc. (“Caracal...

CMA CGM upgrades its West Med – Morocco service

Apr 11, 2012

CMA CGM and its Moroccan subsidiary, COMANAV, have announced the upgrade of their West Med – Morocco service.

Asia-Pacific

Frost & Sullivan to Speak at the Asia Pacific...

Oct 13, 2014

Frost & Sullivan’s Global Vice President, Transportation & Logistics Practice, Mr. Gopal R will be speaking at the 2014 Asia Pacific 3PL and...

Volkswagen begins construction of Indian...

Apr 17, 2012

The Volkswagen Group has announced it has begun construction of a new parts distribution centre (PDC) in Gurgaon, India.

Latin America

Hapag-Lloyd and CSAV Merger One Step Closer

Nov 10, 2014

Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence (CADE) has given an unconditional clearance to the proposed merger of the container shipping...