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Easing in the Diesel Supply Ahead

09.01.2018

Oil prices were unable to maintain the high level they presented at the beginning of the year, of well above USD 50 per barrel. Accordingly, diesel prices are also most ten percent lower than those quoted during the winter. Source: News


The Transportation Revolution Is Not Here … Yet

09.01.2018

Biofuel programs seek to reduce carbon emissions and certain criteria air pollutants, but they also serve to support the continued use of internal combustion engines. Greenhouse gas reduction and fuel economy programs similarly target overall reduced emissions, but do not in themselves change how consumers move from point A to point B. Bans and limitations […]


Sea container imports seen growing 7 percent in 2017, NRF-Hackett report says.

09.01.2018

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FedEx opens new cargo hub at Shanghai Pudong International Airport

09.01.2018

FedEx Express (FedEx) has opened a new international express and cargo center in Shanghai, expanding its operational strength for customers in Asia Pacific. Source: News


Port Tracker report is bullish about 2017 U.S. retail container import growth

08.01.2018

Port Tracker expects December to come in at 1.6 million TEU, which would mark a 2.6% annual gain, with all of 2017 pegged at 20.1 million TEU. This would mark a new all-time record, ahead of 2016’s 18.8 million TEU by 7%. What’s more, 2017 included five of only seven months on record to reach […]


Emerging market 2018 outlook

08.01.2018

The Templeton Emerging Markets Group team highlight areas of potential opportunity. Source: News


Schiphol set for 5.4% cargo rise in 2017 despite freighter slots row

08.01.2018

Amsterdam's Schiphol airport saw 2017 full year cargo volume grow by 5.4% to 1.75m tonnes over prior year, according to preliminary traffic and transport figures issued by the Royal Schiphol Group. The forecast increase comes as Europe's third largest cargo airport by volume awaits the… Source: News


Types of Risks Impacting Supply Chains in 2018

08.01.2018

Risks can be categorized into three broad areas such as natural catastrophes, man-made and economic. Source: News


The Amazon Supply Chain: The Most Innovative in the World?

08.01.2018

Is the Amazon supply chain the most innovative in the world?  A very strong argument can be made that it is just based on their activities of the last year. The post The Amazon Supply Chain: The Most Innovative in the World? appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints. Source: News


Arizona airport targets Mexican e-commerce traffic with new cargo facility

08.01.2018

Plans have been revealed for the development of a cargo facility housing a joint US-Mexican Customs post at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport as it targets e-commerce traffic between the two countries. Arizona governor Doug Ducey announced that SkyBridge Arizona planned to open the country’s first… Source: News


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