Category: Logistics

Singapore’s $14 Billion Mega-Port Takes Aim at Shipping Chaos

As the world’s economies struggle to untangle unprecedented congestion in global supply chains, one of the world’s busiest ports is backing an ambitious modernization plan...

Southeast Asia, Latin America Set to Gain in Post-Pandemic Supply Chains

Companies across the world are re-examining their sources for many kinds of goods because of supply issues linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many businesses – from...

China delivers world’s largest 24,000 TEU container ship

The world’s largest container ship, the first of its kind made by China, was delivered on Wednesday in the coastal city of Shanghai. The Ever...

Korean truckers end strike – but supply chains remain seriously disrupted

Following an eight-day strike, South Korean truckers went back to work today after hammering out an agreement with the government just before midnight. The source...

Why India holds the key to global rice market outlook

India’s surprise decision to ban wheat exports has raised concerns about potential curbs on rice exports as well, prompting rice traders to step up...

Google harnesses Maps data as it enters last mile market

In an inefficient, costly and yet vital piece of the supply chain, Google saw an opportunity to capitalize on the capabilities of its Maps...

How Russia’s blockade of Ukraine’s ports has rattled global supply chains

After weeks of disruption in the economic activity due to the Russian invasion, Ukraine’s biggest port Odessa may see a slim path towards trade...

Supply chains in Asia shaken but unshattered

A range of factors have helped Asia’s supply chains weather the COVID-19 pandemic better than those in other parts of the world. But vigilance...

South Korea looks to break China import dependence and establish ‘supply chain alliances’

The world’s No 2 economy is by far South Korea’s largest trading partner, accounting for 25 per cent of total trade last year, followed...

U.S., Europe race to improve food supply chains after India bans wheat exports

The United States and the European Union are looking at how to improve food supply chains with export restrictions from India and other nations...
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