Demand for distribution centers and warehouses in Asia is set to climb as firms reappraise supply chains, increase inventories, and diversify into other countries after the disruption caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
01 Jun 2020
A collapse in US exports of scrap paper and forest products due to tariffs, environmental restrictions, and slowing economies in receiving countries is expected to continue this year due to the effects of the COVID-19 crisis.
06 Mar 2020
Dutch heavy transport carrier Roll Group is looking to take advantage of the growing Asian offshore decommissioning and fabrication markets with a new facility at Bintan Island.
11 Jun 2019
China’s apparel exports to the US are so far proving to be immune from the tariff war, while Vietnam’s market share for Asia-sourced clothing to the US is on a slow but steady climb.
02 Aug 2018
As of now, scrap/agriculture exporters and ocean carriers are in two parallel universes concerning whether space exists on ships heading to Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
01 Mar 2018
RCL said improving economic conditions in Europe and the United States as well as throughout Asia, along with growth in exports from Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore to China, in particular, render brighter future prospects for the shipping industry, despite overcapacity.
04 Jan 2018
As the third decade of globalization nears, Indonesia has several characteristics that shippers and business interests find attractive.
29 Dec 2017
A key, new container shipping partnership will commence operations in 2018's first quarter, and it will affect the intra-Asia supply-demand equation.
21 Jul 2017
The government wants to develop a high capacity, low unit cost shipping network.
22 Jun 2017
Inefficient operations at Tanjung Priok and regular traffic around the port adds significant costs to supply chains.
05 Jun 2017
German carrier Hapag-Lloyd has become the second liner operator this month to impose a booking cancellation fee after CMA CGM.
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