BDP International

BDP International is a privately owned, global logistics and transportation services company. It manages all aspects of the international order execution process, including data, information, and logistics services associated with import or export shipments. Its services include real-time online tools for visibility, fleet management, vendor-relationship and purchase-order management.

25 Sep 2014
BDP International (India) and its long-time local partner Unique Global Logistics have approved a merger agreement between the two parties, allowing the Philadelphia-based logistics group to consolidate its operations in the country.
This colorized infrared image from the Suomi NPP satellite shows Typhoon Utor on August 11th at 4:30 (UTC). It made landfall in the Philippines later that day. Source: NASA/NOAA.
14 Aug 2013
Typhoon Utor is causing transport chaos as southern China and Hong Kong prepare for the impact of heavy rain, strong winds and waves of up to 10 meters later today.
27 Jun 2013
BDP International will continue to target growth in Asia’s fastest growing markets and expects much of its volume expansion to be linked to rising intra-Asia movements and increased supply chain complexity.
20 May 2013
Slow-steaming by shipping lines and the reduction of currency and supply chain risks will spur more original equipment ma
29 Apr 2013
Dockworker unions at the heart of a five-week strike at the Port of Hong Kong hinted they might downgrade pay demands, providing the government with some hope that talks scheduled for Tuesday may yield an agreement.
25 Apr 2013
Shipping lines will do whatever is required to support ocean freight rates at profitable levels this year, according to e
02 May 2012
BDP International will expand its operations in western and northern China later this year.
02 Feb 2012
Indonesian exports in 2011 rose 29 percent year-over-year to $204 billion, as Southeast Asia’s largest economy taps manufacturers' shift of production away from disaster-affected Thailand and Ja
02 Jun 2011
Shippers are adjusting to slow-steaming by ocean carriers but want carriers to use some of the savings to reduce freight rates and improve customer service, according to a survey of 290 logistics exec