March – April 2015


Market Moves

  • CONNECTING TO COMPETE

    Indonesiaʼs new government urgently needs to improve its logistics performance if it wants to succeed in attracting foreign direct investment and boosting economic growth, writes MICHAEL KING.... Read More

Handling & Storage

  • WHAT INDONESIA’S RISE MEANS TO LSP

    With the immense opportunities opening up in Southeast Asiaʼs largest economy, Indonesia is now ready for a major take off in the logistics segment. By HARI KRISHNAN.... Read More
  • TRUCKING, PALLETS AND CHANGING REGULATIONS

    The practicalities of moving freight across Asiaʼs borders by truck are improving and we expect to see growing levels of containerised sea freight move to land based road transport, reports DAVID EDWARDS.... Read More

INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT

Industry News

C-Level Conversation

  • LOGISTICS: ALSO A WOMAN’S WORLD

    When you think of truck drivers, the postman or supply chain specialists, it is easy to assume that men occupy a majority of roles in the logistics industry. However, current trends in some parts of the sector show signs of change. Increasingly women are fl ipping the gender stereotypes and taking up positions in the logistics and transport fi elds, off ering additional perspectives and skills to complement their male counterparts. Logistics Insight Asia asked fi ve women leaders about their journey through the tough and dynamic logistics industry. Here are the excerpts:... Read More

CEO SERIES

Software & Systems

Strategy & Business

  • EVOLUTION OF THE 3PL SECTOR AND BIRTH OF 4PL

    No one 3PL has a complete global network. For brand names there is a need to identify, evaluate, manage and benchmark performance of their logistics service provider, a role that a 4PL can fulfi l. By PAUL MOONEY.... Read More

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