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Africa’s fastest-growing economy is open for business
Ethiopia was once known for conflict and food insecurity, but thanks to a peace deal with Eritrea and recent reforms, that is now set to change.
Putting innovation into practice
The competition in the logistics industry pushes businesses to continuously innovate and improve current processes, or risk being left behind.
How a tsunami unleashed a wave of compassion
The vivid memory of surviving the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami has inspired Titi Moektijasih to train others in emergency response.
From sea to Seoul
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling
She's the first Saudi female to ever win a Stevie Award for creating equal opportunities for women at the workplace.
How this Malaysian sells used shirts for $1000S
Find out how a young entrepreneur in Kota Bharu turned his hobby of collecting vintage clothing into a cross-border business through e-commerce
DIY logistics is not as easy as it sounds
Trying to juggle logistics alongside other business operations can lead to lost opportunities. There’s a better way to lower costs without risking growth.
India’s GST: 4 things your business needs to do
Businesses in India have to do their due diligence to update their processes following the implementation of India’s GST.
How China’s driving 1M rail freight containers
Is China's Belt and Road merely a good idea? Recent developments suggest that China's ambition is already translating into real benefits for businesses.
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
From sea to Seoul
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
From sea to Seoul
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
5 quick customs lessons for Australian SMEs
Australia's customs clearance regulations can pose challenges for SMEs. Here's how to overcome them in minimal time
Making light work of shipping wind turbines
Renewables are fast gaining popularity, fanning the demand for wind turbines. But transporting them requires high degrees of precision and coordination.
Is a zero-carbon future possible?
A zero carbon future is possible, and combining sustainable technology and employee engagement will give businesses the best shot at that.
4 things putting Asia at the heart of global healthcare
Asia Pacific is home to a burgeoning Life Sciences and Healthcare industry. Here's why the region is giving its competitors’ a run for their money.
Meet the top disruptors of Asia Pacific logistics
What do drones, mobile wallets, and analytics software have in common? They could disrupt the future of logistics unless companies tap them first.
Vietnam: An upcoming e-commerce powerhouse
Vietnam's e-commerce market is on the rise, but many are still wary of online payment. Try offering a seamless online experience while offering flexibility
All eyes on Malaysia for the next e-commerce boom
Malaysia’s e-commerce market is likely to grow rapidly thanks to a range of government stimulus policies. Find out what this means for your business.
Why transport infrastructure is the AEC’s lifeblood
The ASEAN Economic Community is expected to streamline logistics routes, but its transport infrastructure will need to match up to that.
How Nestlé made workplace safety real in Bangladesh
Nestlé is going beyond the warehouse to engage with employees' families when it comes to workplace safety. Find out how this has benefitted the food giant.
Are China’s smaller cities hidden e-commerce gems?
China’s lower-tier cities are starting to outspend their Tier 1 counterparts when it comes to online shopping. But large areas still remain untapped
What’s stopping Australian SMEs from entering Asia?
Asia beckons Australian SMEs with new opportunities, but the fear of the unknown is a hindrance. The only way to get around that is to plunge right in.
Stopping wildlife trafficking in its tracks
Wildlife trafficking is a huge problem, and logistics companies have an opportunity to make a real difference.
What can we really expect from the Belt and Road
China's “Belt and Road”will undoubtedly transform trade in Asia. Steve Huang tells us if its benefits are inflated, and what hurdles there are to cross.
5 tips for business success in China
To the uninitiated, China’s business climate may prove daunting. Here are 5 tips that will help you cut through the noise and right into business.
Renewables are fast gaining popularity, fanning the demand for wind turbines. But transporting them requires high degrees of precision and coordination.
Making light work of shipping wind turbines
Renewables are fast gaining popularity, fanning the demand for wind turbines. But transporting them requires high degrees of precision and coordination.
Making light work of shipping wind turbines
Renewables are fast gaining popularity, fanning the demand for wind turbines. But transporting them requires high degrees of precision and coordination.
Why Thai rice farmers are turning to e-commerce
Does e-commerce represent the future for Thai rice farmers? Find out why many of them have taken their businesses online.
Don’t let electric cars shock your supply chain
Automakers are rising to the supply chain challenges posed by growing demand for electric vehicles.
Australia’s SMEs are taking over the world. Here’s how
Australian SMEs are rapidly gaining ground overseas, and cross-border trade may be experiencing the next wave of growth with business confidence gains.
What Asia’s manufacturing revival means for business
Manufacturing in China and India has grown at a dizzying pace, and intra-Asia trade is expected to grow further as the region invests heavily in local hubs
Struggling to export to India? You’re not alone
India is one of the hardest markets to enter due to its complex customs. But this can be overcome by partnering with companies who already know the market.
Why universal education is everyone’s job
All businesses can play a role in making education universally accessible. And doing so can benefit both the marketplace and the communities we live in.
How reading the fine print can save businesses millions
Expertise in customs may not sound glamorous – but it can deliver huge cost savings. We speak with Customs Consulting experts to find out how.
5 customs tips for taking your business overseas
Customs and regulations are often overlooked when businesses export to new markets. These top tips from an expert may just save you the trouble.
Coordinating aid relief logistics post-cyclone Winston
Logistics play a critical role in the aftermath of natural disasters. Here’s how DHL volunteers use their know-how to distribute aid in any crisis.
Skills over money: Help in humanitarian crises
Rebuilding communities after a natural disaster takes more than just money. Partnering with the public-sector can help businesses meet needs better
Asia’s new trade agreements: What you need to know
A range of new initiatives have begun to shift the dynamics of trade in Asia. This article breaks down the latest trade agreements for your business.
What’s next for e-commerce in Asia?
E-commerce in Asia Pacific is set to grow 29% per year. While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach, innovations can often be adapted across the board.
How India’s GST could clear inter-state bottlenecks
GST could help India revitalize cross-border trade by creating opportunities to streamline logistics, and may transform the very way India trades.
Why businesses can’t ignore Mongolia
Thanks to major infrastructure improvement, Mongolia now offers new opportunities to overseas businesses, making it easier for importers to connect.
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
From sea to Seoul
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
From sea to Seoul
Asia is the second largest market for Norwegian seafood exports. Find out how DHL Global Forwarding races against time to keep it fresh.
Is China past its prime?
China’s economic growth in 2015 was its slowest since the 2009 global financial crisis. Are the country’s best days over?
Is Central Asia the hidden gem in China’s new Silk Road?
Countries in Central Asia along the Belt and Road are set for big gains. But uncovering hidden gem will require overcoming multiple barriers.
Asia’s online shoppers have commitment issues. Here’s why
More than 3 in 4 online shoppers worldwide abandon their shopping carts before checking out. Find out how you can connect with customers beyond that.