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    For Titi Moektijasih, the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami still remains vivid in her memory. Find out how she is using her experience to train others in emergency response.

  2. Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market

    Seoul: Where Asia’s seafood meets

    Consumer demand for luxury seafood is stronger than ever, and South Korea is the ideal gateway for Norweigan seafood to reach the rest of Asia.

  3. From sea to Seoul

    The unique supply chain of fresh seafood from Norway to Seoul begins in the small fishing village of Veidnes in northern Norway.

  4. Breaking the Saudi glass ceiling

    History was made when Saudi Arabia lifted the driving ban for women, but individuals like Reema Al Sadlan have long been leading the way for gender equality in the workplace.

  5. Hanan Asyraf, a clean-cut mid-20s man in simple t-shirt and jeans, holding a plain blue t-shirt from the used clothing he purchases in bulk.

    How this Malaysian sells used shirts for $1000s

    With the speed and accuracy he ships orders to customers worldwide, they wouldn’t guess Hanan Asyraf runs his e-commerce business from a remote Malaysian village.

  6. Young Asian woman labelling parcels, chewing pen in concentration

    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.

  7. Young Asian woman leaning back on shelf of parcels, holding a parcel casually in front of her and smiling at camera

    How delivery options can change the game for

    Fast, reliable delivery options can win over even the most troublesome of customers.

  8. Japanese small business owner at the counter of his denim shop, using tablet to check orders

    How to start your first cross-border online

    Online tools and reliable delivery services can take the hassle out of expanding beyond borders.

  9. Aerial view of shipping containers stacked at port

    Why Freight Rates May Rise Further

    Industry consolidation and rising demand have put an end to the days of free capacity.