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The latest global trends and developments shaping the future of logistics

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3 tips for Japanese SMEs dreaming big
There’s still more room for SMEs in Japan to grow by leveraging on e-commerce, manufacturing regionally, and expanding into new services.
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.
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.
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.
Don’t let electric cars shock your supply chain
Automakers are rising to the supply chain challenges posed by growing demand for electric vehicles.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Putting innovation into practice
The competition in the logistics industry pushes businesses to continuously innovate and improve current processes, or risk being left behind.
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