October 10th in World Economy by .

Good News: More Jobs In US

President Obama sent Congress long-pending free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama on 3rd October. As a result, this agreements will create thousands of jobs and boost the economy by billions of dollars.

April 12th in 3PL, Logistics, News by .

Some More Updates On 3PL New / Renewed Contracts

It is hard to believe that first quarter of this new year has already come and gone, and here are some of the updates on the new / renewal contracts for 3PL.

January 27th in Economy, World Economy by .

Global Economic Growth in 2011

According to IMF’s two flagship, the World Economic Outlook (WEO) and the Global Financial Stability Report (GFSR), showing that the world is in a two-speed economic recovery, with advanced economies still recovering slowly and emerging markets and even some low-income countries relatively buoyant.

December 21st in Shipping by .

International Cargo Centre Shenzhen Received its First Authentication Plate

International Cargo Centre Shenzhen Received its Authentication Plate from Lufthansa Cargo as the first qualified air cargo terminal for this program in China. PSS is an authentication that expands Lufthansa Cargo’s successful implemented safety system.

May 6th in World Economy by .


Making an in depth study and analysis of India vs. China economy seems to be a very hard task. Both India and China rank among the front runners of global economy and are among the world’s most diverse nations.

May 4th in Shipping by .

Maersk Sells Stake in Yantian Terminal for US$520m

China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company, (COSCO)  Pacific subsidiary to pay $520 million for interest in Yantian.

A.P. Moller-Maersk agreed to sell its stake in the Yantian container terminal in China to a subsidiary of China’s COSCO Pacific for $520 million, the company said Thursday.

May 4th in Shipping by .

Vietnam Forges Closer Ties with Ningbo in China

Mayor Mao Guanglie of Ningbo, China underlined the city’s potential for working closer with Vietnam in industry, manufacturing and container ports at a Vietnamese-Chinese trade and economic forum in Ningbo, Thai News Service reported.

May 2nd in 3PL by .

UPS Operates Shenzhen Hub; Completes Worldport Expansion

United Parcel Service (UPS) has activated two ultra-modern air hubs on opposite sides of the globe, expanding the infrastructure of the world’s most extensive air freight and package network.

April 27th in Shipping by .

India Aims to Become World’s Fastest Growing Economy.

India — Just how fast can India grow?

It’s been driven by a record rebound in manufacturing, spurred in part by government stimulus, which has led India out of the Great Recession faster than many imagined possible.

April 26th in Road by .

Siemens Transfers more Shipments to Rail

Under contract to Siemens, DB Schenker Rail has started to transport bogies manufactured in Graz from Passau to Hamburg. From there, they will continue by ship to China, where they are to be installed in high-speed passenger trains.
The shipments are expected to continue until August 2011. During this period, a total of 1,440 bogies will be shipped by single car transportation on 700 freight cars. Until now, bogies were transported by truck. By transferring …

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