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Pharma Market Remains Attractive But Can it Save the Air Cargo Market?

Logistics Trends and Insights

As the air cargo market continues to experience downward pressures, carriers, airports, and air freight forwarders are once again turning towards niche industry solutions to help not only jumpstart declining volumes but also revenues. The pharmaceutical industry has been of particular interest to the air cargo market for years. Regulatory requirements, special handling and the value of such goods have attracted logistics and transport providers alike.

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Doing Business in Italy

QAD

Border countries include Austria, France, Vatican City, San Marino, Slovenia and Switzerland. Manufacturing in Italy. Italy is the second largest manufacturing country in Europe, behind Germany. Supply Chain Infrastructure for Manufacturing.

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Latest Software Releases from BluJay Offer New Capabilities to Further Support Frictionless Global Trade

BluJay Solutions

of its transportation, distribution, and global trade software applications. Enhanced reporting and routing for forwarders – BluJay’s Transportation Management for Forwarders users will find enhanced reporting capabilities integrated via the dashboard in BluIQ.

This Week in Logistics News (November 18-22, 2013)

Talking Logistics

TomTom launches toll reporting to help transport companies manage costs. Port truck drivers on West Coast protest costs, working conditions ( Cargo Business News ). In 3PL news, XPO Logistics announced that it has acquired Optima Service Solutions, LLC, “a leading non-asset provider of last-mile logistics services for major retailers and manufacturers in the United States” for $26.6 By now, most companies should have their transportation budgets in place for 2014.

Three Months after Tianjin, the Area is Still Reeling.

Elementum

China’s Tianjin port suffered a devastating explosion in August which left many manufacturers, insurers and shipping supply chains crippled. New productions are also in line in Slovakia, Austria and Brazil. Additionally, JLR invested £450m in its British engine manufacturing center, which can help bridge the gap between production and demand. Reinsurance broker Guy Carpenter predicted huge losses for insurance companies, which puts covered manufacturing firms at greater risk.

This Week in Logistics News (March 27 – April 3)

Logistics Viewpoints

Specifically, the top countries most impacted by the Suez Canal blockage include the UK, Germany, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, and Austria. Spring brings about a plethora of annual traditions.

The Great Maersk Shift

Freightos

Maersk would split into two divisions – a Transport & Logistics division, and an energy division. Meanwhile, the golden child – Transport & Logistics – charted three pillars for growth: Product offering and customer experience.

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