Duba-bound ro-ro vessel capsizes off Egypt

Logistics Middle East

The Egyptian ro-ro cargo vessel Taba capsized in the Red Sea 20 nautical miles from Safaga Port due to her cargo shifting

Egypt 52

Dubai-bound ro-ro vessel capsizes off Egypt

Logistics Middle East

The Egyptian ro-ro cargo vessel Taba capsized in the Red Sea 20 nautical miles from Safaga Port due to her cargo shifting

Egypt 43

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Logistics Execs Split on Outcome of NAFTA Talks

Material Handling and Logistics

The Index, in its ninth year, ranks 50 emerging markets countries by factors that make them attractive to logistics providers, freight forwarders, shipping lines, air cargo carriers and distributors. 25, second largest increase after Egypt, which climbs six spots. The countries improving their infrastructure and transport connections most were India, Indonesia, Turkey, Egypt, Iran, Pakistan, Argentina and Bangladesh.

This Week in Logistics News (November 4-8, 2013)

Talking Logistics

” Back in February 2010, I wrote a report highlighting how the MENA region is a growth opportunity for companies across many vertical industries, with countries such as United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt leading the way. Forget cloud, social, and mobile. Forget WMS and TMS. Forget BI and analytics. As was confirmed for me yet again this week at a conference, the most utilized supply chain and logistics application, the reigning champ of them all, is the Excel spreadsheet.

The Rise of China-Africa Trade: Why Transportation and Logistics Should be Front and Center

Supply Chain Nation

A brief look at the China-Africa trade suggests that while Chinese imports from Africa are focused on resource-rich countries (such as South Africa, Nigeria, Egypt, Sudan, Algeria and Liberia), Chinese exports, in the form of cheap manufactured goods are more widespread across the continent, with machinery making up the biggest chunk at roughly 30 percent. Logistics planners would readily tell you that this is not a surprise; such imbalances are a reality in the cargo industry.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Interesting Facts & Financial Breakdown of the Global Logistics Market

Cerasis

Since the construction of the pyramids in ancient Egypt, logistics has made remarkable strides. Examples of this fundamental progress include the invention of the sea cargo container and the creation of novel service systems during the 20th century.

Global 263