Japanese mid-sized logistics firms expand businesses in Vietnam 14-09-2011 | Vietnam Business News | Vietnam
Japanese mid-sized logistics companies are expanding their distribution networks in Vietnam, a growing market where big players have still not solidified their positions, the Japanese daily Nikkei reported.
Freightage 10% up 06-09-2011 | Ukrinform | Ukraine | notfree
Over 8 months of 2011, 419.2 million tons of cargo was transported, which is 10.2% up against the same period of 2010, the Infrastructure Ministry informed.
Income from freight transportation up 23-08-2011 | BusinessReport | South Africa
Income from freight transportation for June 2011 increased by 6.9% compared with June 2010 to 6.7 billion rand, data released on Monday by Statistics South Africa showed.
Danish firm opens warehouse in capital 22-08-2011 | The Phom Penh Post | Cambodia
Danish logistic giant Damco has opened a 6,000-square-metre warehouse facility in Phnom Penh in response to the Kingdom’s growing importance as an emerging market, the company said in a statement.
Uzbekistan Havo Yollari launches freight transportation division 02-08-2011 | UzDaily | Uzbekistan | notfree
Uzbekistan Havo Yollari (Uzbekistan Airways), national airline of Uzbekistan, created a division on freight transportation under its commercial department, the press service of the airline said.
Slovak companies to create three logistics parks in Ukraine 09-06-2011 | Ukrinform | Ukraine | notfree
The Slovak financial group Arca Capital has signed an agreement with IPEC Group, which foresees the unification of the two companies' efforts in the implementation of three projects in Ukraine - the creation of logistics parks Brovary, Mytnytsia and M05...
Limited logistics hinder growth 15-04-2011 | Vietnam Business News | Vietnam
  Experts have called for the development of the country’s logistics and maritime services to make the economy more competitive and boost global integration.
Sizes of freight and passanger rise 12-04-2011 | Montsame | Mongolia
In the first quarter of 2011, 8.3 million tons freight and 81.6 million passengers at duplicated number were carried by all types of transport; carried freight rose--by 3.3 million tons or 67.3 percent, and carried passengers--by 20.6 million...
Not much time left for Vietnam to develop logistics 09-04-2011 | Vietnam Business News | Vietnam
  Vietnam does not have much more time to improve their logistics services in order to prepare for the stiff competition that will occur when Vietnam has to open the logistics market to foreign companies.
Measures to increase logistics revenue for Vietnamese firms 08-04-2011 | Vietnam Business News | Vietnam
  For developing countries, revenue from logistics services account for about 15 to 20 percent of GDP. For less developed countries, this rate could be over 30 percent. It is currently 25 percent for Vietnam.
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