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Mexico – The Race for E-commerce Dominance Starts with Logistics

When one reads about Mexico, it’s typically in relationship with the US and NAFTA. Indeed, the country has long been known as an outsourced manufacturing location for primarily the US market and in fact, upwards of 80% of its exports are destined to the US. However, there’s much more to Mexico. A rising middle class […]

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Supermarkets and Crowd-Sourced Delivery

Guest contributor, Ian Kerr of Postal Hub Podcast, shares his latest blog post with us. Be sure to check out all the podcasts and articles on Ian’s website.     In Australia, a major supermarket chain has announced that it will use crowd-sourced delivery platform UberRUSH for same-day grocery deliveries. Partnerships between supermarkets and crowd-sourced […]

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What do Shippers Want Most from a Cross-Border E-Commerce Solution?

Expectations for cross-border e-commerce are high as research companies such as Forrester predict a compound annual growth rate of 17% between 2017 and 2022 as compared with 12% growth for overall B2C e-commerce. Forrester further predicts that cross-border purchases will comprise 20% of all worldwide e-commerce in 2022, with sales of $627 billion and China […]

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Cross-Border e-Commerce Drives Airfreight Demand

By all accounts it appears a renaissance is underway in the global airfreight market. IATA’s 2017 data through April indicates a simple average freight tonne kilometer (FTK) growth of over 9.0% while available freight tonne kilometer (AFTK) average growth of just shy of 3.0%. With May data due soon, Cargo Facts anticipates double digit growth. […]

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Alibaba and JD – The Next Generation of Global Logistics Leaders?

Growth in China’s small parcel market continued its break-neck speed in 2016 as the country’s State Post Bureau reported a 51.4%, 31.28 billion, increase in deliveries for the year. In terms of revenue, the Chinese government agency noted the sector generated about USD $57.58 billion in revenue, up 43.5% from 2016. The State Post Bureau’s […]

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Amazon Logistics – Primed and Growing

“We’re spreading a lot of the Prime benefits that we see in North America to other countries.” Indeed, this statement seemed to be the theme of Amazon’s first quarter 2017 earnings call. To meet the needs of this expansion of Prime benefits, Amazon’s logistics services are also expanding. During first quarter, Amazon announced the follow […]

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What does the Amazon Acquisition of Souq Mean?

Amazon has agreed to buy the Middle East’s version of Amazon – – in a deal worth more than $650 million. Souq, based in Dubai, was established in 2005 as an online auction site but switched to a marketplace with fixed prices and retail website in 2011. It operates throughout the Middle East and […]

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