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com)-- Growth in international trade is providing huge impetus to the demand for freight forwarding in India.
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) is joining forces with offshore logistics and freight forwarding specialist Palumbo SpA.
SGS Logistics will be the freight forwarding and logistics services network for Sino-Global, designed to capitalize on the rapidly growing containerized shipping market in the U.
Emerging markets will lead growth for freight forwarding through to 2018- notably thanks to the fruition of infrastructure projects, particularly in Africa and the Middle East
logistics and freight forwarding company, with in 2012, [euro]3.
China's rapid economic growth has accelerated circulation of goods, information and services in the whole society, thus providing a broad market space for the development of cross-border logistics industry cored by international freight forwarding.
How big are the individual freight forwarding markets?
our on-going strategy to expand our freight forwarding business to reach
A volatile and difficult year for global freight forwarders - find out why with the most in-depth examination of freight forwarding dynamics yet
The report delves into the contrasting performance of the air and sea freight forwarding markets as the continuing economic malaise has resulted in significant changes for the market in the past year.
FedEx Trade Networks, the freight forwarding arm of global shipping giant FedEx Corp.
The report found that while the sea freight forwarding market grew by an impressive 11.
com/research/3c3c6e/global_freight_for) has announced the addition of the "Global Freight Forwarding 2011" report to their offering.
Flowers, most recently the head of UPS's Americas Region, to the position of president of UPS Global Freight Forwarding.
Fourteen New Facilities Opened in 2009 to Enhance FedEx Global Freight Forwarding Presence
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