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  1. FILE PHOTO: Logo of JD.com is seen on a helmet of a delivery man in Beijing

    JD.com may list logistics unit in future but no plan currently: executive

    Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com Inc may list its logistics unit in the future but it currently has no clear plan, a senior company executive said ...
  2. The Logo of Swiss transport and logistics firm Panalpina is seen at an office building in Basel

    Denmark's DSV to buy logistics company Panalpina in US$4.6 billion deal

    Denmark's DSV A/S will buy Panalpina in a deal valued at 4.6 billion Swiss francs (US$4.62 billion), the Swiss freight forwarder said on Monday, ...
  3. Rome is expected to join President Xi Jinping's massive $1 trillion 'Belt and Road'

    Commentary: Italy takes bite of China apple with entry into Belt and Road Initiative

    But Italy’s signing of a Memorandum of Understanding during President Xi Jinping’s visit does not mean the sky will fall, says Asia Pacific ...
  4. Singpost

    Commentary: Are SingPost’s lapses indicative of a deeper malaise in the company?

    Those at SingPost have a heavy burden of fixing past issues after sweeping changes at the senior management level and hasty acquisitions made some ...
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    Commentary: Global shipping and logistics chains reshaped as China’s Belt and Road dreams take off

    China’s Belt and Road Initiative is changing the paradigm for global logistics chain, with huge ramifications for shipping, says Andre Wheeler.
  6. FILE PHOTO:  Tesla Chief Executive  Musk attends a forum on startups in Hong Kong

    Musk says Tesla now in 'delivery logistics hell'

    Tesla Inc's Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk on Sunday acknowledged that the company was facing more logistical problems now than production ...
  7. Chan Chun Sing Toll Group

    Singapore logistics firms urged to automate, adopt new technology

  8. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Amazon is pictured inside the company's office in Bengaluru

    Amazon to build new fulfillment centre in Ottawa, create 600 jobs

    Amazon.com Inc said on Tuesday it planned to build a new fulfillment centre in Canada's capital Ottawa that would create more than 600 full-time jobs.