Thailand and Cambodia logistics infrastructure gaining importance for cross-border trade

Thailand and Cambodia are focusing on cross-border trade logistics to improve their economic competitiveness. Although these two kingdoms are on different levels of economic development, both are benefitting from Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) and One Belt, One Road projects. All modes of transport are improving for better logistics performance to attract more investors.
Guangxi border-trade contributing to regional economic growth

In the southwest of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region (GZAR) is becoming the epicenter of regional and global trade as multinationals shift manufacturing from South China to lower cost Southeast Asia countries.
Hy-Vee partners with TempTRIP to improve supply chain visibility

Reefer equipment has come a long-ways, and the TempTRIP technology represents next-gen for temperature controlled logistics.
US meat exports gaining access to North Asia markets

US meat exports are making inroads to the North Asia markets but the TPP pullout could dampen prospects.
Inland ports are integral to US economy

America’s inland ports are gaining importance as trillions of dollars of goods and services are moved throughout the arteries of the nation’s transportation network. Years ago, Illinois in the Joliet region and Ohio at Rickenbacker airport became distributor hubs for economic development, and now landlocked Iowa and Utah are embarking on plans to build inland ports.

Distribution workflows improving by internet of things technologies
Mongolia adjusting to lower economic growth

Mongolia’s economic prospects are brightening despite the difficult conditions in global markets.
China exerts influence Asia wide on trade and investment

Although the growth of China’s economy is slowing, Beijing’s influence in Asia and beyond is growing. But China is facing challenges both internally and externally, that could make it difficult to leverage the Middle Kingdom’s rising influence.
Pacific Northwest seaports prepared for wind energy shipments

The Pacific Northwest seaports are vying for new project cargo business from their specialized labor, new heavy lift equipment and seamless transport connections. Imported wind energy components are a growing opportunity for the Port of Vancouver USA and Port of Longview on the Columbia River and for Port of Olympia on the Salish Sea.
A hydropower project flows through Port of Vancouver USA

The 11,341-mile project cargo transit is part of the $370 million modernization of BPAs Celilo Converter Station - a move that flows through the Port of Vancouver USA

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