Logistics News in Review: October 13, 2008

Monday, October 13, 2008 5:58
Posted in category China Logistics

Welcome to the 2nd edition of the logistics news in review.

Following last week, a lot has happened in the global economy that will impact trade – and while the worst is yet to come, there is still a lot of pawns moving around on the board.

I have added a few new categories of news so as to offer a bit more breadth, and I will continue to add categories as news stories surface (this week I could not find warehousing or technology news stories).

Feel free to send me news stories you want to have added.

Taiwan, China agree terms of direct flights
Grand Power Expands Operations Into Northern China Through Joint Venture With China National Aviation Company Subsidiary
Grand China Logistics Denied Purchase of SYMS

China, Vietnam to open direct transport between border cities
Schenker to launch regular China-Germany train
Kerry launches China-ASEAN Trucking

Yichang Develops as Yangtze River Trade Gateway
Three Gorges reservoir raises water to target level
Report cranks up pressure on shipping to go green
Chinese shipowners secure new building loans

Railway to be constructed to connect SW China to booming areas
Manzhouli, China’s Largest Inland Port of Entry

Freight Forwarding
Chinese forwarders change tack
China to impose new cargo rule: 24-hour advance manifest

Qingdao Greenlighted to be Free Trade Port Zone
Eighth Bonded Port Area in China
Transpacific Container Terminal Ltd. and CRSA Logistics Ltd.

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2 Responses to “Logistics News in Review: October 13, 2008”

  1. Bryan says:

    October 13th, 2008 at 10:26 am

    Love this new weekly piece. Great collection of articles.

  2. Rich says:

    October 15th, 2008 at 5:41 am

    Thanks Bryan.

    Feel free to send along others if you have them!