In terms of volume, the global T&L industry is expected to reach 92.1 billion ton by 2024.
The global Logistics market is expected to reach USD 15.5 trillion in revenue by 2024 while investments in industrial and retail projects lead to a spur in the domestic logistics industry says report.
As the world moves towards more digitisation, technology is making life easier for everyone, including the transportation industry.
There is still no agreement on the best type of electric motor to use in heavy electric trucks and the booming, confusing traction motor business will rise to around $400 billion in 2027.
TAPA calls for greater sharing of incident intelligence as 489 new cargo thefts reported in Europe, Middle East and Africa in Q3 2016, a 105.4% year-on-year-increase.
Election of Donald Trump, one-time owner of now-defunct East Coast airline Trump Shuttle, to the US presidency could revive nationalistic attitudes to air access.
Ben Abraham, Head of Willis Towers Watson’s marine practice looks at navigating risk in the transportation sector based on the Transportation Risk Index 2016.
Recovery in short term freight rates pose potential threat for freight forwarders according to Xeneta, an ocean freight price comparison and shipping market watch index.
Big data analytics examines large amounts of data to uncover hidden trends, anomalies and other insights, turning statistics is about turning these numbers into useful information on which action can taken
With its growth potential following many years of sanctions and the pent-up demand in the transport sector, Iran offers promising opportunities for Daimler Trucks.
New data from the IATA show air cargo volumes continue to fall, but we may be seeing the bottom of the dip, while the Middle East remains strongest.
Logistics has always been the “behind-the-scenes” engine of motorsports events around the world, the WTCC wouldn't take place without DHL.
Emirates’ passenger operations will move to Dubai’s Al Maktoum International at some point after 2020 but its engineering facilities could remain at Dubai International.
Two-thirds of the world’s population is within eight hours flight of Dubai and Emirates connects hundreds of cities via its hub.
The ships on our list would cost a total of US $18-billion to build and they're all so far-fetched, only one has actually been put to sea.
New report commissioned by NATS shows significant economic benefits for both airports and passengers through increased aircraft movements and fewer delays.
As Maritime & Ports predicted back in May, the Iran nuclear deal has created a flurry of activity in the maritime sector, here are some of the key developments…