The New Asia?

“New Asia”- No longer just the manufacturing centre for the world, Asia Pacific is fast becoming a growing domestic market in its own right.

Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2014

Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2014

Ti is pleased to announce the recent publication of the ‘Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2014’ report. The report provides you with an overview of the fast growing Asia Pacific transport and logistics market including analysis of the road, rail, sea and air sectors as well as national logistics markets. With China at the centre of an emerging “New Asia” and low cost manufacturing moving to new Asian markets, international companies and logistics providers are expanding into this region to benefit from the resulting growth potential.

To find out more about this report, to view sample pages or to download the brochure please follow the link provided: Asia Pacific Transport & Logistics 2014

Do you have an opinion on the emergence of a “New Asia”? Does a trend exist?

Ti is currently running the annual Agility Emerging Markets survey. Conducted annually, the Agility Emerging Markets survey collects the opinions of logistics and industry professionals from across the world on the most important issues for emerging markets. Now in its sixth year, the survey offers those with knowledge of the worlds most dynamic logistics markets the chance to share their insights and inform thought leading debate.

Take part in the survey today and help determine the logistics attractiveness and potential risks of more than 40 countries including Brazil, Oman and Vietnam.

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