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Shadow Transport Minister discusses raising shipping industry’s profile

Shadow Transport Minister discusses raising shipping industry’s profile

During a pre-election campaigning visit to Milton Keynes the Shadow Minister for Transport, Gordon Marsden MP, met with Jeanius Consulting to discuss raising awareness of the shipping industry. He was accompanied by the local Labour Party candidate Andrew Pakes.

Tony Tyler, Director General and CEO, IATA

World Cargo Symposium identifies China’s progress and air cargo priorities

Speaking in Shanghai at the start of the International Air Transport Association’s 9th World Cargo Symposium, the organisation’s Director General and CEO, Tony Tyler, emphasised that China is now a leading air cargo nation, accounting for 7% of global air freight. IATA also anticipates that China will become the world’s largest air travel market around 2030.

UKWA’s new CEO identifies challenges in House of Lords reception speech

Peter Ward recently made his first public address since taking over the role as chief executive officer of the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) at a reception at the House of Lords.

Sting returns home to deliver Port of Tyne sponsored lecture

Sting returns home to deliver Port of Tyne sponsored lecture

International superstar Sting jetted in from Dubai to add his name to the long list of national figures who have given the annual address at Harton Technology College in South Shields.

Chris Jones, Executive VP Marketing & Services, Descartes Systems Group

Welcome to the customer facing supply chain

In the quest for competitive differentiation, we are beginning to see more and companies highlighting the merits of their supply chain. While this tactic may not be ground-breaking in itself, the difference we’re now experiencing is that companies are exposing their supply chains directly to their customers, with capabilities that are intended to benefit the customer as opposed to just themselves.