Delivery times are an integral part of online shopping. Even in South Africa, retailers offer 24 hour (or even same day) delivery on many goods...
27 Nov 2014 09:09
DHL has released its Global Connectedness Index (GCI) 2014, which is a detailed analysis of the state of globalisation around the world...
18 Nov 2014 10:37
September's vehicle and related retail sales figures, recently released by StatsSA, are showing signs of strengthening...
17 Nov 2014 14:23
After decades of underinvestment in maintenance and development of South Africa's road and rail networks, the country is in a process of revitalising its transport networks that will see the country set itself up as a transport hub for Southern Africa.
27 Oct 2014 08:51
Skills shortages continue to bedevil the logistics and supply chain industry, with practitioners reporting shortages of up to 64% in positions that require a bachelor's degree.
By Mario Landman 23 Oct 2014 16:46
The volume of goods transported by land (payload) increased by 3.4% in August 2014 compared with August 2013.
20 Oct 2014 15:17
The Innovation Group has released The Future Now report on fleet management in 2015 and beyond, which points to a future for fleet management that...
11 Sep 2014 10:34
Everyday living and engagement is being transformed greatly by the use of Smartphone technology and as the presence of mobile technology continues to increase, so too does its impact...
Issued by Matrix 12 Aug 2014 11:35
TransAfrica 2014, a transport conference which is expected to be attended by delegates from various African countries, was officially launched on 6 August in Sandton, Johannesburg.
10 Aug 2014 15:18
At the Africa Ports and Harbours Show, Mike Pinkney, global maritime skills leader of Arup London, will present a round table discussion on 'Future Ports - Sustainable Development' at 2pm on 2 July 2014 at the Sandton Convention Centre.
26 Jun 2014 14:15
DHL has released its 'Global E-Tailing 2025' report, which analyses the role that e-commerce will play in consumers' lives in the year 2025, and how it will influence consumerism, retailing and logistics.
South Africa's Judge Albert Hoffmann has been re-elected to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS).
13 Jun 2014 10:05