Posted on 11/06/2020 by DHL Express
Being globally connected strengthens us
In this article, John Pearson, CEO, DHL Express, shares how global connectedness makes the world stable and less vulnerable in the current crisis.
He says: “the pandemic in many places has made it especially clear how important globalisation is for our economic and social ‘immune system’.”
Many globally active companies have found themselves in a better position than companies with a national or regional focus. Every industry is different, of course, but international companies tend to be demonstrating more resilience at this time.Discover more
UK Ambassador makes a statement to WTO General Council
International Trade Secretary, Liz Truss, has named three new HM Trade Commissioners (HMTCs). In total there will be nine areas that the HMTCs cover: Africa, Asia-Pacific, China, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, North America and South Asia.
The HMTCs will champion British trade with some of the UK’s biggest economic partners. The current climate has highlighted just how important it is to keep trade flowing and supply chains open so we can all have the essential supplies we need.Read more
Next-Generation Wireless: The future of IoT in logistics
DHL has released “Next-Generation Wireless in Logistics”, a new Trend Report that offers a comprehensive look at the evolution of wireless networks and the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) in logistics.
The survey revealed that 60% of logistics professionals have inadequate supply chain visibility. 75% of participants plan to implement at least one Next-Generation Wireless technology in the near future as part of their visibility strategyFind out more