DHL, VW launch Berlin pilot for in-car deliveries

While people themselves may be hard to track down sometimes, DHL Parcel figured that cars will always be easy to track. That’s one reason why to the express giant has expanded its Berlin-based delivery program that allows customers to use vehicle trunks as mobile addresses for delivery of DHL parcels. German car manufacturer Volkswagen, which […]
  • Caryn Livingston
  • September 5, 2017

White paper shines light on Tianjin’s logistical aftermath

It’s going to take a long time before the damage caused by the Aug. 12 explosion at the Port of Tianjin, China, can be fully understood, much less cleaned up, according to a white paper produced by Resilinc, a Silicon Valley-based supply-chain intelligence company. The Resilinc report says not to believe official media reports that […]
  • Staff Reports
  • August 31, 2015

Tianjin port explosion likely to disrupt Asian shipments

The port of Tianjin, China, is not only a major gateway for freight going to Beijing, but it is the second largest port for the import and export of automobiles in China. Because of the massive series of explosions that badly damaged the port facility and killed at least 112 people, shipments of automotive parts […]
  • Staff Reports
  • August 17, 2015