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DHL: investing in intra-Asia growth

With the opening of a new $100 million air express cargo facility, DHL has put into place another key component of its growing Asia infrastructure. As it seeks to sustain the current high growth rates of its intra-Asia Pacific business, investment in network capacity will be a vital element of DHL's long-term regional strategy.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Aug 2004
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DHL: investing in the lucrative Chinese market

DHL's move to open a Singapore office reinforces its commitment to Asia Pacific and confirms the importance of the region for the company. The fact that the company's other regional office is located in Hong Kong is not a coincidence; China is the world's hottest market for express and logistics operations.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Feb 2004
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Exel: new name in China

Exel introduced its new Chinese name, "Ying Wan", to better reflect the variety of services it provides. The company wants to ensure that customers in Hong Kong do not associate it solely with airfreight, but integrated logistics and freight management. Exel is positioning itself to become a leader in China's booming logistics sector.<BR />

Published By Datamonitor
18 Jun 2003
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Maersk: steaming ahead with acquisition

Published By Datamonitor
03 Aug 2001
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Mothercare: logistical development to support growth

Careful logistical planning has helped Mothercare deliver solid results, supported by strong growth in its Direct and International businesses. Going forward, these two segments of the business have the greatest growth potential and money invested this year puts these segments in particular in a good position to exploit growth opportunities.

Published By Datamonitor
25 May 2007
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UPS: $100 million invested in Hong Kong hub

United Parcel Service [UPS] has announced plans to invest $100 million to link its Hong Kong and Cologne hubs, giving European customers improved access to the Asia-Pacific region. The move would add a major spine to UPS' global network, and boost Hong Kong's status as a key Asian gateway.

Published By Datamonitor
15 Jul 2003

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