For this series ASR strategist Zahra Ward-Murphy is teaming up with Transport Intelligence (Ti), and is joined by David Buckby Ti’s Economist and Ti’s Chief Executive, Professor John Manners-Bell.
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Call 6 – 28th March 2017
The latest call featured an update on the latest logistics data and implications for global trade, with a focus on container shipping, the results of Ti’s March Logistics Confidence Index and a discussion of the impact that technology and digitisation will have on the air freight, sea freight and freight forwarding markets. To listen again click the video below:
Call 1 – 11th October 2016
The first call focused on the latest logistics data and implications for global trade, latest WTO world trade growth, Hanjin administration story and DHL’s acquisition of UK Mail. To listen to this call, please click the link below.
Call 2 – 3rd November 2016
The second call focused on the latest logistics data and implications for global trade, the Chinese e-commerce and parcel market, finishing with a look at Amazon.
Call 3 – 13th December 2016
The third call focused on the latest logistics data and implications for global trade, how the holiday season in the US is shaping up for logistics providers and the potential implications of President-elect Donald Trump on global trade and logistics.
Call 4 – 24th January 2017
The fourth call featured an update on the latest logistics data and implications for global trade, the results of Ti’s January Logistics Confidence Index and the key questions, trends and developments to look out for in the world of logistics in 2017.
Call 5 – 21st February 2017
The fifth call featured an update on the latest logistics data and implications for global trade, the results of Ti’s February Logistics Confidence Index and a discussion of cross-border e-commerce opportunities.
About the speakers:
Prof John Manners-Bell, is Chief Executive of Ti, Honorary Visiting Professor at the London Metropolitan University’s Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law and an adviser to the World Economic Forum. He has over 25 years’ experience working in and analysing the global logistics sector. His second book, ‘Supply Chain Risk’ won the Mention Speciale ACA-Bruel Prize for supply chain literature in 2014.
Zahra Ward-Murphy, Global Equity Strategist is a macro-strategist, covering global macro and equity strategy themes. She also covers logistics, trade and China. Before joining ASR, Zahra worked as a global economist at Dresdner Kleinwort, and previously as an FX analyst at both Dresdner Kleinwort and BNP Paribas. She is a CFA charterholder. For more information about ASR please visit: absolute-strategy.com
David Buckby, Economist, manages one of Ti’s core strengths, that of quantitative analysis of a range of logistics markets, including sizing and forecasting. Over a number of years he has conducted market sizing studies on freight forwarding, contract logistics, European road freight transport, express & parcels and e-commerce logistics. He contributes to Ti’s Logistics Briefing service and is regularly cited by industry media.
Contact him firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 1666 519916