Holly Stewart

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Holly joined Ti as a researcher in 2018. Whilst at university she gained much experience in both primary and secondary research, as well as enhancing her analytical and evaluation skills. Studying History developed Holly’s interest in politics and geopolitics.

After graduating, Holly worked in product development, dealing with suppliers and customers from around the world, including in Asia Pacific and Europe.

Since working at Ti, she has worked on and gained interest in emerging markets logistics and peak season. As part of her role as a researcher Holly contributes to logistics briefings and GSCi, in particular, provider profiles, countries and regions.

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Recent briefs by Holly:

The complexity of cannabis logistics


In the United States, under federal law, the use and possession of cannabis is technically illegal despite state legislation to the contrary. As companies like FedEx, UPS and USPS are governed by federal law they are unable to handle cannabis. The complex laws of the US have created a gap in the market for new specialist delivery companies to spring up.

Why and how is Ethiopia reaching for the coastline


In recent years, Ethiopia has been utilising investment schemes such as the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative and more recently funds from the African Development Bank to build major logistics infrastructure, whilst making use of the relationship with Djibouti to secure access to the sea.

Last mile sustainability still a long way off


The ‘Fast, Green & Free Deliveries: Overcoming the Last Mile Challenge in Urban Transport’ symposium was held on 25 June, at the University of Liverpool in London by Freight Traffic Control 2050. The project highlighted the challenges last mile operators face in trying to achieve the 2050 target of zero emissions.