Ti is the market leader when it comes to the provision of research and analysis on the logistics industry in Emerging Markets and is a proven deliverer of high quality, thought provoking events with experience in Europe, Asia, North America, and the Middle East.
Ti events typically see attendance from 150-200 senior level professionals across the industry including logistics providers, shippers, government supporting organisations, high tech experts, economists, property developers, consultants and investors.
Ti’s contact database of 27,000+ global industry professionals means that we can guarantee an impressive attendee list, an example of which can be seen from Ti’s last event, Emerging Markets Logistics Conference Singapore.More
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The pace and size of change in the global logistics industry will leave no supply chain organisation untouched.
Disruptive technologies are already transforming working practices in the transport and logistics sector – and in the next ten years they have the capacity to bring about systemic changes in the structure of the industry itself.
Due to the availability of high-speed wireless networks, access to the Internet is ‘almost’ universal. The combination of a powerful computing device (smartphone) and ubiquitous connectivity to an infinite data and computing resource, will be profound. It will impact the logistics industry in many unexpected ways.
Mike King, Ti’s Head of Operations in Asia, spent a week observing humanitarian logistics operations in Nepal. In this paper, the last in the three part series, he looks at what lessons can be learned from this catastrophe and what future dangers lay in store.
While few companies are benefiting from the insight that comes from capturing, in its entirety, vital data from across their supply chains- even fewer are utilizing its to its full effect. What opportunities does Big Data present?