Deglobalisation, China’s soft power, reshoring strategies... Navigating through supply chain trends has never been more challenging (and captivating) for strategists. Ti Talks Supply Chains is a must-listen for global supply chain professionals. Each episode the Ti Insights research team, led by Prof. John Manners-Bell, offers lively discussion on the key trends, data and analysis impacting global supply chains. From technology, to politics to Ocean Freight rates, our regular podcast will keep you up to date on the forces driving supply chains in 2022 and beyond. Ti Insights research is built on data from the GSCI knowledge portal, a data powerhouse with over 1million pieces of data and analysis. www.ti-insight.com
European Road Freight Rates: Pricing trends and analysis
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23:02Significant toll increases are expected throughout the year. How much of these costs will be transferred to customers?In this episode, the Ti Insight team delves into European road freight rates. Our guests from the Ti Insight team include Nathaniel Donaldson, Economic Analyst; Michael Clover, Head of Commercial Development; and Viki Keckarovska, Ti's Freight LeadAlso hear from Ti’s Chief Analyst Thomas Cullen about the impact of the Red Sea attacks on shippingLinks from the episode:GSCI for your logistics and transportation management needs.The Ti, Upply & IRU European Road Freight Rate Development Benchmark Q4 2023Ti’s Road Freight Outlook GridSign up to our Logistics Briefing newsletter
Made in Policies #3: Can India compete with China?
22:49The gap between China and India is closing. But can anyone really compete with China?In this final episode of our Made in Policies series, Prof. John Manners Bell will be discussing India’s Made in Programme, developments in China, and why supply chain risk is more important than cost.Links from the episodeBook a free demo on our knowledge platform GSCI.Sign up to our Logistics briefing newsletter here
Made in policies #2: Can the EU restrict Italy’s reshoring plans?
16:41Prof. John Manners-Bell discusses how COVID led to the widespread of Made in Policies. This episode we explore how Italy’s Prime Minister Georgia Meloni is developing the Made in Italy brand. Is she forcing the EU to rip up the rule book? What is the future of EU supply chains?We also discuss the growth in state subsidies and how the United States is attracting green manufacturing to its shores.Hear the latest GSCI News with Research Analyst Nia Hudson.Links from the episodeBook a free demo on our knowledge platform GSCI.Sign up to our Logistics briefing newsletter hereFor more parcels market size and forecast data, download our free whitepaper.
Made in policies #1: The language of supply chain diplomacy
20:58In October last year, Italy’s Prime Minister Georgia Meloni renamed her economic development department as, ‘The Industry and Made in Italy Ministry.’Made in policies have become widespread. In this four part series – which looks at the impact of Made In policies and the wider political picture – we interview author and Ti Insight founder Prof. John Manners Bell about global Made in Policies, the shift away from China and the language of supply chain diplomacy.In this episode – Part One – we explore the reasons hidden behind the new supply chain vocabulary which politicians are adopting.Also this episode, the latest GSCi news including MSC’s acquisition of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik & UPS profits.For more stories like this sign up to Ti’s Logistics Briefing newsletter here.Links from the episodeClick here for a free demo of our data platform GSCi. Sign up to our Logistics Briefing newsletter here.Read the original article which inspired this episode here.GSCi News story linksEuropean Road Freight RatesUPS is still suffering from retail downturn & weak freight marketsHHLA accepts MSC bid
Ocean, Air & Road Freight Trackers Q3
19:39So what is the current state of European road freight rates? And, what does the future hold for air and ocean freight development?This episode, the Ti Insights team will be sharing trend developments – and future predictions – for road, air and ocean freight. Guests include:Head of Commercial Development at Ti, Micheal CloverVicky Keckarovska, Ti’s Freight LeadGSCI news this episode: UPS acquires MNX Global Logistics, The language of supply chain diplomacy & Supply Chain by Amazon – what’s included?Hosted by Ti’s Head of Content, Kirsty Adams.Links from the showSign up to our Logistics Briefing newsletter Visit here for free GSCI demo or email [email protected] & Ocean Freight Rate Tracker Free Report.Freight Rate Tracker Dashboard.
Why do warehouse costs continue to rise?
15:57If you operate a warehouse, or multiple warehouses, you have probably noticed your costs slowly and steadily going up. Well you’re not alone. Warehouse costs have been steadily rising in all major regions since Quarter 1 2022, especially in Europe and North America. This episode Ti Insight analysts Nia Hudson and Jenan Hasan will be sharing some data from Ti’s brand new Warehouse Tracker. Download Ti's Warehouse Tracker Free Whitepaper here.Also this episode, some wise words on AI from Ti’s Technology Advisor, Ken Lyon. You can also expect the following news in the GSCI News round up.DPWorld wins contract to build Gujarat terminalParcel volumes expected to increase to 189bn in 2023Stagnating transport demand continues to cause increased road freight capacityContract Rate Index down 0.2 points quarter on quarterTo receive regular news and briefs – just like the above – from the Ti Insights team, sign up to our free newsletter here.More links from this episode Book a demo for our data platform GSCI here.Interested in the Upply x Ti x IRU European road freight rates index for Europe? You can download the report for free here.If you’rebased in London and you’d like to come along to the launch of Death<a href="https://www.amazon.co.uk/Death-Globalization-Politics-Environment-Shaping/dp/1739350804" rel="noopener...
How is a volatile automotive sector impacting logistics?
12:25The global automotive logistics market is forecast to grow by 3.1% by the end of 2023. A lack of coordination between vehicle manufacturers and semi-conductor manufacturers is causing a major shift in the balance of power between the supplier and the supplied.This episode we’ll be discussing the Ti Insights Global Automotive Logistics 2023 Report with Senior Editor Julia Swales. Plus, the latest GSCi News on import bans, the global freight forwarding market and digital forwarder lay-offs.GSCi News & episode linksIndia imposes import ban on laptops and PCsSign up here for more briefs like this.Global Freight Forwarding market to contract 3.9% in 2023Download our free white paper on the global freight forwarding marketMexico Leads as Key Trading Ally of the United StatesRead the full brief hereDigital forwarder lay offs: Who cut the most staff?Ti’s Global Supply Chain Intelligence platform providers 100s of profiles of start-ups and disruptors like Convoy and Flexport. Find out more here: https://gsci.ti-insight.com/how-do-we-help/company-profilesOther linksEmail your thoughts and comments on the Global Automotive Logistics Sector to [email protected] us for the Q2 2023 European Road Freight Development webinar which takes place on Wednesday the 23rd of August. Webinar Registration - Zoom Rishi Sunak comment from The Sun: https://youtu.be/Xtk3qi4xeD0
Why is road freight recovery weak? Plus latest Air rate tracker data
17:51Digital forwarders are rethinking growth strategies and small freight operators are struggling to survive. This episode we discuss the European Road Freight Transport 2023 Report with Senior Research Analyst Viki Keckarovska.You’ll also learn more about the market situation for global air freight from Ti's team of analysts. Hear data from Micheal, Viki and Jenan onTI’s Quarterly Air & Ocean Freight Rate Tracker. More links from the episodeFor a free GSCi demo visit gsci.ti-insight.comFor questions about Ti's quarterly Air Freight Rate Tracker data email [email protected] watch Ti's Quarterly Air & Ocean Freight Rate Tracker click here.If you're a small freight operator, we'd love to hear how your business is doing. Email [email protected]
China opposes move to new fuels in shipping
4:04Automotive logistics market grows 4.6% y-o-y in 2022...The period between 2020 and 2023 saw significant volatility in the automotive sector. Althoughit appears to be emerging from the short-term crisis, the condition of the sector is unstable.To find out more download our free whitepaper China opposes move to new fuels in shipping...The International Maritime Organisation is trying to transform shipping but China is having none of it – that’s according to our chief analyst Thomas Cullen.Read the full story here. 2023 growth in contract logistics driven by Asia Pacific...The last 12 months have brought an increasingly challenging operating environment for contract logistics providers. In 2022 the market grew by just 2.9% y-o-y. The report is available here...Global Contract Logistics & 3PL report | Transport Intelligence (ti-insight.com)Prologis buys $3bn of warehousing from BlackstoneThe logistics property company Prologis has concluded a large deal with the investment fund Blackstone. Book a free GSCi demoGSCi helps logistics providers, banks and shippers to track air, ocean and road freightrates. Book a free demo at www.gsci.ti-insight.comOn the next episode of Ti Talks supply chains – which should reach you on the 15thof July – we'll be discussing the European Road Freight market with Ti’s research team.
Are biopharmaceuticals changing big pharma supply?
24:48This episode is about biopharmaceuticals and how they’re changing big pharma supply chains. It’s also about margin pressure across last mile and contract logistics.Guests include Julia Swales, Senior Editor at Ti Insights and Nia Hudson, one of Ti’s Research Analysts.Host Kirsty Adams also picks a noisy corner at Multimodal to speak to Kirsten Tisdale (Aricia /Women in Logistics ), Michelle Gardner (Deputy Director – Policy, at Logistics UK) and Peter Draper (Chief Executive Officer SSO Group) about freeports, diversity and the importance of logistics to the UK economy.Links from the episodeWant to take a closer look at what Nia discussed? Here you go! GlobalContract Logistics 2023More on biopharmaceuticals? Global Pharmaceuticals Report 2023To book a demo on GSCi – our industry leading data platform – please clickhere.Host email [email protected].