Reports
Report
04.12.2021
Report
04.12.2021
IPC Cross-border E-commerce Shopper Survey 2019
The 2019 IPC Cross-Border E-Commerce Shopper Survey is one of the most extensive research projects of its kind. Its objectives are to understand consumer preferences and experiences in relation to the delivery of cross-border e-commerce items. Also included within this year’s report are trends based on the results of the 25 countries which were included in the survey in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Source: International Post Corporation
Report
03.09.2021
Report
03.09.2021
Review of Maritime Transport 2020
The maritime transport is at a pivotal moment facing not only immediate concerns resulting from the pandemic, but also long-term shifts in supply-chain design, changes in consumption and a heightened global sustainability and low-carbon agenda.
Source: UNCTAD
Report
03.04.2021
Report
03.04.2021
Key statistics and trends in international trade 2020
The UNCTAD’s report is a yearly publication that monitors recent trends in international trade in goods and services and provides illustrative statistics on international trade and its evolution in the medium term.
Source: UNCTAD
Report
03.02.2021
Report
03.02.2021
Rail Container Transportation in Eurasia in 2020

Against the background of restrictions related to combatting coronavirus, only a few industries and markets can boast of updated records and positive vision of the future. One of such success stories in 2020 is the Eurasian railway route.

Report
02.03.2021
Report
02.03.2021
International Transport Corridors in the Eurasian Space: Development of Meridional Routes

Development of North — South ITC faces some fundamental challenges: a limited cargo base, fragmented essence of the route at the current stage, various interests of states. However the prospects for future development are attractive

Report
01.27.2021
Report
01.27.2021
Climate Action Pays Off in Transportation and Logistics

T&L companies that are pursuing tangible plans to reduce emissions have generated superior total shareholder return, according to BCG analysis. But to ensure economic sustainability, T&L players should move quickly to incorporate environmental sustainability into their business model and long-term strategies

Report
12.28.2020
Report
12.28.2020
International Transport Corridors in Eurasian Space: Development of Latitudinal Routes

Railroads play a crucial role in the Eurasian ITCs. Because of the speed and reliability of deliveries it provides, railway transportation is starting to compete with shipment by sea (advantage of speed) and air (advantage of cost). The competition with alternative routes has to be taken into account, whereas the strategy should be built around the available advantages of the existing routes and the complementary nature of others.