Transport logistics

Transport logistics is a systematic approach to organizing the movement of material assets from one point to another by an optimal route and in order to minimize costs. The concept of transport logistics is closely related to customs logistics, stock logistics, warehouse logistics and information logistics.

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Article
01.18.2023
New transport corridors

After the start of the Special Military Operation in Ukraine, the logistics market in Russia was subjected to a significant shake-up, as a result of which logisticians have to fight to create new routes, and the government has to create a special staff to revise the transport corridors. New schemes are unstable and require huge investments, but today Russia has no choice.

Report
12.29.2022
Report
12.29.2022
The Eurasian Railway Route: Prospects for Exports from Russia to China

In 2022, the Russian transport administration faces unprecedented logistics challenges: massive trade restructuring prompted by restrictive sanctions has necessitated urgent operational decisions to combine different routes through friendly and neutral countries. The biggest changes are expected in cargo turnover with Russia’s largest trading partners — the European Union and China

Article
12.15.2022
EBRD researches sustainable transport connections between Central Asia and Europe

As trade volumes, particularly container traffic, between Asia and Europe continue to grow and as geopolitical events disrupt existing trade corridors, major trading and logistics companies are exploring ways to diversify and optimise transport routes and make them more sustainable.

Article
11.17.2022
The People' Republic of China is Ready to Intensify Efforts to Accelerate the Digital and Intelligent Development of Freight Transportation along the China-Europe Route

China is ready to cooperate with countries along the China-Europe railway route to jointly promote the implementation of major infrastructure projects that will increase the efficiency of rail freight traffic.

Article
06.29.2022
Turkey's place in the Asia-Europe logistics reconfiguration

With great ambitions in transport and logistics, Turkey hopes to benefit from the reconfiguration of global supply chains.

Article
06.28.2022
Logistics. The way to the future

How Kazakhstan’s logistics develops

Article
05.12.2022
Uskenbayev: Kazakhstan's Transport Industry Shows Positive Dynamics
The Government meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov, has considered the development of Kazakhstan's transit and transport potential.
Article
04.14.2022
Logistics from China to Europe: Transport Routes, Duration, and Costs
Whether China is still the “workbench of the world” has become a matter of debate among experts. Still, China produces a great many products that have their market in Europe: be it microelectronics or forklifts. And that means that logistics between China and Europe is in high demand. Here you will find an informative survey of China logistics.
Article
03.10.2022
Supply chains: companies shift from ‘just in time’ to ‘just in case’

Businesses exposed by pandemic shortages and shipping bottlenecks are being forced to rethink their operations

Article
02.28.2022
Analysts announced the terms of the freight transportation market recovery

Cargo transportation by sea, road and rail in Russia will recover to the pre-pandemic level in 2022, analysts of the NKR predict. Passenger air transportation will return to these indicators only in 2024.

Article
01.14.2022
Transport Strategy 2035: Overambitious or rather conservative?

What is the transport strategy — new targets or just another declaration? On what factors will the achievement of the transport strategy’s targets depend? And to what extent do its goals meet the current requirements of the transport industry? Experts, market actors and government officials have expressed controversial views.