For too many years, the world’s supply chains have operated solely on learnings from the past. But through artificial intelligence (AI), we can start thinking ahead of our time.
Rail freight has the potential to revolutionise supply chains in both developed and developing nations, providing a key role in promoting sustainability and economic growth.
Healthy societies transform economies, yet the pandemics of the past few years have demonstrated that healthcare logistics is a complex beast and unique to that of any other sector.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are proving to be the most popular replacement for fossil fuel cars. So much so that by 2030 electric vehicles will represent over 60% of vehicles sold globally.
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A selection of whitepapers and reports by DP World and partners.
Water is crucial for life on Earth and vital for our well-being. Businesses, including ours, can play a significant role in changing how water is used.
We examine three climate scenarios, assessing the potential impact of weather hazards across 50 ports and terminals in our global portfolio.
As the world faces increasing and unprecedented challenges, humanitarian logistics is the central element of crisis response when supply chains are disrupted.
Changing the temperature frozen food is transported at from -18° to -15° could save the equivalent emissions of 3.8 million cars without affecting the food.
One step toward decarbonising our ports: a roadmap to container handling equipment electrification.
A look into the emergence of Canadian ports as a major gateway to Asia, exploring the logistics innovations making it possible and advantageous to the U.S. West Coast.
An in-depth analysis exploring how end-to-end infrastructure improvements are creating opportunities to streamline supply chains in Rwanda.
A global research programme presenting data on private-sector sentiment towards international trade.
Case studies and lessons for Ethiopia and Eritrea on how post-conflict trade opportunities can be developed by emerging countries.
The re-emergence of reshoring and nearshoring in a post-pandemic global trade landscape.