It’s clear that the growth of international trade over the past decades has helped improved the global economy and has created more opportunities many developing countries. In order to sustain this trend, logistics hubs that facilitate the manufacturing and distribution of goods have been established in virtually every country around the world.

Crucial among these are the large and strategically positioned global logistics hubs that facilitate exchanges between various modes of transport, including sea, air, rail, road and inland waterways—or any combination of these—optimising the distribution process and driving down the cost of trade between suppliers and end-users.

Global Logistics Hubs

21st Century Warehousing: Strategy and Operation

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