The second life of Li & Fung Headlines
News / Logistics the star performer as Li & Fung predicts a tough road ahead
Hong Kong apparel sourcing and logistics firm Li & Fung is warning 2017 is likely to ...
Comment / Analysis: Fortune favours the brave, but will Li & Fung heed the warning signs?
“During these turbulent times, our business foundation remains solid” – Li & Fung chief executive ...
Recommends / Billionaire brothers see no turnaround for the global economy
More depressing news this week came out of Hong Kong, where sourcing giant Li & ...
News / Li & Fung starts to reap the benefits of its major expansion in the logistics sector
Nearly a year after becoming a more logistics-focused company, Li & Fung is beginning to ...
Li & Fung closer to sale of its branding business and a return to logistics roots
Hong Kong-based sourcing and logistics giant Li & Fung moved a step closer to splitting ...
News / Li & Fung transforms into a sea freight forwarder with China Container Line buy
One of the world’s largest retail sourcing companies, Hong Kong-based Li & Fung, is set ...
Recommends / Li & Fung highlights need for change in the supply chain
Li & Fung’s director of government affairs certainly struck a committed tone this week in ...
- 1.Panalpina board must resign and DSV will cherry-pick best staff to keep
- 2.Singapore's sovereign wealth fund, Temasek, rescues debt-laden carrier PIL
- 3.$1.5bn Amazon Air freight hub breaks ground, but the pilots have misgivings
- 4.Claims that Maersk has started a new rates war, as carriers slash FAK prices
- 5.Analysis: with the clock ticking, Agility faces the Bolloré temptation
- 1. Gavin van Marle on Latest vessel fire leads Grimaldi to demand tighter regs on ocean cargo
- 2. firstname.lastname@example.org on Claims that Maersk has started a new rates war, as carriers slash FAK prices
- 3. GFERRULLI@GLOBALLOGISTICSANDTRANSPORT.COM on Latest vessel fire leads Grimaldi to demand tighter regs on ocean cargo
- 4. Gary Ferrulli on Latest vessel fire leads Grimaldi to demand tighter regs on ocean cargo
- 5. gunther ginckels on Maersk's inland terminal network to be integrated into Logistics & Service