Nokia was one of the most popular mobile phone companies in the late 90’s and early 2000’s. The company used to be ubiquitous, doing business in more than 150 countries, employing 61,656 people, and taking in revenues of around US $14.28B.
The world’s seventh largest freight carrier is still treading water as its ships fail to find a place to dock.
Hanjin Shipping’s financial limbo has taken a turn for the worst as its creditors have ruled out any further funding.
Demand and pre-orders for Samsung Electronics’ new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone have exceeded the company’s estimates, the South Korean tech giant and the world’s largest smartphone maker announced on Wednesday.
The expansion of the Panama Canal, which handles about a third of Asia-to-US trade, is poised to boost trade and shipping services by shortening the one-way journey by sea from Asia to the U.S. East Coast.
The global trucking industry is currently facing two great challenges for sustainability: to transport a significantly higher volume of goods, and to further develop new means of delivery concepts.
IoT for the supply chain and transportation industries will enable organizations to work smarter, plan better, and foster intelligent decision making processes.
For more than a century, undersea cables have been an essential aspect of the infrastructure for the global product economy. These fiber-optic cables are laid on the seabed between land-based stations, carrying digital signals across stretches of ocean.