China

By John D. Schulz · June 6, 2016
In a masterpiece of collaboration, Birdsong discovers an intermodal route to China in an innovative solution that melds rail, port and ocean carrier partners to handle unexpectedly large export needs.
By Patrick Burnson · March 18, 2016
Each year, $5.3 trillion of trade passes through the South China Sea and analysts say that $1.2 trillion of that number is U.S. commerce.
By Patrick Burnson · January 15, 2016
The advent of the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays, but can also be disruptive to U.S. supply chains.
By MMH Staff · December 24, 2015
Talent tops list of drivers of global manufacturing competitiveness.
By MMH Staff · December 14, 2015
Local material handling sales and service veteran to lead growth of Chinese operation.
By Jeff Berman · July 28, 2015
Josh Green, CEO of Panjiva, an online search engine with detailed information on global suppliers and manufacturers, said despite the recent trends coming out of China, it is important to remember is that on a big picture level, its impact on the global economy is big and growing.
By MMH Staff · February 4, 2015
Growth expected to outperform the 2008-2013 period across the globe; China decelerates as North America follows rising food, beverage, chemical and pharmaceutical production.
By MMH Staff · December 23, 2014
India surpasses the United States in cold storage capacity; China is third.
By Jeff Berman · December 9, 2014
Company to offer details on all shipments to and from Mexico via all types of transport, and also provide insight on more than 500,000 new suppliers and 200,000 new buyers.
By Josh Bond · November 19, 2014
Merger and acquisition activity in first nine months of 2014 surpasses annual totals in the previous decade.
By MMH Staff · October 28, 2014
Expanded headquarters, new hires enhance local support in key markets.
By MMH Staff · September 29, 2014
Serving primarily China and Taiwan, Tailift produces 28,000 forklifts annually.
By Josh Bond · September 22, 2014
Freedonia research highlights growing domestic interest in automation.
By MMH Staff · August 27, 2014
IHS Technology reports 2.1% fall in revenues for programmable logic controllers; strong growth in US and food and beverage.
By Jeff Berman · August 14, 2014
In recent years, transportation and logistics titans UPS and FedEx have only been able to provide domestic delivery service in China on a limited basis. But a Reuters report is signaling that is changing, saying that both companies now have obtained licenses from the Chinese government to extend domestic express package services to Beijing and other Chinese cities and not have to rely on joint-venture partners to deliver packages within China.

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