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Kakania and the challenge of local content

Kakania is a landlocked country in the developing world. Diotima is a traditional fishing village located close to Kakania’s biggest lake inhabited by 50 families; their cattle and, other livestock. The locals are content with their lot fishing and growing enough cereal, vegetables and fruit to eat and, raise their children. The cattle are social […]

Food Prices are only part of the story

August 29, 2012 by  
Filed under Africa, Asia, Featured Articles

The cost of food is rising worldwide and food riots were a feature of the 3 F’s (Finance; Fuel and Food) in 2008, from Italy to the developing world. The benchmark food price index (FAO) rose 25 between December 2011 and February 2012 and there is rising concern that climate change could cause the price […]

Light manufacturing in Tanzania and beyond

August 8, 2012 by  
Filed under Africa, Featured Articles, Industry

Skills has to be seen as key in any focus on sustainable growth and, as with the example from Sri Lanka and the German led vocational skills centre Tanzania is exploring the same agenda. The World Bank has just produced a Report on “Light Manufacturing in Africa” and, at the launch in Dar-es-Salaam, Emmanuel Ole Naiko made clear […]

Humanitarian Logistics and the Transformational Agenda after an Emergency

There is more to any Humanitarian disaster than an immediate RESPONSE. It is not earthquakes that kill people – it is buildings; and so, many countries make themselves more RESILIENT to disaster ensuring that building standards can withstand geo-meterological threats and, that logistics procedures are in place to deal with worst case scenarios and facilitate […]

CIVETS and the transformational agenda

December 13, 2011 by  
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Mature markets are struggling and emerging and developing markets are becoming increasingly attractive to companies and investors looking for growth. Put this in perspective. Despite a 25% depreciation in sterling since 2007, only 4% of UK Exports go to the so called BRICs combined – this is less than the UK exports to Sweden! The […]

Transformational Retail

July 1, 2011 by  
Filed under Asia, Featured Articles, Retail

In an exclusive interview with the London Times (17 June 2011), Kishore Biyani, the founder of the Future Group (India’s largest retailer with more than 1,000 stores in 83 Indian cities), highlighted the problems facing International Retailers such as Tesco entering the Indian market: “They won’t be able to find spaces and they will find […]

Transforming the eco-system of logistics

February 11, 2011 by  
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Ever since 2006 on India’s National Day, the 26th January, the Future Group’s Big Bazaar superstores hold the Big Sale – Sabe Saste Din – and thousands of items are priced, in the words of one advert, as “cashews for peanuts”. This year the sale lasts for a few days but the first year saw […]

Transforming Logistics in Russia

August 25, 2010 by  
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Rob Bell from the Transformational Logistics Blog interviews Arseny Yershov – the Head of Marketing with National Customs Broker LLC, Russia, based in Moscow. The opinions expressed are personal and are all part of a process of opening up the debate on logistics and supply chain thinking and practice relevant to emerging and developing markets. […]

The World Bank Logistics Performance Index 2010 and Transformational Logistics

June 6, 2010 by  
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The World Bank LPI (Logistics Performance Index) 2010 has been released. This snapshot of selected performance indicators in nearly 130 countries demonstrates clearly the correlation between logistics performance and sustainable economic growth. This year, the analysis of this bi-annual Report has been expanded to include information on the time, cost and reliability of supply chains. Detailing […]