Transport

Complex vs. complicated

How to create the best possible terminal?

Innovation: The Key to Addressing NEV Charging Pain Points in China

China’s new energy vehicle (NEV) ownership had reached over 2.6 million (including both passenger and commercial vehicles) by the end of 2018, with a compound annual growth rate of 120 per cent over the past five years.

Mobility as a Service

A Chinese perspective on the next transportation disruption

How B2C Companies Can Win

Navigating the increasingly competitive Chinese automotive aftermarket

Behind China’s Economic Rise

The role of aviation logistics and its future

Driving change in China

New commercial vehicle standard represents Chamber lobbying success

Air Connectivity as an Enabler

Air connectivity is the key to unlocking a country’s economic growth potential, according Juha Järvinen, Chief Commercial Officer of Finnair.

Moving the next billion travellers in China

For the first time in history international visitor arrivals surpassed 1 billion globally (1.035 billion)[1] in 2012.

Image courtesy of Lufthansa

‘I’ in the Sky

Obtaining government approval for new aviation projects or initiatives in China is a complicated procedure for foreign airlines

Who Will Bail Out China’s Shipyards?

As recently as the late 1980s, the Chinese shipbuilding industry was a hodgepodge of small, government-owned shipyards building hulls with techniques and technologies that were outdated since the Second World War.