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Global Logistics Media To Launch Video Series

Global Logistics Media To Launch Groundbreaking Online Video Series

16 October 2013 - In an industry first, Global Logistics Media (GLM) is producing an online video series focused on the logistics industry across the Asia Pacific Region.

The online series launches on November 1st, with 36 highly impactive videos aimed at increasing industry capabilities of executives, business owners and logistics professionals alike.

The extensive range of topics is relevant to businesses with a strong logistics function; these businesses may be looking to either, expand into emerging markets, adopt smarter supply chain practices or outsource their warehousing and distribution.

The Series features no less than 31 highly respected, expert Contributors, who are regarded as thought-leaders within their own verticals of the logistics industry. They also represent the most influential and innovative companies in the world such as UPS, FedEx, Maersk, DHL, Microsoft, SSI Schaefer and more.

GLM CEO, Nigel Lewis says,

“If we are going to increase the capabilities of executives, business owners and logistics professionals then we must engage with companies and industry executives who are leading the way. This is why we have bought together a power packed line-up of expert contributors who will share their experiences, insight and knowledge across a wide range of topics.”

In a recent industry survey, Global Logistics Media asked 500 logistics executives what was most important to them when engaging with a potential service provider. Overwhelmingly, their response came down to three key areas; 1. Collaboration, 2. Partnership, and 3. Trust.

These three key areas have been woven in to this online video series. It will demonstrate how logistics companies collaborate with prospective clients to understand their business objectives, partner in delivering the business solution, then develop trust through ongoing support.

The Global Logistics Media online video series landing page will launch on the 1st of November.

About Global Logistics Media

Global Logistics Media is an online media organization focused on providing critical industry information to thousands of business owners, executives and logistics professionals around the world.

With an integrated business directory, jobs board and product listings, GLM is the premier online resource and information centre for all logistics professionals, whether logistics is your business or an important element of your business.

For more information visit www.globallogisticsmedia.com
To view the full line-up of video topics and executives featuring in the Global Logistics Media Online Video series visit: http://www.globallogisticsmedia.com/asiapacific

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