Singapore
13th-14th October 2015

Why choose a Ti Event?

Ti is the market leader when it comes to the provision of research and analysis on the logistics industry in Emerging Markets and is a proven deliverer of high quality, thought provoking events with experience in Europe, Asia, North America, and the Middle East

Ti events typically see attendance from 150-200 senior level professionals across the industry including logistics providers, shippers, government supporting organisations, high tech experts, economists, property developers, consultants and investors.

Exclusive networking

Ti’s contact database of +27,000 global industry professionals means that we can guarantee an impressive attendee list, an example of which can be seen from Ti’s last event, Emerging Markets More.

Singapore 2014 »

Ti's latest event, The Emerging Markets Logistics conference held at the Pan Pacific hotel Singapore, partnered by Agility, was a renowned success and an invaluable experience for all who attended. With over 200 registered delegates, expert analysts from Ti presented and led panel discussions with industry experts from Agility, World Bank, Jabil, Kewill, UPS, Hewlett Packard, CEVA, Stifel,

Virtual Partners, Singapore Post, DHL, Assurance Box, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Logistics Executive, T Malone Consulting, ESP, Corporate Value Associates, Maersk, South African Association of Freight Forwarders and Johnson & Johnson.

Further information about this event, can be found here.

Dubai 2014 »

Ti's latest event, Emerging Markets Logistics Dubai, partnered by Agility, was a renowned success and an invaluable experience for all who attended. With over 200 registered delegates, expert analysts from Ti presented and led panel discussions with industry experts from Agility, World Economic Forum, Aramex, S2S

IMI Group, Ethiad Rail, Mondelez Middle East, Virtual Partners, ATMS, Nokia, Kewill, National Air Cargo, Corporate Value Associates, Tejuri, Al Faisaliah Group and UPS.

Further information about this event can be found here.

Research Centre »

Mobile Customer Engagement

Due to the availability of high-speed wireless networks, access to the Internet is 'almost' universal. The combination of a powerful computing device (smartphone) and ubiquitous connectivity to an infinite data and computing resource, will be profound. It will impact the logistics industry in many unexpected ways.300 download

Regional Integration in Africa: what it means to trade

A guest author's discussion of the trade corridors in Sub-Equatorial Africa’s emerging economies that facilitate exports from the region. download

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