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Insights from Philippines and Hong Kong logistics events


02 January 2019

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It has been a very busy final quarter for Indigo Software and our experience, after attending two of Asia’s largest logistics and supply chain events in late 2018, demonstrates just how much commercial potential our work across this continent offers.

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  • Key trends for logistics professionals to expect in 2019

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    08 October 2018

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