20th - 21st JANUARY 2019 , KUALA LUMPUR

The global trade of goods and materials is a vital driver of economic growth and development, linking trading nations and consumer markets through an increasingly interconnected and interdependent global freight supply chain. International and domestic freight shipping is projected to continue to grow rapidly in the coming years and decades as export-oriented economies and developing nations generate more international trade. To better understand the impacts of global freight movement, consider that the freight industry transports trillions of dollars’ worth of goods every year to every corner of the globe and back.

2019 will be a turning point for supply and demand balance, which has plagued the freight and transportation industry for many years. It will be a transitional year. A vast and complex system of transportation networks, companies, and government agencies facilitate the movement of global freight. Still, the big unknowns that may change everything are fuel costs, trade discussions, disruptive entrants, and industry consolidation.

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