The objectives of this document are to provide an overview of the Open Source Solution (OSS), who is involved, as well as how and when it will be deployed.
The objectives of this document are to provide an overview of the Shipping Industry and the Global Economy, which will be top priority for the shipping industry in the year to come.
MENA 2008 Economic Developments and Prospects: Regional Integration for Global Competitiveness – World Bank
The aim of this report is to identify the forces shaping economic outcomes in the MENA region and to highlight the key issues that affect the region’s growth prospects. The thematic chapter focuses on regional integration as seen from a broader perspective that includes trade in goods and services, labor, capital, and infrastructure.
2007 Logistics Performance Index and Its Indicators: Connecting to Compete: Trade Logistics in the Global Economy – World Bank
This report aims to shed light on how different countries are doing in the area of trade logistics, and what they can do to improve their performance.
This document examines the key causes of shipment delays and provides the advantages and strategies that the Global Horizontal E-Logistics System provides.
The Global Horizontal E-Logistics System (GHELS) – Proven in Practice: Phase One – 2003 – Secure Cargo Anti-Terrorism Coalition (SCAC)
The SCAC has successfully completed the first Phase of the GHELS pilot program. The project’s objective is to demonstrate the efficacy of the Cargo Security Plan as presented to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security in July 2003.
This document presents the testimony of Captain H. Salloum, President and CEO of AXIOLOG, to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Homeland Security on “Best Business Practices for Securing America’s Borders” in Washington, D.C. on July 23, 2003.
This document encompasses Captain H. Salloum’s presentation during the League of Arab States Meeting held in Cairo on December 13 and 14, 2003. It aims to create economic progress and reform through the Arab Public-Private Partnership Initiative.
Delivering commercial benefits for all participants in global logistics is the basis of Carriersnets’ worldwide PCT patents, priority date June 1999. In analyzing the needs of homeland security, company management quickly realized the system’s unique features and functionality can improve cargo security by intelligently collecting and organizing global shipping data to enable new enterprise and shipment monitoring and screening capabilities, as outlined in this article by Captain Salloum, H.