Posted September 07, 2018 13:31:37The U.S. has been the dominant nation for logistics in the past few years, with a large share of the nation’s logistics workforce based in the United States.
However, there are several countries in the region with more than one-third of the U.N.’s workforce working in logistics, with China and the Philippines being two of the biggest exporters.
China, the U.”s largest trade partner and largest source of logistics labor, is expanding its presence in Asia and the Pacific, which has been a hotbed of growth for China in recent years.
China has been expanding its logistics workforce in Asia, and its presence has helped push up the demand for Chinese labor in the U.-S.
market, where the U-S.
is the world’s third-largest exporter of goods.
China is expected to see its logistics labor force expand by a staggering 4.5 percent this year, according to Bloomberg.
The U.K. will also see a sizable uptick in its logistics market, which will see nearly a third of its workforce in the next year.