The Does Logistics Matter? Podcast is all about trends and innovations in supply chain and logistics. This episode features Pieter van den Broecke, Managing Director Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany at Manhattan Associates. Regular listeners to the show...
Visibility over shipments is the hot supply chain topic these days. Corporations are eager to know where their shipments are at all. Consumer expectations for rapid and low-cost business in a global and highly competitive environment prompt shippers to provide better...
You can read the full articles by clicking the link in the tweets. Online Supermarket Amazon Most people, including myself, are still shopping for groceries at brick & mortar supermarkets. In the Netherlands, only 1.7 % does their grocery shopping online. The...
I have said it before, and I will repeat it. I love Infographics. Good ones that are. Emerging Technologies Shaping the Future of Logistics The global logistics market is estimated to be worth about $4 trillion… The global transportation services market is the...
Technology is changing how logistics services are being provided, and also how logistics service providers themselves work. Increased use of technology also has an impact on the role the CIO or the head of the IT department has, transitioning from support to strategy....
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