When I first sat in an all-electric car fifteen years ago, something told me it wasn’t a passing fad, it wasn’t just about a different drive train, I felt it represented the seeds of a very profound shift.
The Internet of Things presents a unique technology transition that is impacting all our lives. It will have major implications for the business of logistics.
As poverty declines, better healthcare is reaching more people and improving more lives around the world than ever before. Logistics providers need to innovate to meet the growing needs of the expanding life sciences and healthcare industry.
Rail transport has never seen better days. Developments, especially on the Asia-Europe trade lanes, are giving rise to opportunities for this relatively new transport option in the region.
Transport design is about more than functionality. In a world increasingly aware of the importance of sustainable practices, design must embrace two key principles: the need for longevity and to promote a change in behaviour.
Creating a real competitive edge in a mature market is no easy task. The highly competitive express business in the US and Europe presents a prime example of a market in which companies need to explore innovative ideas at the margins in order to stay a step ahead.
Self-driving vehicles will change the world of logistics. The question is no longer “if” but “when” – and we’re in the pole position when it comes to innovation and the future of this technology. Our latest trend report, “Self-Driving Vehicles in Logistics”, takes you on a journey of discovery, shining the headlights on the technology’s key elements, benefits and limitations, as well as on best-practice applications and specific use cases across the entire logistics value chain.