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UK retailers lag in implementing AI


Retailers in the United Kingdom are using artificial intelligence (AI) at a much slower pace than other industries in the country. Over half of UK retailers are still not using machine intelligence, while this share is much lower among financial services companies or manufacturers. A new research report by Microsoft Continue reading Source: News

London leads way in making greener logistics a reality


Welcome to our Logistics feature. People in the business have been saying to us for years that running logistics operations in London is uniquely complex, with the high population density and slow moving traffic. But at the same time everyone wants their logistics operations to be cleaner and greener, and the Ultra Low Emission Zone […]

P&O Ferrymasters invest in 675 new Huckepack trailers


P&O Ferrymasters has responded to rising customer demand for freight transport between Poznan in Poland and Europe’s busiest port at Rotterdam by making a major investment in 150 huckepack trailers for its train service on the route. The huckepack trailers – which have the flexibility of being able to be put on a train or […]

Snapfulfil chosen to keep up with Johnstons


Johnston Logistics UK has selected Snapfulfil warehouse management system (WMS) to help deliver its next stage of growth. The warehousing, logistics and fulfilment specialists, who handle over 400,000 pallets every year, have chosen the powerful Britishdeveloped software to help keep them ahead of the pack. “Our clients need to know their materials, goods and customer […]

Calor showcases alternative fuel offering at Expo


Calor will be exhibiting at this year’s Freight in the City Expo, promoting its alternative fuel offering for freight operators looking to meet the ambitions of the government’s recently launched Road to Zero strategy. Taking place on 6th November at Alexandra Palace in London, Calor will be available on stand SAB and is the official […]

Gothenburg Port Container Traffic Up by 20%


Freight volumes passing through the Port of Gothenburg during the year to date are as follows. Container traffic is up 20% compared with the preceding year, and energy product flows remain consistently strong.A press release from the deep-water… Source: News

Supply Chain News on Are Distribution Centers without the Need for Human Workers on the Horizon


Goal is Total DC Automation, Mujin CEO Says Source: News

Martin Bencher expands in North America


Scandinavian based Shipping and Freight Forwarding company Martin Bencher expands in North America with an office in Vancouver, BC, Canada.A press release from the project logistics company quoted  Peter Thorsoe Jensen, CEO MB Group as saying… Source: News

CBRE: retailers drawing online shoppers into stores with ship-to-store tactic


Approach avoids expensive last-mile delivery, tempts consumers with extra purchases, report says. Source: News

Digital Twins Support Supply Chain Optimization


Digital twin is the phrase used to describe a computerized (or digital) version of a physical asset or process. The digital twin contains a sensor or sensors that collects data to feed the asset model. These concepts have implications for complex production scheduling. The post Digital Twins Support Supply Chain Optimization appeared first on Logistics […]

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