Robotics in logistics: the next Supply Chain transformation
According to a research made by DHL on actual and future use of robotics in logistics, 80% of current warehouses are not automated and work manually.
Amazon vs logistics providers: threat or opportunity?
Amazon recently signed a chartering agreement of 20 aircrafts with a leasing company, ATSG. This decision is a strategic move to control their outbound logistics network in the USA.
Wuhan: Central China transportation hub
I travelled this week in Wuhan, China to work on a supply chain project with a customer and found interesting to share some information with you about this 10-million people city.
Container weighing: are shippers SOLAS ready ?
The SOLAS Convention is generally considered as the most important of all international treaties regarding merchant ships safety.
Which ROI can you target when going international?
How to grow your international customer base from your domestic operations.
There are several ways to develop business abroad. Most of the small and medium-sized companies believe that going international require all the time to set-up a new venture abroad, invest and work in different business and cultural environments or dedicate a significant financial effort to this kind of project.
UKWA: Industry Leaders at House of Lords Luncheon 2016
Leading lights of the logistics industry provided thought provoking discussion at a Round Table Insights event, before enjoying UKWA’s Annual House of Lords Reception & Luncheon 2016.
Tokema is now on Twitter!
Join us on @Tokema_Intl to read news from the supply chain and the global logistics industry, to follow Tokema's news and chat with us!
Dry bulk shipping needs drastic measures or else risk further malaise
We found interesting to share this article from the American Journal of Transportation regarding the bulk carrier market challenges.
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