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Schenker’s new automated truck is a pointer to greater on-site productivity

Cutting through all of the hype around autonomous trucks, the latest development from DB Schenker and its technology partner Einride, is an interesting step forward in automation for on-site materials handling and warehousing.

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Black Friday – boon for retailers, nightmare for... Following the 2013 and 2014 Black Friday fiasco when couriers…

CEVA and CMA CGM outline new relationship and... CEVA has been outlining a new strategic direction and it…

European road freight market motors ahead in 2018, says new report The latest report by Ti finds that the market is experiencing growth rates not…

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KFC’s switch to DHL goes wrong Only rarely does the importance of logistics procurement burst into…

New Ti report says automotive logistics undergoing more change than... Ti’s latest report, Automotive Supply Chain and Logistics 2018, asserts…

Drone delivery begins to find a place in logistics On September 20, US drone manufacturer Matternet unveiled an automated…

Sinotrans reports double-digit H1 volume growth in numerous... The Chinese freight forwarder Sinotrans has reported first half revenues…

Maersk shrugs off $300m cost of cyber attack as freight... Maersk Line posted a profit of $339m in the second…

Renault bets big on Iran Earlier this week, Renault signed a joint venture agreement with…