10 things eft’s been reading this week
Start-ups in the supply chain part I
In our first 10 things of this new year we thought we would start by looking at something new and fresh to mark it in the form of emerging start-ups around the world the world. It seems our industry is ripe for disruption as we have had to split this edition of 10 things eft’s been reading into two parts. Read on to maybe find the next big thing to revolutionise our industry (and one that definitely won’t) and stay tuned for next week’s addition for more.
6 European logistics start-ups to watch in 2019. [eDelivery]
This Michigan startup may be the world’s first supply chain analyst bot. [Techli]
Startups offer solutions to fix supply chain woes for consumer goods firms. [TheEconomicTimes.com]
This Chinese AI Startup Aims To Disrupt Global Logistics With Robotic Arms And Computer Vision. [Forbes]
Beyond Flipkart and Amazon, a new breed of startups is powering small sellers to ride the ecommerce wave in every corner of India. [YourStory]
Seaborne Freight is the ferry startup that journalists love to hate. [The Economist]
Logistics startup Vaahika making strides in India. [The loadstar]
EbixCash acquires startup Routier, a B2B trucking logistics marketplace. [TheEconomicTimes.com]
8 Dutch startups that are making logistics and transport industry smarter. [Silicon Canals]
Spanish freight transport platform Ontruck sees exponential growth in UK market since launching in January. [EU-Startups]
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