10 things eft’s been reading this week

Oct 12, 2018
Not just a buzzword anymore

3PL providers and shippers struggling to improve agility as infrastructure and workforce readiness hampers capabilities finds study

Oct 11, 2018
42% of respondents said they have not made the required changes to improve their agility over the past five years according to the 2019 Third-Party Logistics Study

Hyperloop could create $10bn supply chain manufacturing ecosystem

Oct 10, 2018
Hyperloop has the potential to create a $10 billion supply chain manufacturing ecosystem in the Middle East, says Virgin Hyperloop One. First published on www.ITSInternational.com.

Honeywell buys warehouse automation company Transnorm for €425 Million

Oct 9, 2018
Honeywell has signed an agreement to acquire privately held, warehouse automation business Transnorm for approximately €425 million from IK Investment Partners.

Blume Global announces new platform to manage assets across the supply chain

Oct 8, 2018
Blume Global has announced a real-time, collaborative global supply chain ecosystem that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

10 things eft’s been reading this week

Oct 5, 2018
It’s a war out there!

Telematics company BigRoad Freight launches app features for truck drivers to find loads

Oct 5, 2018
BigRoad Freight have announced they are expanding their app with a service that matches loads to drivers and allows for payments and route analysis, putting it in competition with Uber

Mobility as a Service to replace 2.3bn annual car journeys by 2023, says Juniper

Oct 3, 2018
A major shift in urban markets is occurring with Western markets leading the way according to a new report. First published on www.ITSInternational.com.

Benefits of hiring a third-party logistics provider

Oct 2, 2018
Kevin Hill of Quality Scales takes a look at the advantages of working with a third party logistics (3PL) provider and what that can mean for your business

Deep learning-powered autonomous truck perceives objects at 1 km

Oct 1, 2018
Autonomous truck company TuSimple uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) technology to train their Level 4 self-driving fleet