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Supply chain trends and tech opportunities explored at Multimodal 2018

Supply chain trends and tech opportunities explored at Multimodal 2018

The latest supply chain trends, the effects of disruptive new technologies in logistics, and developments arising from modal shift are just three of the topics to be explored at Multimodal 2018.

Big Data Analytics – realising the potential

Big Data Analytics – realising the potential

Big Data is an increasingly coined term used to reference the vast, varied and often complex sources of information now available to businesses. Through the sophisticated algorithms built into modern Big Data Analytics tools, valuable business insight can be derived through harvesting better structured, relevant data from manifold unstructured sources.

Manufacturing & Logistics IT spoke with a number of experts from the vendor and analyst communities about recent developments within the Big Data Analytics arena.

On the road to a greener 2018: How digital transformation enables sustainable logistics

On the road to a greener 2018: How digital transformation enables sustainable logistics

By Kushal Nahata, CEO of FarEye.

The logistics industry generates around 6% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to the findings of the Global Logistics Emission Council (GLEC) Framework.

Renovotec introduces rugged managed print service

Renovotec introduces rugged managed print service

Renovotec software and services provider for logistics, manufacturing and retail companies, is launching a specialist managed print service (MPS) for rugged hardware, supply chain environments, to include cloud, rental and fully outsourced options.

Manufacturing & Logistics IT - December 2017 Reference Annual

Manufacturing & Logistics IT - December 2017 Reference Annual

The December 2017 Reference Annual edition of Manufacturing & Logistics IT features a Special Technology Report on Big Data Analytics

For this report, we spoke with a number of experts from the vendor and analyst communities about recent developments within this fascinating technology space.

In addition, this edition of Manufacturing & Logistics IT features a round-up of other exclusive Special Technology Reports from 2017.

GateHouse Logistics releases upgraded road theft tool

GateHouse Logistics releases upgraded road theft tool

Logistics data unifier and aggregator, GateHouse Logistics A/S, has released an updated version of its ghSecure module to help shippers to better combat high-value road theft. ghSecure is a further module of the firm's ghTrack platform for the connected supply chain.

Foodex returns to offer 360° view of the UK food and drink manufacturing industry

Foodex returns to offer 360° view of the UK food and drink manufacturing industry

Foodex 2018, the UK trade event for the food and drink processing, packaging and logistics industries, will return to the NEC Birmingham from 16-18 April next year.

Lexmark introduces Supply Chain Document Optimization for Manufacturing

Lexmark introduces Supply Chain Document Optimization for Manufacturing

Lexmark International, Inc., the global imaging solutions provider, has announced the European launch of Lexmark Supply Chain Document Optimization for Manufacturing, a solution that leverages the Lexmark Smart multifunction printer platform and streamlines manual processes to help manufacturers gain visibility into supply chain logistics, consolidate devices, increase productivity and lower costs.

CML advises businesses on how to utilise logistics at Brexit Procurement & Supply Chain Forum

CML advises businesses on how to utilise logistics at Brexit Procurement & Supply Chain Forum

On the 15th of November, Paul Bambrough-Smith, Global Logistics Manager at CML, was invited to speak at the Brexit Procurement & Supply Chain Forum at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London.

The rise of artificial intelligence – Why the logistics sector needs to innovate to accommodate

The rise of artificial intelligence – Why the logistics sector needs to innovate to accommodate

The logistics industry is ever evolving, one of the major changes being the rise in artificial intelligence, which is inevitably having a major impact across all parts of the distribution chain. Logistic players, both large and small may be left wondering what these changes will mean for a human workforce in the near future. Tony Hughes, CEO of Huthwaite International, discusses the emerging trends in AI, such as voice recognition, as well as the pros and cons of this developing technology for companies.

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