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According to the Productivity Commission, New Zealand tends to lag behind other developed countries in its adoption of new technologies, including automation. With worker shortages and rising demand for next-day deliveries shifting the calculus in favour of automated solutions, is this about to change? Here, John Young, APAC country supplier at automation equipment supplier EU Automation, argues that New Zealand may be on the edge of a wave of warehouse automation.
Manawatū has emerged as one of New Zealand’s most resilient regions to come out of Covid-19, with some of the country’s leading companies heavily investing in the region.
The year 2022 will be known for the RAT, or rapid antigen test. It’s not the most elegant of product names, but for businesses the hunt is on for an ongoing and steady supply of RATs, to keep their staff healthy and at work and the steering wheel of the economy.
In many ways, 2021 was more challenging than 2020 and businesses are now turning to technology at rapid pace. So what will 2022 look like?
As the global and Australian supply chain crisis continues to disrupt the retail industry, consumers are being forced to change their shopping habits and buy local for speed and availability, new research from mobile and IoT provider SOTI has found.
Körber, an international technology group, and KKR, a leading global investment firm, has announced that KKR has acquired a significant minority stake in Körber’s supply chain software business. This strategic partnership is expected to enable Körber’s supply chain software business to become a global leader with enhanced end-to-end solutions for customers worldwide. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
ProducePronto operates a fleet of 20 tri-temperature zoned vehicles delivering fresh and frozen food around the country.
Mt Maunganui-based port logistics company ISO Limited has announced the arrival of two world-leading mobile harbour cranes for safer and more efficient handling of cargo at its operation at Eastland Port in Te Tairāwhiti Gisborne.
Forklift and materials handling company, Hyster, is expanding its service offering – including safety training and logistical support in remote locations – with the appointment of PortxGroup as a Hyster dealer servicing the Pacific region.