It is a hot topic, and this is no exception in the distribution sector. From minimising the amount of plastic disposed of in the warehouse, to the machines delivering the goods, New Zealand seems to be well on its way.
Supply chain technology provider Körber has introduced two innovative robot solutions to the APAC market. As the industry continues to explore autonomous solutions to improve efficiencies and productivity, Körber remains ahead of the curve and has expanded its autonomous solutions range to provide customers with the very latest developments in robotic technology.
Goodman New Zealand has made an extensive commitment to sustainable developments, and not just in terms of the buildings that the company owns or develops, but also as an operating business.
The Irish manufacturer Combilift recently marked a further milestone when its 60,000th unit came off the production lines at the company HQ in Monaghan and was shipped to this side of the world. The customer taking delivery of this special forklift is Metroll, a leading Australian manufacturer and supplier of steel building products including roofing, cladding, rainwater, structural and fencing.
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he BEC, EECA and PSI, have launched the New Zealand Energy Scenarios TIMES-NZ 2.0 to help leaders in government, businesses and academia make better informed decisions in a world where uncertainty is growing.
The boom in online shopping has put increased demand on the logistics industry, resulting in continued growth in road and air freight. An expert in environmental training and certification for large organisations warns that the logistics sector will contribute to alarming carbon emission levels if it does not effectively and strategically combat emissions now – but a successful environmental strategy must be led by boards and executive leaders.
NZTech has won a key New Zealand Hi-Tech award for its efforts in creating a socially and economically prosperous New Zealand underpinned by technology.
As the effects of the pandemic continue to put pressure on supply chains, new research has revealed that over 70% of Australian transportation and logistics (T&L) companies made investments in new technology to support them during COVID-19.
NZ company AFCryo teams up with CPH2 to take on the global decarbonisation challenge with a revolutionary system for on-demand hydrogen and oxygen production from renewable energy.