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.
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Calling all supply chain, distribution, logistics, e-commerce and retail professionals – Elevate APAC is here. Offering a unique opportunity to connect, network and share supply chain technology transformation journeys with some of the region’s leading individuals and organisations, the inaugural Körber Elevate APAC 2021 is the must-attend supply chain event of the year.
In Budget 2021, the government delivered $1.3 billion to rail, to build trains and boost freight capacity.
As part of its key initiative to support future growth, global clothing designer and manufacturer AS Colour has deployed a Cloud-Enabled Wi-Fi 6 solution with Extreme Networks and Dematic to improve mobile device connectivity and efficiency within the warehouse.
Australia’s oldest single-family owned meat processor, John Dee, has commenced the implementation of the Dematic Multishuttle meat buffer storage and handling system at its Queensland abattoir in Warwick to meet growth in customer demand and streamline operations in sub-zero conditions.
gnificant rail investment in Budget 2021 is another major and welcome step to making KiwiRail sustainable, Group chief executive Greg Miller says.
Now 32 years into operation, Transfreight has established itself as a ‘boutique provider’ of freight solutions and is planning big things for the future.
With changing consumer behaviour driving the rapid growth in e-commerce, the brownfield site in Mt Roskill is being redeveloped to help meet demand for strategically located distribution space across the city.