The world of logistics has frequently been under the media spotlight in the past year. From container shortages, and skyrocketing shipping costs through to the grounding of the Evergreen container ship in the Suez Canal, the world of logistics has been hitting the headlines.
PG’s logistics department is well versed in navigating the high seas of moving goods across the world and our team keeps a watchful captain’s eye on all the latest news and updates. From cutting-edge technology advances to playing a key role in the current Indian Covid crisis, below are some highlights on the technological advances being made in logistics across the world.
Independent international B2B fashion network FashionUnited talks to Andreas Nierlich, Sales Director Retail EMEA DACH at Blue Yonder about how artificial intelligence (AI), planning and transparency can help with managing an organisation’s logistics.
The Indian logistics sector is currently worth approximately $200 billion with significant growth forecasted. This update from publisher YourStory looks at how analytics and technology will drive the data insights, transparency and efficiencies needed to help the industry grow to its predicted $320-330 billion in the next five years.
Medicine from the Sky Project using Drones and Technology to help fight the Covid Surge in India
Blue Dart Med-Express Consortium has been established by Blue Dart, one of the major logistics organisations in India to streamline delivery of vaccines and emergency medical supplies to remote parts of the country with drones. The pilot programme is assessing alternative logistics routes to help get medicine, vaccines and equipment to areas in need.