Barcelona, October 8, 2018.- The US trade wars with other economic powers seem to positively affect the American economy. At the moment The American logistics operators struggle to attract new employees and respond to the high demand for consumer products. According to WSJ:
Barcelona, February 12, 2018.- Do we have any doubt that Amazon will be a global logistics operator?. The Jeff Bezos ecommerce has just taken a small step, for what is already a planned logistics strategy. A few months ago we asked ourselves here: UPS, FedEx,DHL have a new competitor: Amazon?. Today, the information that has just been published by the major American media (cnet.com) is the following:
Barcelona, October 9, 2017.- The innovations provided by technological giants, practically every month, are advances that, sooner or later, will land in the supply chain. Communications, connectivity, transparency of processes, software solutions, transport management with specialized technological platforms (TMS). Different phases of the business of transport will soak up the news of Google, Apple, Amazon or Facebook. That is why it is very interesting to read the following report of the World Economic Forum and that leads us to reflect on the technological rhythm that is looming.
USA, September 15, 2017.- The technology industry has one of Gartner’s main sources of serious and rigorous information. Today we bring here his famous Top 25 Supply Chain Ranking and the technological innovations that will be confirmed in the coming months.
UK, July 23, 2017. – The arrival of robots in the supply chain has been a reality for years. Day by day, the automation of logistics processes with robots increases. Here we have talked about autonomous trucks, autonomous ships, drones for inventory in warehouses, etc. Today we reflect on the collaboration between professional logistic and robot. A very current example is the Amazon robots that help prepare the orders in the store.
Barcelona, June 13, 2017.- The Internet of Things, goods connected to the Internet should today be one of the main tasks to be managed by logistics professionals. We present here studies, analyzes and assessments to understand the impact of IoT on the daily work of the supply chain.