Transport + Drone: Test with loads of 100 kg

Barcelona, May 11, 2021.- Different transport and logistics companies continue to carry out tests to verify the viability of the drone as a tool for the last mile. Perhaps the drone, whatever its size and autonomy, is not useful in any urban or rural area. However, in certain geographical circumstances it can become an efficient added value for the supply chain. Here are the UK´s Royal Mail results:

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Business to business trade activity grew by 10% in the first quarter of 2021, but a recent surge in order volumes is creating fresh challenges for suppliers

Barcelona, May 4, 2021.- Manufacturing & Logistics IT Magazine has published an analysis with the latest short-term data on the world movement of goods. Figures that show the trend in the coming months for the vast majority of economies and their supply chains.

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Big data presents supply chain and warehouse managers with an unprecedented opportunity to acquire real-time visibility of goods in transit and part of inventory

Barcelona, April 27, 2021.- The information of the supply chain in data must be processed, understood, valued and extracted from business decisions. Otherwise, having millions of data every minute is a waste of time and resources. Below, SnapFulfil CEO Tony Dobson reflects on Big Data and Logistics.

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Russian airship manufacturer Aerosmena is to launch its lenticular-shaped 600 tonne payload airship in 2024

Barcelona, April 20, 2021.- According to The Aviation Industry Hub, the aircraft has been designed to perform transport and logistics tasks regardless of ground infrastructure with no need for ports, roads, waterways, airports, airfields, railways, hangars or runways. Aerosmena said the “flying saucer” design will make the airship easier to manoeuvre and landing in a crosswind than other airship projects which use a more traditional elongated hull shape.

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