Last Mile and the Mailroom: An Uneasy Relationship

Mailrooms and the built environment has felt the brunt of online shopping and the revolutions in last mile logistics first hand. The tools, however, do exist to help them mitigate the biggest issues this new wave of ecommerce has caused. Arthur Zargaryan, Founder Parcel Tracker, writes for The Logistics Point about the uneasy relationship between […]

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How to choose the right cargo bike?

Logistics organisations are looking at cargo bikes but how do they choose the right one? Charlie Ford, an independent consultant at Hatat Solutions, will bring some clarity on that topic this October during the four last mile webinars, organised by The Logistics Point. To learn more about the right cargo bike just register here for […]

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Free Last Mile Webinars: Rediscover the Last Mile

Have you claimed your free ticket for the live webinar sessions on the Last Mile, organised by The Logistics Point? The free online event starts on the 5th October at 10am UK time with three more days of last mile insights:5th October (Warehousing), 12th October (Fulfillment), 19th October (Technology), 26th October (Sustainability). Get your free ticket here! One registration is […]

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Last Mile Month: Meet the Speakers

October is fast approaching and with it we are excited to bring the Last Mile Month online event. We are sure you know how hard last mile is and hope you are as excited as we are about the event. You can register here for free! You can now meet the majority of our speakers […]

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Logistics adopts a hybrid working model

Logistics and supply chain professionals were not spared from the pandemic. For an industry that relies on personal contact for many it was hard to adjust to working from home. Lindsay Mifsud, a Sales Director in a large supply chain organisation, spoke to The Logistics Point about the challenges of working from home and how […]

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VIDEO|Digitising the Point-of-Sale improves visibility and sustainability

Small and medium size retailers have often struggled to bridge the gap with their larger competitors when it comes to implementing technology. According to Julian Fisher, CEO and founder of Jisp, and Stephen Back, Managing Director, Marin’s UK & Ireland, SMEs can now use smart technology for a fraction of the price and with the […]

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NewMotion’s public charging network makes ‘longest European EV road trip’ possible

 NewMotion, a leader in smart EV charging solutions and a Shell group company, announces new roaming partnerships with four new roaming partners in four European countries. These critical partnerships contribute to over 50,000 charging connections that have been added to the public charging network across the continent within seven months allowing NewMotion to now offer […]

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URB-E Joins Last Mile Month Event

‘Small scale e-cargo adoption is possible in any city, but if we want to move to a different class of vehicle for deliveries, there needs to be more regulation and support by local governments for using bike lanes for delivery,’ says Charles Jolley, CEO of URB-E, a US based last mile specialist. URB-E is joining […]

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Automating last mile with lockers and robots

Scaling e-commerce with the tools of the past doesn’t work anymore. Technology needs to be deployed in such a way that consumers and retailers can connect and feel satisfied by it. ‘Because of e-commerce growth the lockers’ market has been growing a lot during the last year,’ says Arti Kütt, COO at Cleveron, a company […]

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Last Mile Needs More Local Support|Charles Jolley, URB-E

The sustainable last mile model is experiencing a boom but it needs more support from local governments to ensure that it is sustainable and can compete with more traditional delivery models. We spoke to Charles Jolley, CEO of URB-E about what needs to be done. And if you want to learn more about last mile […]

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