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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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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AutoStore announces the arrival of new CarouselPort 4.0

AutoStore, the leading robotic technology company, has announced the redesign of its signature CarouselPort with new features and benefits for improved order fulfillment in evolving warehouses. CarouselPort is designed to advance workstation productivity and operates in harmony with AutoStore robots to ensure coordination between robot and staff.The new CarouselPort 4.0 enables a lower operating cost […]

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Parcel Tracker Joins Last Mile Month Event

Parcel Tracker, powered by the first AI based computer vision parcel management system, is joining the Last Mile Month Event this October. Arthur Zargaryan, co-founder of Parcel Tracker, is going to share his views on last mile technology on 19th October. Arthur Zargaryan is the co-founder of Parcel Tracker an AI powered internal parcel tracking […]

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Gophr Joins Last Mile Month Event

‘One of the biggest drivers of inefficiencies in modern last mile deliveries is the requirement for speed, and for very specific use cases like restaurant or grocery delivery,’ says Seb Robert, CEO of the last mile specialist Gophr. Robert is joining the Last Mile Month this October to share his views on fulfilment and how […]

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Is the last mile overheating?

As with all other aspects of logistics, last mile operations also experienced change during the last two years. Seb Robert, CEO of the last mile specialist Gophr, however, is not ready to blame all changes on Covid. He spoke to The Logistics Point about how the last mile has transformed and what the future holds […]

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Omniopti Joins Last Mile Month

Implementing the right technology for the last mile is no easy task. Martin Pečar, founder of OmniOpti, knows this very well. Pečar is joining us this October 19th to talk about how last mile can benefit from technology and what it would mean for logistics organisations. Register for the free online event here! Omniopti an […]

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RightHand Robotics Joins Last Mile Month

‘The last mile starts with autonomous robotic piece-picking’ is the tittle of RightHand Robotics’ presentation for the Technology webinar during Last Mile Month on the 19th October. The company joins the list of last mile experts to deliver an insightful talk on automation and the last mile. Join Vince Martinelli, Head of Product & Marketing […]

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Robots and the last mile

Autonomous solutions can help the last mile develop and become more efficient. Very often companies are deploying them at the very end of the goods’ journey but warehouses can also become a spot where last mile is being optimised. The Logistics Point spoke to Herbert ten Have, CEO of Fizyr about automation and the last […]

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