The Logistics Point Magazine May 2020
Updated: May 9
Going back home! The supply chain will never be the same after the current crisis. Already managers are looking into how they will have to rewrite the rules and adapt to an environment where goods are scarce. The result could be moving production closer where it can be controlled.
Read the May edition here.
Logistics and Data - The Big Unknown Big Data and AI could transform the industry, but are we ready for it?
The Big Supply Chain Homecoming Organisations want more control so just-in-time might not be anymore.
Warehouse demand still strong despite virus More automated warehouses and fewer offices in the future.
Port of Hamburg is looking beyond the mega ships The port sees future growth in ports and out of harbour borders in hinterland traffic.
The circle of a startup - born and reborn What does it take to set up a startup?
Seamless travel depends on data sharing Can MaaS companies convince customers to share their data?