Video | Shipsy | Communicate Last Mile With Better Visibility

Consumers are now used to having a seamless delivery experience every time and expect full information on their goods at any point of the logistics process. Communication is becoming key and technology would be essential for success. We spoke to Vohuman Bardi, Regional Vice President – EMEA & APAC, Shipsy during Home Delivery Europe in […]

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LIVE! Last Mile & Urban Warehousing

Join us now for the first Last Mile Webinar on urban warehousing. Livestream below! Join us for the rest of our webinars for free: 12th October – Fulfilment; 19th October – Technology; 26th October – Sustainability; 10:00 am: Hub-to-home: Logistics for a sustainable world: Shared, efficient and reliable. Marcus Hurd, Stuart UK;10:15 am: Urban hubs and […]

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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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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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Dr. Anand Assi Joins Last Mile Month

The last mile is in evolution, says Dr Anand Assi, who is joining Last Mile Month this October. Anand will be part of the panel of Order Fulfilment on 12th October. He is a proven supply chain thought-leader and business-model evangelist. With an impressive career that couples both a flagship business education and over 20 […]

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3PLs can minimise stock deterioration losses

ITV News recently broadcast  a report that was highly critical of the online giant Amazon for ‘destroying millions of items of unsold stock every year,’ writes Charlie Walker.  At Amazon’s Dunfermline warehouse,  according to ITV News, ‘products that are often new and unused are thrown into vast bins, carried away by lorries and dumped at either recycling centres […]

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