Friday 21st Sep 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Intimidating intelligence

Artificial intelligence is set to transform the logistics industry over the next few years, but a new study suggests that almost a third of companies fear that they will struggle to keep up with the rate of technological change.

Toshiba launches AR smart glasses

Toshiba has launched its dynaEdge Assisted Reality Smart Glasses which are designed to provide both hardware and software in one turnkey package to improve warehouse efficiency and picking accuracy using hands-free technology and voice controls.

Navy aircraft carriers all kitted out

Specialist division of Briggs Equipment Briggs Defence has undertaken a contract with the Defence Equipment and Support project team at the Ministry of Defence to equip Royal Navy’s flagship aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and sister ship HMS Prince of Wales with specially modified materials handling equipment.

DS Smith launches system to cut packaging size

DS Smith has launched packaging system, named Made2fit, designed to enable e-tailers to reduce packaging size and associated costs, including void fill, storage, shipping and administration.

Pets At Home invests £2.5 million in automation

UK pet supplies retailer Pets At Home is to implement a £2.5 million warehouse automation project from Conveyor Networks at its e-commerce distribution centre in Northampton to drive efficiencies, deliver real-time visibility and achieve greater productivity across operations.