Wednesday 19th Feb 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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People tracking: the next innovation

There was a time when it was considered cutting edge for a parcels company to be able to track the parcels going through its network. That’s taken for granted now, and in future it seems, the really important thing will be to track the recipients.

An innovation revolution

Technology and customer demands are changing rapidly in the spare parts market. Leading professionals discuss how these changes are impacting the industry at our round table sponsored by Flex.

TGW buys robotics specialist

TGW Logistics has acquired robotics company CHM Automatisierungstechnik, which is based in Stephanskirchen in Germany.

DHL pilots new robots for value-added tasks

DHL pilots new robots for value-added tasks

DHL is testing two collaborative robots on co-packing and value-added tasks in its warehouses. The robots, called Baxter and Sawyer, have been working on a number of tasks, including: assembly, kitting, packaging and pre-retail services.

Are robots really ready to take over?

Logistics operations have seen a steady growth in the use of automation, and we are starting to see robots becoming available. But, asks Malory Davies, how long will it be before they make a real impact?

Inventory innovation

Inventory management and optimisation is once of the most challenging tasks facing supply chain professionals. So what does it take to get it right? Malory Davies asks the questions.