Tuesday 21st May 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Appy days

Is BYOD just an excuse for boardroom jewellery? Or could the new generation of smart devices and the apps that empower them be unlocking massive new potential? Johanna Parsons investigates

DHL unveils new cargo tracking app

DHL Global Forwarding has launched a new mobile app, DGF Cargo Mobile Tracking, to track its sea and air freight shipments by showing users their shipping history and the status of their current shipments

CitySprint launches iPhone app

CitySprint has launched an app, MyCourier, which enables credit card users and account customers to manage their same day deliveries in real time, anytime, anywhere

Cloud on the blue sky horizon

The rise of internet shopping, mobile phones and web-based applications have changed the way we live our lives, but what impact have these technological advancements had on logistics operations? Lucy Tesseras explores the latest trends in logistics IT

Barcode app for iPhone

KoamTac has released the KTSync keyboard wedge and application generation software for its KDC line of barcode scanners designed to work with smart phones like the iPhone

I spy cool tech for the supply chain

Fashion-conscious supply chain professionals could soon have a cast-iron case for demanding an iPhone as software houses develop apps for their supply chain execution systems.

Superbrand success for Stobart

Eddie Stobart has beaten DHL and UPS to come 32nd in the 2010 list of Superbrands. Only parcel giant FedEx Express, at 24th, came higher among transport and logistics companies.

Developing a taste for logistics

The introduction of a Continuing Professional Development scheme is perhaps the most significant step in management training that the logistics industry has seen for many years.