China points to changing trends and patterns of consumption following COVID-19 outbreak

May 22, 2020
Crisis accelerating e-commerce and increasing interest in foodstuffs’ providence and safety

Reversing globalisation: Near shoring, reshoring or staying put?

May 20, 2020
Cheap labour and even cheaper shipping made offshoring incredibly attractive. Has that gamble backfired and are manufacturers about to bring production back or are they fighting impossible economics? Eft asks experts from PwC, McKinsey and Zencargo to find out

The need to know

May 20, 2020
Rounding up the business-critical news for supply chain and transportation executives for the week of the 18th March 2020

Autonomous logistic services market is predicted to grow 41.7% per year over next decade

May 20, 2020
Increasing acceptance of autonomous vehicles is opening up opportunities to sell additional mobility services, with autonomous logistics one of the big winners

New online insight hub revealed to increase intelligence resources for supply chain decision makers

May 19, 2020
Following their acquisition by Thomson Reuters in October 2019, Eye for Transport (eft), the team behind the world’s leading Supply Chain Summit, are making their incredible insights and analysis collections available for free in a new industry intelligence hub

Uber Freight partners with BluJay to widen access to its marketplace

May 18, 2020
Tech company allows API integration to give access to Uber Freight

Why being close to your suppliers reduces your risk in a time of a crisis

May 18, 2020
Sustainable practices and being close to your suppliers can help build the strength necessary to weather a crisis says McCormick, a flavour company that sources locally but operates globally

Volvo and Daimler’s truck divisions to jointly develop fuel cells

May 15, 2020
Companies form joint venture for large-scale production of fuel cells

Will the pandemic finally spur needed investment into visibility?

May 13, 2020
This crisis has exposed visibility gaps across all supply chain verticals, so will we get any closer to dealing with this thorny issue?