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Global electric vehicle demand drives scramble for fresh supplies of vital metals

Feb 11, 2019
With global electric vehicle (EV) demand growth creating the potential for tight supplies in battery metals such as cobalt, multinational companies and industrialized nations are working to secure these critical metals as prices are projected to rise.

10 things eft’s been reading this week

Feb 7, 2019
Autonomy or not to autonomy?

ePallet announces $3 million in funding

Feb 7, 2019
AI platform focused on acting as a marketplace for food and consumables in full pallet increments has raised $3 million in funding

Locus Robotics unveils new hardware and software suite

Feb 6, 2019
More intelligent robots and greater focus on worker productivity measures rolled out

GEODIS launches blockchain collaboration aimed at small-and-medium-sized brands

Feb 5, 2019
Utilizing goods-to-man robotics, blockchain technology, and advanced fulfillment capabilities, the collaboration aims to provide scalable services to businesses

Retailers must 'go the extra mile' to overcome inefficient and unprofitable delivery models

Feb 4, 2019
97% of organizations believe that current last-mile delivery models are not sustainable for full scale implementation across all locations and only 1% of customers are willing to cover the full cost of delivery

10 things eft’s been reading this week

Jan 31, 2019
The double-edged sword of e-commerce

DHL Supply Chain awarded as a top employer in eight countries

Jan 31, 2019
The Top Employer Institute has recognised DHL Supply Chain as a “Top Employer” in UK, Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Canada, USA, Brazil and China

Prologis breaks ground on nearly 7 million-sq-ft of logistics space in second half of 2018

Jan 31, 2019
Project pipeline indicates continued strong demand for warehousing space heading into 2019

Innovating spare parts logistics with 3D printing

Jan 30, 2019
3D printing is revolutionising the way spare parts is managed. By Cathy Morrow Roberson (Logistics Trends & Insights) and Ian Kerr (Postal Hub Podcast)

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