Ford’s Digit robots explore new delivery options

Receiving a parcel from a courier or having food delivered to our door by a driver is something many of us have become accustomed to. However, the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the resultant restrictions have shown that at times we might be forced to rethink how we...

Redesigning supply chains to deal with disruption

Recent and ongoing global events such as the novel coronavirus crisis have highlighted the fragility of existing supply chains when they are suddenly and unexpectedly disrupted. Fortune magazine reports that 94% of the Fortune 1000 are experiencing coronavirus supply...

The power of data in logistics

Faster and better data ultimately benefits the entire supply chain, making the flow of goods and information more predictable, efficient, and sustainable in times of scarce resources, according to Michael Schilling, chief operating officer of road logistics at...

Third-party policies improve compensation outcomes

Nearly three-quarters (71%) of enterprises which have specific data usage guidelines for partners and subcontractors received compensation after an incident that affected suppliers they share information with. In comparison, only 22% of organisations of the same size...