ADQ, one of Abu Dhabi’s largest holding companies, has acquired approximately 22 per cent of the issued share capital of Aramex, a global provider of comprehensive logistics and transportation solutions.
TM Insight has announced the appointment of Caleb Nicolson, former Chief Supply Chain Officer at Kathmandu, as General Manager in New Zealand.
Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) is progressively upgrading its 300 plus-strong fleet of service vans to Toyota’s newest-generation HiAce, providing multiple benefits for its service technicians, the business’ footprint and the same high degree of service and support for its customers, nationally.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, there is now more clarity around the outlook for the Australian industrial and logistics sector. Luke Crawford, Associate Director | Research at Colliers International provides an update on what this means for the industrial property market.
As economies across the region start reopening, every business needs to reassess its strategy and operations to properly position for the recovery. Fortune favours the bold, and in order to get through this crisis, organisations must take decisive action. With that in mind, NetSuite conducted extensive interviews with hundreds of organisations, small and large, across all industries, over the past two months. We’ve prepared a playbook to aid business leaders in taking decisive action and optimally positioning their organisations.
To find out more, download the white paper:
SSI Schaefer joins the “50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders” initiative, to raise a voice for sustainable, economical, and future-proof materials handling solutions.
Qube has reached an agreement to acquire the business assets of Agrigrain (a NSW-based grain handling business). The agreement includes the acquisition of Agrigrain’s logistics facilities in both Narromine and Coonamble.
MHD sits down for a yarn with Australia’s largest wool handing company to find out more about the machinery that’s managing the movement of the nation’s wool and cotton industry.
DHL Express has announced a price increase for Australia that will take effect on January 1, 2021. The increase in Australia will be 4.9 per cent, compared to 2020.
Australasian Supply Chain Institute has announced the appointment of two new Directors to the Board: Linda Venables and Dr Tom Janoshalmi.