When TM Insight acquired XAct Solutions last year, the business doubled in size overnight. As we move into 2021, the two businesses will join together in a rebrand and will now be known as TMX. Travis Erridge, CEO and Co-Founder at the company reveals more.
We explore five key considerations to deliver scalable fit-for-purpose IoT solutions for the supply chain industry. By Sam Sharief, COO at Thinxtra, The IoT Telco.
With Infor recording triple digit growth across many of its solutions in last year, the demand for innovative answers to problems faced during the pandemic has never been higher. APAC Infor Supply Chain Management Vice-President Cas Brentjens sits down with MHD to discuss 2020 and what to look out for this year.
With many preconceptions around the introduction of Internet of Things technology being too expensive or too risky for large-scale deployment across the supply chain, it’s time to re-visit the business case. Article by Loic Barancourt, CEO and Co-Founder of Thinxtra.
With e-commerce volumes reaching record heights in 2020, retailers are on the hunt for sustainable and efficient packaging solutions to meet consumer expectations and keep up with demand. MHD finds out more about the latest on-demand packaging solutions.
SSI Schaefer’s goal is to encourage an active exchange with customers, partners, and interested companies in order to jointly promote the development of sustainable solutions within the logistics industry. Steffen Bersch, Group CEO at SSI SCHAEFER explains.
Off the back of a record year, which saw CouriersPlease peak period reach a 150 per cent year-on-year increase, MHD sits down with Mark McGinley, CEO at the business to find out more about the franchised parcel delivery service and its sustainability goals.
With COVID-19 forcing many companies to review their business continuity plans and operate segments of their business virtually, technology has never been more important. James McDougall, Business Development Manager at Cincom discusses the six signs that reveal a company needs to invest in digital transformation.
Over the past decade, the key drivers of the Australian industrial and logistics market have been population growth, infrastructure investment and growth in e-commerce. The outlook for the latter two key drivers is expected to remain strong, however, population growth will create a drag on the sector over the short term. Luke Crawford at Colliers International explores the outlook for population growth and what this means for the industrial and logistics sector in Australia.