wms

Warehouse Management Systems are Critical for Customer-Centricity in the Post-COVID 19 Era

As e-commerce growth is continuing at a rapid pace, companies are having to rapidly change their logistics footprint (both operational and physical) and fulfilment to match rising customer expectations. As we move into a post-COVID-19 environment, logistics executives plan to implement or enhance their technology, including warehouse management systems (WMS), transportation management system (TMS), artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) capabilities, and cloud infrastructure, as highlighted by the recent 2021 Blue Yonder Logistics Executive Survey. Read more

RFID

The future of track and tracing

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is growing in demand as businesses look for more detailed real time data accuracy on their inventory. SICK Australia says that RFID tags can improve the tracking of assets, reduce labour costs and provide important information for both producers and consumers. Read more

Biogone

Australian business world leader in biodegradable plastics

Dr Ross Headifen and John Mancarella, Partners at Fieldtech Solutions & Biogone, have pioneered the use of biodegradable plastics across numerous industries – including supply chain, warehousing, and logistics. They share their journey towards sustainability in plastics. 

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solar

Are Embedded Solar Networks The Future?

Andrew Simons, Head of Development – Industrial and Logistics at Charter Hall tells MHD why solar power is the future of renewable-led industrial and logistics estates, and the opportunities and challenges that currently surround the construction of embedded solar networks.  Read more

roll cages

How IoT can boost risk management

Simon Levy, CEO of the Risk Management Institute of Australasia, talks about his education on IoT, and why IoT deployments – such as those offered by Thinxtra, the IoT Telco – will become ever-more important from a risk management perspective. 

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