MHD sits down with Andrew Maher, Director of Property at TMX to discuss the major changes in the industrial property sector. Andrew discusses the economics of last-mile delivery, the rise of the multi-level warehouse and the importance of a changing mindset in planning and regulation.
As the use of warehouse automation continues to climb, John Moses, Director at The Construction Store, shares how new wave technology can help increase efficiency and cut error margins. Read more
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Beijer Ref and Sydney Freezers are strengthening their supply chain capabilities by building purpose-built new facilities at one of Australia’s most centrally located industrial precincts. MHD reports. Read more
Schneider Electric has partnered with forklift retailer Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) for more than 15 years. In a world-first for Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation has deployed Toyota’s Lithium Ion forklifts at its distribution centre in Ingleburn, NSW. MHD finds out more. Read more
As technology start-up uTenant announces strategic investment from one of the world’s largest real estate companies. MHD sits down with Managing Director & Founder Matt Sampson and Co-founder Kyle Rogers to find out more. Read more
Philipp Mutz, Strategic Industry Manager – Electronics & Solar at SICK says production and intralogistics in the electronics industry are currently undergoing significant changes. He reveals why.
Automated forklifts are on the verge of making significant headway in warehouse applications. David Oldridge, Managing Partner at BPS Global Australia, explains how some of the world’s largest retailers are set to integrate a vision-based driverless solution to meet modern demands.
Online is a critical channel for Australian shoppers beyond the festive season. Khurshed Mirza, Director, Asia Pacific of OPEX Warehouse Automation explains the challenges associated with small parcel sorting and how the pandemic has impacted the way people shop. Read more
A thriving business specialising in the distribution of frozen food and supplies to fish and chip shops has recently added another new piece of Toyota Material Handling equipment to its fleet after first-buying a Toyota forklift 25 years ago. Read more
The coronavirus pandemic has triggered a dramatic e-commerce boom, altering the way companies do business. It has also changed consumer buying experience, shifting the retail landscape. As retailers benefit from strong consumer demand and a colossal increase in e-commerce orders, more needs to be done to control emissions within supply chains. Article by Jamie Dixon (Director, Supply Chain) and Tim Charlton (Associate Director, Supply Chain) at TMX.