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The latest trends shaping the future of logistics

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Weaving the fabric of open innovation
By reengineering technologies and equipping clothes with bio-mechanical sensors, Sri Lanka’s largest apparel manufacturer is transforming the industry.
Hyperloop: More than just science fiction
Forget roads. When it comes to the future of land logistics, think tubes.
Riding the daigou wave into a borderless retail market
With a daigou, you can now be among the first to buy the latest tech gadget or luxury bag without even being physically there.
5 innovations in temperature-sensitive packaging
New packaging innovations are keeping convenience food fresh and high on the list for hungry consumers.
This popular toy sealed the future of predictive AI in logistics
Thanks to predictive AI, global supply chains were well-equipped to handle the spike in demand for fidget spinners.
Saving lives, one drone delivery at a time
Drones have been revolutionizing the delivery of medicines, quietly transforming the lives of residents in rural communities around the world.
5 misconceptions about Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence is often misunderstood, but its potential to solve problems and boost businesses should not be overlooked.
How AI will revolutionize logistics
From boosting back-end operations to personalizing the customer experience, Artificial Intelligence is a game-changer for the logistics industry.
Robots lend helping hand in logistics
The use of advanced robotics in logistics is on the rise, but more time is needed to overcome key barriers.
Putting innovation into practice
The competition in the logistics industry pushes businesses to continuously innovate and improve current processes, or risk being left behind.
Meet the top disruptors of Asia Pacific logistics
What do drones, mobile wallets, and analytics software have in common? They could disrupt the future of logistics unless companies tap them first.