Group Futurista presents: Unlocking Critical Logistics Amidst the Pandemic Webinar

LogisticsMatter is Media Partner for the Group Futurista webinar “Unlocking Critical Logistics Amidst the Pandemic“. The webinar, which will be held tomorrow and will focus on what companies can do to stay ahead of the game in these challenging times, by optimizing their logistics through innovations like the Internet of Things and Robotic Process Automation. Roambee, Mars, and Dow In […]

4 Major Effects that COVID-19 has had on the Shipping Industry

Just like virtually every business across the world, the shipping industry has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic at a scale we’ve never seen before. The ongoing international health crisis has touched on nearly every aspect of our sector, ranging from unsustainable airfreight pricing and cargo backlogs to blank sailings and significant drops in demand. Whilst the bulk of […]

Supply Chain Transparency, and How It Can Help the Planet

Sustainability is an increasingly important subject. Consumers are getting more critical every day when it comes to what they buy and who they buy it from. This effect is trickling down to supply chains as well, where there is also a growing demand for sustainable processes and products. Consumers that want to change there buying behaviour to enable a more […]

LogisticsMatter Partners with Manhattan Associates for Exchange Connect 2020

I’m very proud to announce that LogisticsMatter has become a member of the Manhatten Associates Exchange Connect #ManHInfluencer team. Manhattan Associates creates supply chain and omnichannel technology that helps the world’s best companies run better. In the warehouse, on the road and in the store, their solutions increase efficiency, maximize profitability, boost revenue and power growth. In the weeks running […]

How Product as a Service Enables the Circular Economy

The New Economy is a Circular Economy For those not familiar with the term Circular Economy, let’s start with a definition. According to Wikipedia: A circular economy is a regenerative system in which resource input and waste, emission, and energy leakage are minimized by slowing, closing, and narrowing material and energy loops. This can be achieved through long-lasting design, maintenance, […]

Everything You Need to Know About EU Customs Clearance

Guest Author –  Sponsored Content – The EU legislation relating to the importation of goods by businesses who are not established in the EU is very complex and varies considerably between Member States. As an Importer, it is important to understand the roles and responsibilities of the carrier and other representatives that may be required. As a Carrier, it is […]

Drones and Recovery, Edibility, Google, Applications, Public Opinion, and Hunters

There were so many interesting supply chain and logistics related drones stories in the past few weeks, that I put them together in this post. Please click the links in the tweets to read the full story. Drones and Flooding Drones are being used in many good ways in areas struck by hurricanes and other disasters. Drones can move around […]

Megatrends, Strategic Technology Trends, Robots, and Autonomous Vehicles

Logistics in the News – Week 42 A lot of interesting things in the news again last week, which you may have missed. Please find a roundup of the main news and background items for the past week below. You can read the full articles by clicking the link in the tweets. Robots in factories and warehouses GE and Caterpillar […]

Rotterdam, Seasonal Workers, M&A Activity, and Hyperlooping

Logistics in the News – Week 41 A lot of interesting things in the news again last week, which you may have missed. Please find a roundup of the main news and background items for the past week below. You can read the full articles by clicking the link in the tweets. Rotterdam is on a roll Rotterdam is my […]