Scientists at Chalmers Industrial Technology and VTI, with the support of CargoSpace24, LogTrade, and nine other major actors in the industry, will try to find a smart way to solve the dilemma that occurs when delivery trucks are forced to drive with “air” as their cargo.
It is not only grocery stores and consumers that throw food away unnecessarily. An insane amount of food is discarded on the way to stores. Is it possible to reduce the food waste in the supply chain? And what has this waste got to do with empty delivery trucks?
“I’m hoping we can marry Houzz.”
Magnus Pettersson, CEO of Royal Design and Rum21, tells us about a meeting that he hopes will be the start of a lifelong partnership.
Do you want to sell via Houzz, the largest community in the world for home improvement and interior design? Then you need to be in control of your logistics operations. In this article, you will learn what demands Houzz makes on your deliveries.*
Write an e-mail without even touching the keyboard. Place an order and print out a shipping label just by wanting to do so. An interface for controlling machines and devices with “your brain” has made its entrance on the market. This is how it all works.
His e-commerce company earns “double-digit” millions of Danish kronors on Amazon. He also works full time as an Amazon expert. Søren Kipling, from Danish be-ahead.dk, explains what Amazon’s power is all about, and what to think and do about it.
Let us sum up the e-commerce industry today with a line from a Swedish hip-hop song: Money is rolling in, it’s going well now. But how well will it keep on going when carriers need another 50,000 truck drivers to keep up with the acceleration in the e-commerce business?