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ParceLive & China rising

on October 15, 2019 No comments
You’re at any number of airports the world over and delayed.

You’ve been delayed.

For hours.

What’s more, there is little information forthcoming about the reason for the postponement, which leaves you wondering whether to seek an alternative flight, rent a car, or wait it out.

Quite a bind, right?

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What an increase in public R&D spending could mean for the logistics sector

on October 15, 2019 No comments
Bottom-line up front:  The below article discusses, but summarizes here on behalf of the time-constrained supply chain manager, why it is important for all types of logistics companies, be they more traditional, steeped in tech, or a hybrid of either approach, to embrace the shift toward long-term research and development (R&D) initiatives funded largely by industrial super complexes, regional technology campuses, start-up incubators, innovation hubs, cluster initiatives, and, not to be forgotten, huge government contractors.

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CallumWhat an increase in public R&D spending could mean for the logistics sector

Extreme package tracking realized in the harshest conditions on Planet Earth

on October 8, 2019 No comments
In the world of logistics, boundaries are routinely being pushed to their breaking point, and beyond, every single day.

What was once considered impractical, unrealistic, impossible, or unprofitable now no longer seems to so in a world increasingly driven by commerce and controlled by pocket-sized tech intended to drive the connection economy forward at breakneck speed.

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CallumExtreme package tracking realized in the harshest conditions on Planet Earth