Why logisticians need to redefine the term ‘space’ and embrace the final frontier

on September 12, 2019
Regardless of whether you watched the original Star Trek series back in the late 1960s (or the re-runs circa present day), chances are you’ve at least heard snippets of the introduction that preceded each episode.

This is to say that each began with a one Captain James Tiberius Kirk elaborating on space as the ‘final frontier’ and one in which his crew endeavours to explore since ‘no man has gone there before!’

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Getting to grips with ParceLive in Turkey

on September 9, 2019
A top priority for Hanhaa is to ensure that ParceLive’s GPS coverage is consistent and precise, regardless of location. One way of doing this is to provide a Hanhaa associate with the ParceLive tracker as they travel overseas.

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Curing seasick supply chains

on September 3, 2019
Long before the Great Recession, and not unlike an unexpected storm surge wreaking havoc on some poor, unprepared port, the cruising industry was in trouble.

Big trouble.

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ParceLive can help logisticians reclaim control over greenhouse gas emissions

on August 20, 2019
Shakespeare was wont to say, A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, when describing those he, or his characters, found undesirable.

But could the same be said for what has arguably become the bane of environmentalists the world over when trying to mitigate the negative effects of climate change, which is to say, the, er, expulsions of cows?

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What smugglers, spaghetti, and the Sahara can teach us about reducing empty container movements

on August 15, 2019
What do penne and ParceLive have in common?

Well, not too much at first blush, but when you consider how pirates of the high sea optimize their ocean-going freight, albeit, full of illicit goods on the way out, well, then you soon discover that they know a thing or two about only bringing back containers that are maxed-out and cubed-out so as to optimize their seedy supply chains, grow their network capacity, and boost their bottom line margins.

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