IIoT In Manufacturing Update

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Global spending on IIoT Platforms for Manufacturing is predicted to grow from $1.67B in 2018 to $12.44B in 2024, attaining a 40% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in seven years. What You Most Need To Know About IIoT In Manufacturing.

Innovating Spare Parts Logistics

Logistics Trends and Insights

Typically an expensive part of the supply chain, the management is often based on ‘just-in-time’ deliveries in order to keep inventory levels low. billion by the end of 2024. By Ian Kerr, The Postal Podcas t and Cathy Morrow Roberson.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Supply Chain Planning: 4 Essential Year End Questions to Ask Yourself

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For our readers, who are in the supply chain and manufacturing space, we want to share information that helps you stay strategic. Rather concerns over truck capacity constraints earlier this year pushed manufacturers and retailers to build up higher than normal inventories.

Innovating spare parts logistics with 3D printing

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Typically an expensive part of the supply chain, the management is often based on ‘just-in-time’ deliveries in order to keep inventory levels low. billion by the end of 2024. 3D printing is revolutionising the way spare parts is managed.

The Future of Online Grocery Sales

Enterra Insights

”[6] If the prediction of 70% of consumers shopping online by 2024 strikes you as optimistic, consider the fact that as far back as 2014 “online grocery shopping studies found that one-third of primary grocery shoppers had bought groceries online … and this trend was extending across all age groups.”[7]. Wells observes, “Over the last year, retailers and manufacturers have grown their online shopping capabilities.”

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Tesla and the Future of the Trucking Industry

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in 2024. The company states that “The truckload freight environment thus far in 2016 has been challenging (due to) excess industry capacity, excess customer inventories, and sluggish demand.”