Prologis and ASCM launch global logistics certification program

The Supply Chain Journal

Prologis ( NYSE: PLD ) announced Tuesday that it has partnered with the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) to create a certification program for logistics workers. The San Francisco-based logistics real estate investment trust plans to launch the program during the third quarter.

Logistics experiencing a supercharged evolution

EFT

We delivered the same amount of parcels … that we had forecasted we would do in 2029.

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Warehouse Digitalization: The Warehouse of Tomorrow

Vinculum

It includes optimally deploying millimetre wave technology to capture, transport, and rearrange goods, as well as applying other high-tech tools to facilitate logistics processes. As Gartner predicts, drones will grow to over 13 million units in 2029 worldwide which was 989,000 in 2019.

Lufthansa Cargo begins modernizing Frankfurt warehouse

The Supply Chain Journal

Lufthansa Cargo (DXE: LHA ) is moving forward with the modernization and expansion of its logistics center at its Frankfurt Airport hub in Germany. The full modernization of the Lufthansa Cargo Center is scheduled to be finished in 2029.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] AI Technologies: The Role of Humans & The Application in Logistics

GlobalTranz

Practical Applications: Using AI Technologies to Maximize & Compliment Logistics Resources. Hong Kong: Logistics. However, the application of AI technologies to logistics is not limited to resource optimizing and scheduling, Dr Chun said. Logistics require the collaboration of many parties and companies, all with their own peculiar processes, procedures and guidelines." Mr. Ray Kruzwell: Futurist and Director of Engineering at Google: AI will be achieved by 2029.

Can Supply Chains Adjust to a Circular Economy Over the Next Decade? Part 2

Enterra Insights

”[1] Commenting on the Gartner prediction, the editorial staff at Material Handling & Logistics (MH&L) write, “Supply chain officers need to take note of the fact that both consumer and shareholders are clearly shifting toward sustainability. Marina Mattos, a Postdoctoral Associate at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, bluntly asks, “How will such a shift affect supply chains?”[3]