The automated container terminal and the odd (mis)adventure of the Google car

DELMIA Quintiq

At a recent dinner with friends, the topic of our conversation moved to the invincibility of autonomous vehicles and the unfortunate encounter between the bus and the Google car. It was my turn to be ‘the heart of the party’. Fans of autonomous flying vehicles (a.k.a.

A time of transition: 3 key trends for oil & gas in 2018

DELMIA Quintiq

In the wake of its devastating consequences, companies have formed new business partnerships and become more open to embracing innovation. Let’s take a look at what’s going on in the industry in this era of transformation.

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DHL Supply Chain partners Tetra Pak to implement its first digital twin warehouse in Asia Pacific


DHL Supply Chain has implemented an integrated supply chain solution for Tetra Pak’s warehouse in Singapore, one of its largest globally. Combining the Internet of Things (IoT) with data analytics, DHL Supply Chain represented Tetra Pak’s physical warehouse with a unique virtual representation that monitors and simulates both the physical state and behaviour of the warehouse assets in real time. Innovation has always been at the heart of what we do at Tetra Pak.

Mindmap High-Tech Supply Chain 4.0

Supply Chain Movement

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Mindmap for the Supply Chain Director 2020

Supply Chain Movement

Not only does this demand a new approach, requiring an organisation and its employees to display more agility and responsiveness, but it also creates the need for a supply chain architect in order to meet the changing needs of customers, both now and in the future. Iran, Islamic Republic of.

Supply Chain Solutions: What You Can Learn From the Semiconductor Industry

CH Robinson Transportfolio

The manufacturers, key suppliers, and customer industries of semiconductor device makers are global, with a strong Asia presence. With demand growing for these simpler products, many buyers have established facilities in North Asia to take advantage of lower labor costs.