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Blockchain Application to Manufacturing and Logistics

Blockchain can be defined as a distributed ledger technology that can record transactions between parties in a secure and permanent way. By ‘sharing’ databases between multiple parties, blockchain essentially removes the need for… more

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Ecommerce in the developing world: Education, economics and social equality

The next frontiers in ecommerce determined by far more than just technology.

The rapid growth of ecommerce since the mid-1990s has taken many traditional retail… more

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20/02/2019
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How to handle peak seasons in warehouses and DCs?

Seasonal peaks have always been a headache for retailers. They are caused, among other factors, by the impact of promotional campaigns and holidays but, more in general, by the evolution of the… more

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25/09/2018
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Time for learning is now, do not miss it!

We all have this ” little” moment at work when we say to ourselves that a “small” training session would be more than welcome. Sometimes, we note it in the back of our mind and keep it for the next… more

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04/09/2018
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Health and safety at work: a new standard ISO 45001

When it comes to transport and logistics sites, it is crucial to respond to high standards in terms of Occupational health and safety management systems.

Since its release, OHSAS 18001 has been… more

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New concept of retail: a challenge for logistics operators

The next generation of retail concepts such as cross-, multi-, and omni-channel commerce, requires logistics networks tailored to the needs of each single channel. This includes cost… more

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10/07/2018

Logistics 4.0: from drones to smart wearables and futuristic devices

New challenges and frontiers related to innovative technologies are the pillars of the future for logistics 4.0.

Our world is getting progressively smarter with… more

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Logistics and Sharing Economy: the key binomial for the “Millennial” future of the supply chain

Times, available technologies and purchasing habits are changing and so do the paradigms that define business models, which now see a real competitive… more

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The New Safety Frontier at GEODIS Euromatic

In GEODIS, we are always concerned about our employees’ safety.

As part of continuous improvement in safety standards, Euromatic, the No. 1 technical distribution network with high value-added services,… more

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“GEODIS and ME” by the Contract Logistics Line of Business

Why Five?

Five, just like the 5-minute morning break at the coffee machine, or even the usual 5-minute catch-up to talk about this and that.

Today, we take 5 questions to spotlight our featured employee and gain insight into… more

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