Some of the most high-tech inventions of our time seem like they could almost have come straight out of a science fiction film…I mean, autonomous vehicles? Delivery robots? It all seems so unreal, but it’s 100% true. Sometimes reality truly IS stranger than fiction.
The future is now – and it’s all self-driven, baby. At the 2018 Futuristic Logistics Seminar, held at the Hallam Conference Centre in London, Triangle Management gave a glimpse into the latest technologies that are moulding the delivery industry into something the world has never seen before. This article from Post&Parcel will give you the full scoop on the recent developments of the software and hardware the logistics world may be implementing in the near future.
From autonomous vehicles to pavement-level robots, here are some almost unbelievable inventions that are bringing haulage into the 22nd century.
Pavement-Level Delivery Robots
Robots, drones and eBikes, oh my! What do you think about these futuristic logistics? Do you think they’ll improve the courier business – or are robots going to become sentient and overpower mankind if we’re not careful?
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Well, it appears I may have to eat a small serving of my words this week. Why am I embarrassed, you might ask? Well, if you were paying attention you'll know that last week I published a post about how I was glad owner driver jobs were becoming more popular in order to offer some healthy competition to Royal Mail. I was saying I think it's a lesson for the Post Office not to get smug and to actually update their prices.Read the full article
A KNUTSFORD-based business has been recognised for their success over the past year by receiving a national industry award.
Speedy Freight, a same-day courier and express freight service provider based in the Pavillions, off Cranford Drive, scooped the ‘Network of the Year’ category at the Transport Awards 2014, organised by Transport Exchange Group, which celebrates major achievements and best practice within the freight industry.Read the full article
Transport Exchange Group has upgraded the booking chain solution for its leading freight exchanges – Haulage Exchange and Courier Exchange – to provide member businesses with an improved means of managing and updating the status of loads when they carry out work on each other’s behalf. As a result, hauliers, couriers and logistics operators using the UK’s largest and fastest growing freight trading platform are now able to better monitor the complete lifecycle of inter-company transactions by automatically sharing key details with their trading partners in order to save time and money, improve confidence levels as well as boosting operational performance.Read the full article
James Gordon spoke to Lee Gueller to find out how a freight Exchange platform changed his life forever…Read the full article
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