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LogiMAT 2018 – the added-value event

LogiMAT 2018 the added value event

In-depth and comprehensive information on the ongoing topical issues of digitisation, Industry 4.0, Logistics 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) – that sums up the unique calibre of the accompanying programme for the 16th International Trade Fair for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management. “For the LogiMAT trade audience, the …

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The Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0: What’s the Difference and Does it Matter?

The Industrial Internet of Things and Industry Whats the Difference and Does it Matter

Industry4_Sync You have, no doubt, already read and heard plenty about the big changes that are coming to the supply chain. Connectivity, big data, automation and other technology trends are converging to create new opportunities to increase productivity, reduce costs and enable unprecedented flexibility. These various technologies are often discussed …

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Renovotec launches rugged Managed Print Service (MPS)

RENOVOTEC LAUNCHES RUGGED MANAGED PRINT SERVICE MPS

Launch follows Renovotec December 2017 acquisition of MPS specialist Datatrade ‘Honeywell managed print’ is Renovotec’s first rugged MPS service, launching at IntraLogisteX 2018 “There is industry demand for a managed print service that specialises in rugged supply chain environments” says Renovotec managing director Richard Gilliard Renovotec, the UK’s fastest growing …

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David gives students secrets behind OrderWise success

David Gives Students Secrets Behind OrderWise Success

David Hallam, Founder and Managing Director of Saxilby-based software specialist OrderWise recently headed back to the classroom to talk to students from the University of Lincoln. David gave a lecture to forty-five second-year Innovation and Business Management MBA students who took time out from their studies to hear his story, …

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The Felix Project turns to Maxoptra to deliver Christmas food to vulnerable people

The Felix Project Turns to Maxoptra to Deliver Christmas Food to Vulnerable People (2)

The Felix Project is using Maxoptra automated multi drop vehicle routing and scheduling software to help give London’s vulnerable residents a nutritious meal at Christmas. Providing a free door-to-door service, The Felix Project collects good quality surplus food from suppliers and delivers it to charities supporting children, families, vulnerable adults …

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Leading 3PL boss raises logistics IT cost concerns

Leading 3PL boss raises logistics IT cost concerns

The managing director of a leading third party logistics services company has called for the introduction of an industry-wide ombudsman facility to monitor the working practices and pricing structures of those companies that supply IT services – such as warehouse management systems – to the supply chain sector. “There seems …

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