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5 ways to tackle counterfeiting in the supply chain
Counterfeiting has become a pervasive problem in the logistics industry, but there are solutions to prevent fake goods from entering the supply chain.
Europe to Thailand: The unconventional path of a Thai smartphone accessory label
Largely under the radar in its home market, BEZ, a Thai online label specializing in smartphone accessories, has earned its fair share of fans in Europe.
A woman’s mission to transform education in Madagascar
There is an urgent need to revolutionize the education system in Madagascar, and one woman has taken it upon herself to fix it.
Digital freight puts UAE SMEs in the driving seat for growth
Small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to expand across the region are turning to digital platforms for their evolving logistics needs.
Tap the benefits of blockchain, but mind the pitfalls
Businesses are eager to tap the touted benefits of blockchain, but they should be wary of the roadblocks ahead for the evolving technology.
Pitch perfect: How a Taiwanese firm is revolutionizing baseball
In baseball-crazy Taiwan, sports technology firm Jingle has developed a solution to help players up their game.
What you need to know about e-waste
Electronic waste is posing a serious threat to the environment as well as to human health.
Meet Fatima Ait Bendawad: A figure of grit and benevolence
In the 15 years she has spent in humanitarian logistics, Fatima Ait Bendawad has seen and done it all.
Why the private sector holds the key to Iraq’s new dawn
With victory over ISIS declared and fresh hopes of a new government, the private sector is investing in Iraq to finally discover its full potential.
In a matter of days after the Palu earthquake last year, DPDHL Group’s Disaster Response Team was on the ground facilitating aid relief logistics.
Palu earthquake: Through the lens of disaster responders
In a matter of days after the Palu earthquake last year, DPDHL Group’s Disaster Response Team was on the ground facilitating aid relief logistics.
Palu earthquake: Through the lens of disaster responders
In a matter of days after the Palu earthquake last year, DPDHL Group’s Disaster Response Team was on the ground facilitating aid relief logistics.
Morocco’s automotive industry racing ahead at full speed
Morocco may be known for its vibrant traditional crafts and refreshing mint teas. But something else is powering its economic engines these days.
5G: Five things it means for logistics
The fifth generation of cellular internet connectivity is set to be the supercharged gateway to a smarter and more connected logistics world.
Why e-commerce is booming in a region with a largely ‘unbanked’ population
The bulk of Southeast Asia’s 658 million people do not own a bank account. Yet, online shopping is gaining traction.
Advancing workforce capabilities with wearables
Bionic enhancements may just be the right countermeasure to an aging workforce and common workplace hazards.
Japan: All charged up for deliveries by electric vehicles
Electric vehicles are becoming the new norm for consumers in Japan, but can the same be said for all-electric commercial vehicles?
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