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Dreaming big: How two underprivileged youths rise above the cycle of poverty
For the underprivileged youth in northern India, Project Kaushalya provides a platform for them to break the poverty cycle.
An international metropolis 13 years in the making
As Iskandar Malaysia continues growing, it appears on track to achieve its investment targets. But what does the future hold for the special economic zone?
It’s time — Filipino watch brand takes to global stage
After Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte wore an Ibarra watch at an event, the firm sold four months’ worth of timepieces in just two days.
This popular toy sealed the future of predictive AI in logistics
Thanks to predictive AI, global supply chains were well-equipped to handle the spike in demand for fidget spinners.
Saving lives, one drone delivery at a time
Drones have been revolutionizing the delivery of medicines, quietly transforming the lives of residents in rural communities around the world.
Championing Muay Thai: A local manufacturer’s journey to becoming a global brand
As Muay Thai grew in popularity, so did Yokkao Boxing — by focusing on the connections between the people and the sport.
Innovative Gold Coast emerging as an e-commerce hotspot
The sun and surf are synonymous with Australia’s Gold Coast, but a growing entrepreneurial culture is helping the city shed its laid-back reputation.
When disaster strikes: How real-time information saves lives
Not all disasters are preventable, but knowing what to expect helps a great deal in coordinating emergency response.
5 misconceptions about Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence is often misunderstood, but its potential to solve problems and boost businesses should not be overlooked.
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.
The titanic task of airlifting four 140-tonne metal monsters
Transporting four gigantic waste heat boilers across continents required a super-sized effort and planning that paid attention to the smallest details.
Japan’s growing thirst for wine
In a nation that is traditionally known for sake, people are quickly emptying bottles of another kind.
Turning returns into profits: A challenge for e-tailers
Managing reverse logistics is a complicated and often costly process for businesses.
TRAILAR: 5% fuel savings, powered by solar innovation
Three years ago, DHL employees Aaron Thomas and Denny Hulme came up with the idea to use solar technology as a mobile energy source for vehicles.
How AI will revolutionize logistics
From boosting back-end operations to personalizing the customer experience, Artificial Intelligence is a game-changer for the logistics industry.
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