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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?
5 transport hubs paving the way for the Belt and Road Initiative
Thanks to their strategic locations and other prized attributes, these key nodes are changing the way goods are being moved across Eurasia.
Just another day of work in Iraq
In his seven years with DHL Global Forwarding Iraq, Moustafa Elbanhawi has become well-acquainted with crises and challenges of all kinds.
Top 10 supply chain risks to watch out for in 2019
Often caught unaware by external risks, supply chain networks deal with disruptions better if they know what to look out for.
One of Southeast Asia’s smallest countries is diversifying its economy
Long reliant on oil exports for its revenue, Brunei is now taking steps to create a conducive entrepreneurial environment for local companies to flourish.
Preparing logistics for the omni-channel revolution
Businesses are revolutionizing the face of retail in order to provide customers with a seamless, personalized shopping experience.
Education in Madagascar a work in progress
In a country where some children as young as five have to be breadwinners for their family, formal education is often placed on the back burner.
The sharing economy has disrupted many industries. Is logistics next?
Logistics providers are paving new roads for businesses and customers by embracing the sharing economy.
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.
A breath of fresh air in Lesotho
With its forests dwindling and air quality declining, something had to be done to reduce carbon emissions and the use of firewood by the people in Lesotho.
What do Asia’s e-commerce laws mean for retailers?
Tony Chen, Vice President, Public Policy, North East Asia, DPDHL Group, gives his take on how retailers should navigate e-commerce in Asia.
Harnessing the power of IoT for the logistics industry
With the Internet of Things connecting more devices every day, industries are being transformed with greater intelligence and efficiencies by the minute.
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