Telematics is increasingly being used by companies to track their fleets including drivers and deliveries economically.
Training tools from Dematic are helping Australian and New Zealand distribution centres (DCs) get their staff onto Voice solutions faster.
Caltex is investing $5 million to expand its national bulk lubricants network, and build a new facility in WA.
Yesterday global Group President of CHEP Pallets, Peter Mackie, officially launched CHEP Australia’s national Logistics Control Centre at Erskine Park, NSW
Brambles Ltd has reported a five per cent rise in full-year net profit, as the result of new business in its pallets division.
The automating of processes in manufacturing and other industries continues apace, and robot sales have never been higher.
Fast fashion is on the rise, triggering global demand for quicker and more efficient logistics and distribution operations within the apparel industry.
DHL Supply has opened its latest facility in Sydney’s western suburb of Horsley Park.
New technology is ensuring better quality processing in the food supply chain.
Rodney Smith, managing director of fourth-generation, Brisbane-based signage company Albert Smith Group.
Schweppes Archerfield Distribution Centre (DC) has called upon integrations systems supplier Dexion and Vocollect by Honeywell.
The decision to name Badgerys Creek as the site of Sydney’s second airport.
Manitowoc have been leading the way in mobile, luffing pin-jibs for some time, but a simple idea of theirs is going to make a big splash this year.
Two manufacturers demonstrate that while they were efficient at making products, delivering to customers were a costly diversion from the main business.
Former Toyota Material Handling Australia President Steve Harper has joined Australian based International recruitment company, Automotive Personnel.
In November, Shinka Management, in conjunction with the Australian Industry Group, conducted a lean manufacturing study tour of Japan. The tour provided Australian industry leaders with first-hand experience of world-class lean implementation in a country renowned for its productivity, quality and safety levels.
One of the most significant contributors to Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia was recognised at the recent Awards.
Automotive Holdings Group will be the major sponsor of the Melbourne Football Club AFL team for the next three years.
Held late last month, the Productivity, Process and Innovation conference assembled a host of experts to address the key challenges facing the industry. Brent Balinski took notes regarding some of the big themes from a panel discussion on the issue of “Challenges in Australian Productivity”.
State-owned business TasRail did not choose a Tasmanian manufacturer to replace 200 of its train wagons because of price.