Logistics

Roses are red, violets are blue... How are flowers transported to you?

Roses are red, violets are blue... How are flowers transported to you?
Kerry-Ann Holleyman, February 26, 2019

Flower Power!

Flowers are a major part of many events all year round, including birthdays, weddings and funerals, but findings show that sales spike in the UK at this time of year thanks to Valentine’s Day in February and Mothers’ day in March. As with all perishables, a great deal of care must be taken in the transportation of the flowers from the field to a loved one's hands – so how do logistics professionals deal with the increased demand for this fragile package this time of year? 

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Coping with Christmas: Thank you Logistics Professionals!

Coping with Christmas: Thank you Logistics Professionals!
Danielle Williams, December 14, 2018

Christmas is coming…

Christmas is fast approaching, and the general population are getting ready to sit back with a mince pie in hand, to order their festive shopping online, but do we ever stop to think about the logistics involved in ensuring that our parcel arrives on time for Christmas?

Logistics companies start planning months in advance of the big day; this involves hiring additional warehouse staff, longer working hours, early promotions, superfluous warehouse space and extra delivery vehicles driving more routes.

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Autonomous Logistics

Autonomous Logistics
David Cohen, August 21, 2018

As in any industry there are many companies that strive for innovation, and logistics is no different. With there being more and more vehicles on the road in the UK and road traffic accidents increasing, logistics companies are finding ways to reduce losses, increase productivity and ensure schedules are met.

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Categories: Logistics, Technology