DP World aims for 30% in cut ULCV handling times with new terminal concept
Port operator DP World is set to develop an innovative new container storage system at ...
Another take on the impact that 3D printing might have on the traditional manufacturing-based supply chain that exists today. This article, authored by a vice-president at IBM’s global business services unit, argues that today’s vast inter-continental supply chains will come to be replaced by smaller, localised supply chains dominated by “a new generation of manufacturing technologies such as 3D printing, intelligent assembly robotics and open-source hardware”, and gives us a new term for it: the software-defined supply chain.
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