Deutsche Post DHL CEO Frank Appel discusses the company's 2013 following the announcement of its results for the third quarter of the year, in NOvember. The company continues to perform well in a challenging business environment, and its most important fundamental growth trends remain intact. Earnings rose once again and Deutsche Post DHL is making further progress toward achieving its 2013 and medium-term targets. Here Appel discusses the reasons behind the company's continuing good performance, outlines his upcoming priorities and talks about the Group's latest initiatives.
DHL, the world's leading express and logistics company, has assisted in the relocation of two giant pandas over 8 000 kilometers from Chengdu, China to Brugelette, Belgium. The female, Hao Hao, and the male, Xing Hui, both aged four, were successfully delivered via DHL's global transportation network to their new home at the Pairi Daiza animal sanctuary in Brugelette, Belgium on February 23.
Sealed Air Europe has launched its new 'Will it Break?' video, as Professor Packaging takes on Europe's longest and fastest zipwire to celebrate Bubble Wrap® Appreciation Day on Monday 27th January 2014.
In the following video from Macquarie Telecom, an expert explains the technology behind Cloud Computing, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS), and provides a comparison to traditional IT infrastructure as well as detailing what the technology means for businesses, enterprises and government.
Managers play a huge role in how well supply chain disruptions are handled, and new software being developed by the University of Bath and its collaborators is already helping organisations to better cope with supply chain disruptions around the world.
Chances are you have been hearing a lot about Big Data in the Supply Chain. But have you ever found yourself wanting a clear, common-sense explanation? The following is a video from TED, a well-known global set of conferences owned by the private non-profit Sapling foundation, aimed at introducing people to "ideas worth spreading". Using animation, Tim Smith of TED takes us through Big Data and its history.
Writers and experts from Inform Software sat down and presented what they believe to be the top supply chain stories for 2013.
In this charming video, two bright-eyed and beaming entrepreneurial young whipper-snappers learn how to apply cutting-edge Supply Chain Management techniques developed by experts at the world-renowned MIT Sloan School of Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US.
Dropped from 50m, will it break? Sealed Air packaging's final instalment of the 'Will it Break?' series 2013
SEALED AIR UNVEILS A CHRISTMAS CRACKER Sealed Air Europe has launched its latest 'Will it Break?' video as it takes its Instapak and Stratocell packaging, to dizzying new heights - in possibly the most challenging packaging test ever filmed. Professor Packaging has already scaled a mountain, fallen from a rooftop and skydived from a plane, to test his protective solutions and now he has elevated it to 50 metres using a crane. As the packaging reaches the summit, his Christmas presents, including an iPad Mini, glass vase and fresh egg, face the terrifying prospect of plummeting to their peril. Can Sealed Air's packaging rise to the occasion or will the Professor's protective solution fall flat on its face? There's only one way to find out...
Amazon are planning to use unmanned drones, similar to those used by the military, in delivering packages to customers.