Monday 24th Sep, 2018
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CARGO product aims to boost supply chain visibility

Technology is playing an ever more significant role in the global supply chain


‘Take a breath’ on blockchain, says logistics exec

Blockchain is set to have a massive impact and yet there is a danger of getting it wrong


Blockchain to help Kuehne + Nagel with VGM

The European logistics giant is seeking to stay at the forefront of the global technology race

Shipping Australia Port Kembla luncheon. Photo: Ian Ackerman

OUT & ABOUT: SAL Port Kembla luncheon

Shipping folk were treated to a delicious lunch and great conversation at Shipping Australia’s recent Port Kembla luncheon

Southern Cross Maritime

Mizzen welcomes Evergreen

The online booking platform has increased its business share

David Sexton

Fully-automated trucks unlikely says US transport leader

Automation is increasingly prevalent but there are limits according to an American transport figure

LINX Cargo Care Group CEO Anthony Jones. Ian Ackerman/DCN

LINX boss talks tech at SAL Port Kembla luncheon

The luncheon was attended by many industry figures from the Illawarra and the greater Sydney area

Port of Hamburg in Germany is just one operation where Containerchain expertise has been deployed. Shutterstock

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIAL REPORT: Integrated platforms the path for growth

Since its inception a decade ago, Containerchain has become a leader in providing supply chain technology. Chris Collins tells DCN about recent developments and new trends