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Blue sky technology or a pragmatic response to competitive pressures An expert explains how artificial intelligence is helping logistics.
Consultants give some ideas on how expert systems could be applied together with applications currently being implemented.
1992 will present logisticians and distributors with some of the most farreaching challenges for decades, as an observer explains.
A new organisation, the European Consortium of Logistics Consultants, looks like providing a muchneeded multinational dimension to homebased manufacturers.
More than 20,000 European companies will become EDI friendly this year. John Sanders reviews the progress of Electronic Data interchange across the continent.
Undoubtedly, distribution strategies are changing. But how
A preeminent manufacturing power, Japan, has only recently begun to implement logistics on a domestic scale, as this article specially written and translated for Logistics World makes clear.
A collaborative project shows how serious the auto maker is about justintime.
Two researchers suggest a new approach to the most fundamental warehousing operation of all.
Intelligent use of automation is set to make hard cost savings for warehouses.
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