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Cold Chain: Temperature-controlled supply chains

According to reports by several research companies, the “cold chain” market has been growing at a much faster rate than the global economy.

By “cold chain”, we mean the distribution of food, beverages and pharmaceutical products, which all need to be kept at cold temperatures in order to maintain their freshness and quality and prevent deterioration and losses. Some call it the temperature-controlled supply chain.

In this white paper, we will look more closely at

  • Critical components of a cold supply chain
  • Top markets for cold chain storage and transportation
  • How robots would help cold chain

Read this white paper to learn more about temperature-controlled supply chain.



AI and the Business of Fashion

Many industry experts have predicted the coming era of what is called “mass customization”, when a much larger proportion of goods will be, in effect, tailor-made to suit individual customers.

The fashion industry is certainly one of the industries which lends itself to mass customization because so many consumers want to make a statement through their choice of clothes – whether it’s through T-shirts, trainers or more complex garments which could be classed as haute couture.

In this white paper, we will look more closely at

  • How AI is changing the fashion industry?
  • How AI is changing the fashion warehouse sector?
  • What is the fashion industry using AI for?

Read this white paper to learn more about AI in the fashion industry.

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Smart Factory 4.0

May the Fourth be with you

The Fourth Industrial Revolution – or Industry 4.0 – is well under way, and it’s bringing about fundamental changes in many sectors. The he “Fourth Industrial Revolution” refers to the concept that there have been four identifiable industrial revolutions in history. 

In this white paper, we will look more closely at

  • Technologies that are categorised under another, related umbrella term – the “smart factory”, or “Smart Factory 4.0”
  • What are the fundamentals of the Smart Factory?  
  • To what extent the Smart Factory can improve the operation

Read this white paper to learn more about the material handling in the factory of the future. 



Flexible v Fixed Infrastructure

- The warehouses of today and tomorrow

It might seem like a flight of fancy to some, or too far in the future to think seriously about, but in fact, the roboticisation of warehouses is happening so fast that the vast majority of leading warehouses will almost certainly integrate robots within five years.

In this white paper, we will look more closely at

  • The competition that stands in the way of robots – namely, fixed infrastructure such as conveyors and automated storage and retrieval systems.
  • Robots represent the flexible infrastructure model, which offers the opportunity to establish a warehouse without much if anything inside it, except for computer networking.
  • Which one will win out in the end? Or will they both coexist? We’ll know the answers within five years.

    Read this white paper to learn more about the global trends in supply chain automation.



Preparing warehouse for robots 

Are robots expensive? That depends on a number of things.

In this white paper, we look at the types of robotics and automation technologies available to warehouse managers and how they can
prepare for the implementation of these technologies.

We can provide a brief answer right now to one of the first questions that many people ask about buying robots and increasing the level of automation in their warehouse: “Is it expensive?” And that answer is, as ever, “It depends.”

It depends on the size your warehouse and what your level of throughput is. 

Read this white paper if you are preparing your warehouse for robotics and automation at the moment or in the upcoming future.


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Supply Chains Today

The massive global growth in e-commerce over the past few years has fundamentally changed the logistics and supply chain sector.

Not only is there a far greater volume of goods being moved through warehouses, it is also being moved faster than ever. The increase in speed has largely been achieved using automation systems as well as digital processes, bringing artificial intelligence into the mix.

In this white paper, we will look more closely at

  • the components of the logistics and supply chain which are enabling customers to order goods from anywhere in the world and yet receive them in record times.

  • the most critical component of the supply chain – the warehouse operation,and highlight some data which indicates how robotics, automation and AI are making warehouses increasingly efficient and productive.

Read this white paper to learn more about the global trends in supply chain automation.