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As we start a new year, the news headlines continue to be dominated by COVID-19 and its impact across the globe. The new Omicron variant is rewriting the rules when it comes to staff absenteeism,...

The pandemic has accelerated the shift towards direct-to-consumer (D2C) with many global businesses experiencing unprecedented annual e-commerce growth of up to 35%.

Smarter businesses are taking matters into their own hands and have contingency plans in place to ride out this extraordinary period of uncertainty we are all currently facing.

Worker quality and numbers have long been among the trickiest aspects of finding and properly utilizing the people in the DC, but the global pandemic has made the labor market even more challenging.

A massive shift to digital solutions is now well underway in warehousing but, as more companies make the move from manual to automated processes, do we risk leaving our employees behind?

The pandemic has changed the way we shop forever, with e-commerce convenience here to stay, but there’s still time to get onboard for the so-called ‘Golden Quarter’ – says the Chief Product &...

Bricks-and-mortar retail outlets and shopping centres have been hard hit by the global pandemic and the consumer market has irreversibly shifted to an e-commerce focus – but more nimble and agile...

The face of stores and shopping malls has changed for good as we’ve seen a rapid and accelerated transition to e-commerce purchasing and delivery to homes – and in particular direct-to-consumer (D2C).

Fulfilment businesses need to be able to pivot now more than ever and to be the person charged with making that happen does indeed bear a heavy responsibility.

Big data presents supply chain and warehouse managers with an unprecedented opportunity to acquire real-time visibility of goods in transit and part of inventory.