Carrefour now has one digital platform that integrates over 100,000 products on its website, in-store kiosks and tablets, and mobile app, and will automate its back-end logistics to support it.
Chalhoub Group is taking its pursuit of excellence in retail logistics into the digital sphere in Saudi Arabia, with FarEye as a key technology partner for the last mile
Qafila enables customers to get pricing and shipment options instantaneously and track their shipments from origin to destination.
According to a joint statement, the new platform aims to connect various stakeholders, including carriers, terminal operators, customs agencies, shippers and logistics service providers, to enable collaborative innovation and digital transformation in the supply chain.
The myKN platform allows customers to explore, quote, book and track as well as manage shipments and user accounts entirely online in a comprehensive self-service portal.
Dipper’s predictive technology platform provides logistics stakeholders end to end real-time visibility of their chain while enabling them with preventive management tools and easy decision making aided with smart KPIs and analysis.
Pieter Zylstra is director of digital transformation for the Middle East & Africa at Orange Business Services; he was a panel speaker at the recent Seatrade Middle East 2018 conference in Dubai
Digitisation, Artificial Intelligence and next-generation technologies came to the fore at the Gulfood Manufacturing FoodTech Summit, as key industry experts discussed the future and transformation of F&B manufacturing facilities in the region.
Gautam Kumar, co-founder & COO, FarEye, speaks to Logistics Middle East about how AI and digital technologies can enhance last mile operations in the GCC.
Sprint enables Etihad Cargo to enhance its capacity- and pricing management processes whilst offering real-time shipment monitoring and quality control, helping drive maximum efficiency.
Logistics must adapt to new age digital technologies to transform the ‘digitally-empowered’ customer experience, says Kushal Nahata, co-founder & CEO, FarEye.
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