The report study and forecasts the Drone Logistics and Transportation market on a worldwide and regional level. The study provides historical data of previous years along with a forecast from 2019 to 2028 based on revenue (USD Billion). The evaluation of Drone Logistics and Transportation market dynamics gives a brief idea of the drivers and market restraints together with the impact they have on the Drone Logistics and Transportation demand over the forecast timeframe. Moreover, the report also provides the study of opportunities available in the Drone Logistics and Transportation market globally. Global Drone Logistics and Transportation Market 2019 report includes wide-extending measurable details, which allow the customer to separate the future strategy and anticipate right executio...
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Increased its stake in Industrial Logistics Properties Trust (NASDAQ:ILPT) by 8.7% during the third quarter, HoldingsChannel reports. The firm owned 112,584 shares of the company’s stock after acquiring an additional 9,004 shares during the period. Rhumbline Advisers’ holdings in Industrial Logistics Properties Trust were worth $2,392,000 as of its most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Several other large investors also recently bought and sold shares of the stock. Vanguard Group Inc. bought a new stake in shares of Industrial Logistics Properties Trust in the 2nd quarter worth approximately $198,609,000. BlackRock Inc. bought a new stake in shares of Industrial Logistics Properties Trust in the second quarter valued at $121,660,000. Cohen & Steers Inc. bou
The challenges of intermodality is to keep the goods moving by reducing delay when a transfer is made from one mode to another. Pundits have described this as a form of warehousing at “zero miles per hour”. If the movement of goods is stalled for any length of time during transport or at modal interchange points, it is warehousing, not intermodality. ) MORE ECONOMICAL Last, but not least, using this kind of transportation can also save you some money. Sometimes, even if intermodal shipping requires a long delivery time, it might still be economically better for shippers who don’t have such a short deadline. For example, your goods arrive at a port and the operation could be either completed by plane or train. Although air freight would be the fastest option, using rail for the rest o
Amazon announced on Tuesday that it will add 15 more cargo planes to its fleet, leased through GE Capital Aviation Services. By 2021, Amazon will have 70 planes in its in-house air fleet. It started building up its collection in 2015 with 20 cargo planes. That in-house air fleet is becoming key to Amazon's one- and two-day delivery promise, as transportation costs for the retailer soar. Amazon has added another 15 cargo planes to its in-house delivery network. By 2021, the e-commerce behemoth says it will have 70 planes to power its one- and two-day delivery promise. "These new aircraft create additional capacity for Amazon Air, building on theinvestment in our Prime Free One-Day program," Dave Clark, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Operations atAmazon, said in a press rel
With the help of Transportation Management Systems, shippers have been able to optimize their freight transportation strategy worldwide. But global parcel shipping isn’t the same as freight. Global parcel shipping requires multiple carriers. It’s the “last mile” in multiple distribution models. It’s under pressure to meet same-day and next-day delivery expectations. And then there are the returns… Global parcel shipping requires a unique solution. Join Logistyx President Ken Fleming for an appraisal of multi-carrier shipping, TMS solutions and the nuances of interpreting Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for TMS, without a barcode label in sight! In this webinar, you’ll: Review use case scenarios traditional TMS solutions struggle to manage, such as high volume and international
Poor infrastructure is currently holding back the growth of Africa's logistics markets. Industries can make a variety of goods, but they struggle to transport them safely and quickly to customers without established networks. According to global property consultancy Knight Frank, the cost of transport takes up 50-75% of the retail price of goods. But there is hope, from both foreign investment and home-grown solutions. For example, in Nigeria, digital start-up Kobo360 developed an app that revolutionises cargo delivery by making sure that everyone in the supply chain is connected to ensure the safety and accountability of cargo in transit. A call centre of staff is able to monitor truck deliveries enroute in real-time and communicate directly with drivers, manufacturers and di...
The Women in Logistics and Transport (WILAT) has raised the alarm over the increasing rate of plastic pollution in the oceans, calling for proper disposal and recycling of plastic waste to protect the marine environment. WILAT board of trustees member and chairman, Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN), Princess Vicky Haastrup, who made the call during a sensitisation campaign organised to commemorate the WILAT Founder’s Day Anniversary in Lagos yesterday, decried the harmful effect of plastic wastes on human health and aquatic lives. She also called on the governments at all levels to enact laws banning the single use of plastics in Nigeria to reduce waste. While noting that several countries have enacted laws to that effect, Haastrup said Nigeria should not b
An economy is only as good as its people and resources; Nigeria is no different. According to the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria account for 90 per cent of all businesses, an estimated 37 million companies, and employ 80 per cent of the working population in the country. They are regarded as businesses with less than 300 employees and an annual turnover of N100 million. All around the world, SMEs are seen to be the engine driving economic growth and development. They provide opportunities for job creation, export generation and innovation as well as ensure the constant and equitable distribution of income across the different levels of the society. In Nigeria, however, the business landsca
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is on the verge of recycling disused polymer banknotes into flower pots and other environmentally-friendly uses as well as ensure the disposal of its electronic-waste (e-waste) in an environmentally-sound manner. The CBN Governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele, who spoke in Abuja, Tuesday at an event to mark this year’s World Environment Day with the theme: “Beat Plastic Pollution”, observed that this year’s topic galvanises the entire world to take action to reduce the heavy burden of plastic pollution on biodiversity and human health. He admonished the bank’s personnel to shift emphasis from consuming table water in plastic bottles to drinking from the well- treated water dispensers littering the entire headquarters complex as a way of preserving the environ