The fifth article of our airport security series addresses the challenge of increasing OPEX and explores how airports can use technology to improve resource management and generate cost savings.
”A system is only as fast as the chutes handling the volume.” Many companies tend to focus on the more dynamic elements of the sortation system. Let's bring 'outputs' into the overall discussion.
Global airports face a significant growth in passenger traffic, as well as having to deal with time, space, and financial constraints.
A significant challenge facing parcel companies is the global scarcity of labour. It’s increasingly difficult to retain – and find new – employees in areas where there is a labour shortage.
In his first blog, Merijn Buitelaar told us about his three pillars of safety: awareness; behaviour;and leadership.In his new article, he talks from personal experience on leadership.
Airports are facing multiple challenges worldwide. From increasing passenger volume to changing regulations, they must optimise their operations to maintain passenger satisfaction and improve their..
Within the fashion e-commerce supply chain, we see that logistic costs are increasing year on year for e-tailers and parcel companies. To improve EBIT, e-tailers are looking for ways to cut costs.
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