Think Big! Digital Logistics

| February 7, 2020

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Economic uncertainty breeds hesitancy, but those in supply chain world who invest in new tech will win: Logistics and supply chain leaders would agree that their industry is facing many pressures. Two of the most significant being the changing needs of customers and a turbulent economic environment – in the UK and around the world. Here, I’d like to look deeper at some of the issues, and how new and emerging technologies can be used to respond to these challenges.

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Founded in 1978, The Cronos Group provides container equipment leasing, design, and sales, servicing the needs of more than 450 customers in a wide variety of industries.

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