Improving the Driver’s Experience

FreightWaves

The intense competition to hire and retain the best drivers is a challenge for every fleet. The carriers who innovate and stand out as an attractive place for the best drivers to work will gain competitive advantage. A sure way to win the battle for driver loyalty is finding ways to improve the driver’s experience, and leveraging technology is a great place to start.Giving drivers a voice in the planning and management of their trip and offering them choices about their loads are two ways in which carriers can improve a driver’s perception of the company they work for. While many companies are working toward these goals, few have been successful at leveraging their technology and systems for an easy and routine way to interact with their drivers. That is changing.
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Spotlight

The battery-electric truck market is at an early stage, with fewer than 60,000 units in circulation worldwide, including approximately 20,000 units sold in 2021. Ninety percent of these were sold in China, and most were on the lighter side of the category,
between 3.5 and 8 tons. However, significant growth in the market is expected in the coming years as more governments and truck manufacturers set combustion engine truck sales phase-out targets, more models become available, and production capacity is increased. A robust charging infrastructure ecosystem, along with sufficient grid capacity, must be deployed early enough not to impede the growth of the electric vehicle fleet.

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Building Resilient Supply Chain with AI

While once, supply chain was not one of the top enterprise priorities, today, most of the procurement leaders site supply chain visibility as their biggest challenge is managing disruption. Organizations are adopting tools that provide deep supply chain intelligence, and there is a high value of having as much information at your fingertips as possible. With this, organizations are making a paradigm shift in embracing the full spectrum of technologies like AI to cement the growth story.
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Rethink Your Supply Chain and Be Prepared for the Next Disruption

Discover the key ingredients to address the multi-tier supply challenges needed to achieve a balance of agility and resiliency. And find out why investments in technology and process changes have been largely ineffective in addressing supply constraints and optimizing product mix. Over the past few months, automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and suppliers have been participating in banker-led sector updates. In these updates, strategies, opportunities, problems, and major initiatives have been discussed along with Q&A designed to understand go-forward plans and market positioning for each company
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Re-imagining the future of transport

DHL

Rapidly evolving trends such as Internet of Things, artificial intelligenceand autonomous vehicles are set to revolutionize transport as we know it, and experts predict that logistics providers will lead the charge. Join the 28 June webinar 'Re-imagining the future of transport,' to find out how emerging technologies will impact your supply chain.
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Enable a Purpose-Driven Supply Chain to Boost Stakeholder Value

Customers, employees and partners increasingly expect companies to strive for more than just profit and shareholder value. They want to do business with purpose-driven enterprises that generate long-term durable profits while always making a positive societal impact. The supply chain can play a central role in this evolving new mission. This complimentary webinar will help supply chain executives take a more prominent role in enabling the purpose-driven enterprise by connecting customers to products, amplifying enterprise purpose through collaboration, and developing a purpose-driven culture. We also look at why metrics and the purpose-action gap can pose barriers to enabling enterprise purpose.
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Spotlight

The battery-electric truck market is at an early stage, with fewer than 60,000 units in circulation worldwide, including approximately 20,000 units sold in 2021. Ninety percent of these were sold in China, and most were on the lighter side of the category,
between 3.5 and 8 tons. However, significant growth in the market is expected in the coming years as more governments and truck manufacturers set combustion engine truck sales phase-out targets, more models become available, and production capacity is increased. A robust charging infrastructure ecosystem, along with sufficient grid capacity, must be deployed early enough not to impede the growth of the electric vehicle fleet.

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