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DHL has opened a new state-of-the-art life sciences facility in Ireland, offering a range of temperature-controlled storage environments. Located near Dublin Ai...
DHL has completed a successful pilot at the central distribution centre of technology group Wärtsilä in the Netherlands, where employees worked alongside smart ...
When social and demographic pressures meet technological opportunity, the outcome can be revolutionary.
The Canadian engineer and inventor on the innovation that runs in his family – and why the future of logistics is, partly, airborne.
Africa’s vibrant startup scene is gaining momentum, with talk of big investment numbers and entrepreneurs creating deft business solutions spanning the full technological spectrum to meet Africa’s unique challenges.
Africa’s first aerotropolis, Dube TradePort, brings increased connectivity to South Africa.
In an age of machines, it’s imperative that companies find their romantic side, argues consultant and bestselling author Tim Leberecht.
Tailoring the choice of therapy and the delivery of treatment more precisely could lead to better outcomes for patients and lower costs for providers. To do that, the life sciences sector will have to rethink its business models and supply chains.
These are challenging times for many industries, not least manufacturing – and as disruptors take advantage of new technology to enter the market, existing players need to raise their game.
Scott Allison, President, Life Sciences & Healthcare, DHL
There’s a new buzzword sweeping the world of financial transactions: blockchain. Pioneered by bitcoin, the virtual currency, this new financial model has potential uses that extend far beyond digital currencies.
“Shared value” is about finding better ways for businesses to help meet social challenges, and the life sciences and healthcare sector provides an ideal opportunity to put that into practice.