Aaron Thomas and Denny Hulme are the cofounders of an industry first: a solar-charging innovation for trucks that saves fuel and reduces vehicle emissions.READ ARTICLE
The rate of natural disasters around the world is increasing. How can companies mitigate the impact to their supply chains when disaster strikes?
Digital twins are transforming the way manufacturing companies design, build and operate their facilities. They have important implications for products too.
Aaron Thomas and Denny Hulme are the cofounders of an industry first: a solar-charging innovation for trucks that saves fuel and reduces vehicle emissions.
Istanbul's brand new airport is just one part of a massive infrastructure program that has been underway in Turkey over the last five years.
The world’s first electrified road, a system capable of powering in-motion cars and trucks by means of conductive energy, is open in Sweden. The technology was ...
With the rapid pace of digitalization across industries, the need to maintain digital literacy skills is more vital than ever.
Offshore wind energy is booming in Europe, and set to take off in other parts of the world. That’s creating significant logistics challenges.
It has emerged as one of Africa’s great development success stories, and in doing so opened up its giant population and domestic market to foreign companies.
Analytics is here to stay whether you are a consumer or a business. How will artificial intelligence strike a balance with human wisdom?
Operating and maintaining large-scale industrial equipment requires sophisticated supply chains. How do companies manage when that equipment is far out at sea?
The energy sector is finding new ways to tap into its data reserves.
The Iceland Deep Drilling Project is plumbing new depths in search of sustainable energy. If successful, the impact could be of global significance.
DHL Energy sector president Steve Harley on opportunities in Energy Sector
A raft of reforms, big investment plans and an upcoming IPO at oil giant Aramco signal major change in Saudi Arabia, opening the road for business and progress.
Browse virtually any media channel and you will likely run across something about the promise of blockchain.
Engineering and manufacturing companies are increasing the scope and complexity of the services they offer. What does that mean for their supply chains?
The Virgin boss on why businesses should work together to solve the pressing issue of climate change and view it as a strategic opportunity – not a problem.
Argentina has long had potential to be an economic power, but frequent political crises have held it back. Enter a new president with a sweeping reform agenda, and the chance has reemerged.
In view of the rapid development of intelligent machines, tech expert Ayesha Khanna and futurist Gerd Leonhard consider if humans have anything to fear from the unstoppable rise of AI.
For over four decades, Royal Dutch Shell has been developing detailed scenarios about future global
It is a perfect time to celebrate the beauty of original thinking, and revisit several stories of innovations and their captivating creators profiled in Delivered. magazine.
Germany, one of Europe’s richest and most populous countries, has long been an economic heavyweight.
How the Goods and Services Tax is opening new horizons for companies in India.
StreetScooter’s electric delivery vehicles made waves when Deutsche Post DHL Group rolled them out across German cities. Now the company is ramping up production with new models and selling to commercial customers.
Germany’s apprentice training system is one of the keys to its success in delivering quality manufacturing to the world. But how exactly does it work – and can it be replicated abroad?
A vessel chartered by DHL Industrial Projects China Team is pictured transporting a 2,300 metric ton deep-sea drilling equipment set – an essential component in...
Ahead of the historic 2018 Golden Globe Race, 28-year-old British sailor Susie Goodall has introduced her newly refurbished boat—the “DHL Starlight.”
Differentiated logistics services can improve competitiveness for chemicals companies while offering additional value to their customers.
An essay by Amadou Diallo, CEO Middle East and Africa at DHL Global Forwarding
The growth in green jobs is a given.
How fast and where those jobs will be created
often depends on the skills available.