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.READ ARTICLE
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Reiner Wolfs, Managing Director for DHL Express in the Caribbean, talks about the resilience of his team, who quickly returned to work after the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.
Product design student Anne Gross has created an idea for a sustainable packaging solution that could potentially transform how goods are packed for shipping.
We name the winner of Delivered. magazine's prize draw.
DHL has completed a successful pilot at the central distribution centre of technology group Wärtsilä in the Netherlands, where employees worked alongside smart ...
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.
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.
On the anniversary of the first industrial robot patent, Delivered. brings you a selection of our favorite robotics articles. Just click on the highlighted links to read them.
Robert Taylor, DHL's Internal Communications editor, went to the DHL Innovation Center in Troisdorf, Germany to meet a humanoid robot called Pepper that is now ...
As the pace of technological change advances exponentially, companies are shifting gears, towards greater collaboration on product and service offerings in a bid to stay ahead of the game.