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Blockchain in Transport standards to remain open
Blockchain in Transport standards to remain open
The BiTA board has decided that open standards would truly be open and anyone who used the BiTA standard would not have to pay for the rights.
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In the press: The future of e-commerce
In the press: The future of e-commerce
This week’s article: The latest trends and their impact on online and omni-channel order fulfilment.
You can’t hide cocaine in steel
You can’t hide cocaine in steel
Four men have been charged after 30kg of cocaine was found hidden in a shipping container rail.
The answer to heavy vehicle accidents: shipping
The answer to heavy vehicle accidents: shipping
"The quickest, simplest and cheapest way to improve the safety of our roads is to move unnecessary freight off the roads."
Paperless safety inspection with ISO 45001 improving OHS
Paperless safety inspection with ISO 45001 improving OHS
The ISO has developed a new standard, ISO 45001 to aid in further preventing work-related accidents.
What’s in the press this week?
What's in the press this week?
This week's article: Spotlight on distribution centre design
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How to keep cool things cool in order fulfilment
How to keep cool things cool in order fulfilment
Dematic has released a new automated tool for cold chain order fulfilment.
Slavery and the supply chain: Australia’s role
Slavery and the supply chain: Australia’s role
Back to school: Aussie brands benefit while women paid poverty wages, says Oxfam.
Regulating connected and automated vehicles
Regulating connected and automated vehicles
Transport Certification Australia (TCA) has released a report that explores the security of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV).
Truck deaths: bring in the global safety experts
Truck deaths: bring in the global safety experts
The government should extend the role of the ATSB to include serious truck crashes, the ATA said.

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