Investment in technology could cut delivery times by almost a third

Investment in technology could cut delivery times by almost a third

CN70e  being used by a truck driver in Germany

Research finds that 92 per cent of transport managers face significant challenges of meeting same-day delivery requirements

According to a recent survey conducted by Intermec, transport and logistics companies around the world believe that arming their mobile workforce with new technology could cut their pick-up times by 30% and delivery times by 29%, savings that could be crucial in boosting operational efficiency levels and meeting customer demands.

These are the principal findings of research by Intermec, which surveyed managers of transport and logistics firms in six countries around the world during April 2013.

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