March 02, 2022
Optiyol, as a transportation-focused tech company, periodically collects 5 notable news and pieces about transportation, logistics, supply chain solutions, autonomous cars, digitalization, the ai, optimization, sustainability and market news.
1- CES 2022: 5 takeaways from the giant tech trade show
“Auto tech is always a big part of CES, but this year, one announcement after another seemed to make headlines: BMW teased a color-changing car, John Deere unveiled a self-driving tractor, and companies committed to making electric vehicles more affordable.”
Optiyol was one of the mobility start-ups attending CES 2022 to witness disruptive innovation.
2- How this country became Europe's cargo bike hub
“Cargo bike sales in Europe grew by 38% in 2020 and are projected to grow by another 66% this year, according to a European cargo bike industry survey of 38 specialized producers.”
Micro delivery operations are changing. How prepared are you for this competition?
3- Supply chain constraints may have peaked in 2021
“Supply chain pressures remain well above their pre-pandemic levels, but there are signs that global trade relations could start to normalise this year”
What is your marginal edge to get ahead of the curve while everyone gets better off?
4- Freight Operators Plan to Deploy Thousands of Remote-Operated Forklifts
“Trucking company ArcBest Corp. and logistics provider NFI Industries Inc. led a $42 million investment to back startup Phantom Auto Inc.’s remote vehicle operation software and plan to deploy thousands of remote-enabled forklifts over the next several years, the companies said Wednesday.”
Digitalization of every stage of logistics is sooner than the future, it is now.
5- E-commerce logistics startup ShipMonk doubled in size with its latest acquisition. Its CEO says more deals are coming.
“ShipMonk and Ruby both pick, pack, and ship orders for relatively small e-commerce businesses.”
The promise of the sector creates new opportunities constantly.
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