Major forwarders begin the fight to get ahead in the digital supply chain race

May 15, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Digital start-ups may hit media headlines, but some of the biggest names in forwarding are making sizeable investments in digital technologies of their own.
In the past 24 hours, DHL Supply Chain and Kuehne + Nagel have announced new platforms for what the so-called disruptors claim as their USP.
MySupplyChain, from DHL, provides customers with “anytime, online accessibility” to their supply chain networks, giving full visibility.
Chief information officer Sally Miller said the system ...

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