Market capitalisation of the South African real estate investment trust sector has risen from under R80bn in 2008 to about R400bn today – and warehousing and logistical developments have contributed significantly to that increase. Trevor Crighton gets real.
Road safety is a big concern in South Africa – and even more for truckers who spend all their working hours on the roads. Georgina Guedes tells us how the industry is using technology to make time on our highways safer for all drivers.
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Along with the rest of South Africa, freight and logistics companies are challenged to transform. Are they ready for change? Lisa Witepski looks at how far they’ve come.
Anthony Sharpe looks up and down the supply chain at key trends and technologies that are changing the face of freight.
Eco experts share best practices to turn environmental challenges into opportunities for growth. Susan Reynard reports.
In a dynamic sector underpinned by innovative technology and growing markets, a skilled workforce is key. This remains a challenge for supply management companies, writes Lisa Witepski.
Increasing focus on cost and pressure on margins are forcing freight and logistic companies to become more flexible, writes Caryn Gootkin.
Making the most of your workforce requires motivation and constant training. Anthony Sharpe levels up.
Supply chain management is widely acknowledged as a key driver of economic growth. Caryn Gootkin considers some big, small and disruptive elements of the sector.