With demand in the auto sector eroding and customers looking for any excuse for a discount, the integrity of the automotive supply chain is more important than ever.
EPS is leading the up-tick in deployment of backend automation systems that integrate a company’s ‘silos’ to ensure a more efﬁcient logistics operation in the Middle East.
Espen Olsen, business development and sales for Aerospace & Defense at IFS explains how two much discussed technologies - the Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality - will develop dramatically during 2017.
Logistics service providers stand to benefit most from structural changes in UAE economy according to Frost & Sullivan report.
The market value of RFID is expected to rise to more than $27 billion by 2024 and reader technology is becoming cheaper.
As Construction Week: Leaders in Construction Summit Oman 2015 draws near, Construction Week's Neha Bhatia examine how the Sultanate’s infrastructure investments will augment its private sector.
Paromita Dey visits Dubai South's aviation and logistics hub, which looks set to change the business environment across the Emirate.
Cyber-attacks in the Middle East are becoming more sophisticated as hackers innovate and access networks undetected.
How easy it is for women to carve out a successful logistics career in the GCC region and what can be done to attract more female talent?
The economic impact of the turmoil is painfully apparent with once-busy airports are shut.
See who the four companies are on the list of the UAE's top 50 companies.
With massive investments in infrastructure, the Kingdom is prepared for the growth of its logistics industry, predicted to be worth $17.9bn by the end of 2015.
Hadi Khatib finds out why KSA-based contractor Al-Rosan Company purchased 95 new Volvo CE machines from FAMCO
CANSO reveals five-step strategy to meet the rapid growth of air traffic in the Middle East
While quality and safety are priorities in managing the supply of goods relentless price pressure can chip away at this with dire consequences.
No speeches, no fanfare, no gimmicks – Mercedes-Benz takes James Morgan deep into the Dubai desert to show off how easily its trucks can chew up the dunes.