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  • January 10, 2022 - UK - Weybridge

    How the Supply Chain can Help us Reach the EV Tipping Point

    Some say we are all creatures of habit (and the older we get, even more so!) but when it comes to technology, people still get excited by tipping points. It’s that moment when everything changes and what was once considered a ‘fad’ becomes a trend.

    Maybe it feels ambitious to say that we aren’t too far from that…

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  • April 08, 2021 -

    Easy ordering and balance monitoring during unpredictable supply chain times

    With 24/7 access across multiple devices, the myCHEP portal provides a one-stop-shop for your pallet logistics management including order management, reporting dashboards and accessing invoices. 

    Based upon customer feedback, we’ve added new features to improve your ability to:

    • Easily order pallets using the Calendar to view deliveries scheduled
    • Make critical changes through Cancel/Modify
    • Have visibility into accurate CHEP…
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  • April 08, 2021 -

    5 Supply chain trends that are here to stay

    Author: Kelly Skinner, Brambles Open Innovation

    The world has witnessed an unprecedented shift in the way we live our lives, as well as a significant adjustment in the way we shop.

    Far before COVID hit, we had already started to see the power shift from brands to consumers. For decades, communication was one way through advertising but then communication…

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  • March 03, 2021 - UK - Weybridge

    Is electrification still coming as a shock to the automotive sector?

    In 1898, a young Ferdinand Porsche developed the Lohner-Porsche – a horseless carriage with hub-mounted electric motors directly driving each wheel, powered by a hybrid mix of batteries and a gasoline generator.

    There was a flurry of electric cars after that, but as petroleum became much more affordable in the 1900s electric vehicle production lapsed again, becoming mainly…

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