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India’s Ministry of Science and Technology has announced changes to the country’s mapping and geospatial data laws, liberalizing regulations on geospatial information, making it freely available for innovation and IT companies across the country.
There are few things destined for growth and e-grocery is one of them. This is owed to the disruption caused by the pandemic. It has brought about an incredible change in consumer behaviour and finally broken one of the most difficult shopping patterns—grocery shopping.
“Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist in creating out of void but out of chaos.” ― Mary Shelly
Crowdsourced delivery, also known as crowdsourced shipping, is being seen as the solution to some real-world last-mile delivery problems. This emerging method is used to deliver packages to customers by leveraging non-professional and local courier services.
As convenience, delivery speed, and efficiency continue to define customer experience, there is a steady growth in the use of Electric Vehicles to carry out last-mile operations. EVs are eco-friendly and offer some hidden business gains to supply chain enterprises. Read on to catch up on this rising trend that is shaping up the future of last-mile deliveries across the globe.
The E-Commerce boom has influenced consumer behaviour like never before. Economics taught us that it was the price that drove demand. Now, we are learning how convenience drives demand even more.
From farm to fork, the agri-foods supply chain is typically a long journey with multiple touchpoints. Once harvested in a farmer’s barn, the produce is first sent to primary processors, who clean, cut, package, and sort the crops into appropriate sizes for sale.
The new wave of coronavirus has made life tough again and hopes of easing restrictions have taken a back seat. Social distancing norms have become much stricter and consumer behaviour has seen a massive transformation.
How to reduce your supply chain carbon footprint with Logistics Planning Software? Check out how Locus logistics planning and green logistics strategies can help you in reducing your supply chain carbon emissions and fuel consumption.
87% of retail brands in the U.K. and the U.S. have said they plan to launch a D2C channel at some point in the future, while 23% said they will do so within the next 12 months, according to research by Brightpearl
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