Fuelling Up For Digital Transformation?

Up to now, ‘digitisation’ has largely been about ‘playing the game better’ by using IT to improve efficiencies and reduce costs. However, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles and additive manufacturing, will not just change the rules of the game but the very game itself.  Now commonly referred to as ‘digitalisation’.

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Press Release: TGMatrix scheduled to speak at Logistics Leaders Event.

TGMatrix is delighted to announce that we have been invited to speak at the Logistics Leaders, Passport to Profit Workshop on 15 May 2018, in Leicestershire. With topics covering innovative ways of adding to your ‘bottom line’, it is sure to be an unmissable event! Agenda includes: Innovation in Materials Handling Solutions Tips on Improving…

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Press Release: Come Visit Us At Multi-Modal 2018!

In partnership with the Logistics Leaders Network, TGMatrix is happy to announce that we will be attending Multi-Modal on Wednesday 2 May 2018. If you would like to set up a dedicated meeting time, please contact sales@tgmatrix.com, or find us on Stand 7072 to say hello! Hope to see you there. To get the latest updates, please…

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How Can The Transport Industry Overcome Brexit Challenges?

Much attention has been paid to the impact of new tariffs and duties on UK-EU freight post Brexit, but these are not the only issues. The European Commission has pointed out that without a deal, a range of UK-issued documents will no longer be recognised in the EU. These include Certificates of Professional Competence for drivers / transport managers, UK driving licenses and UK-issued Community licenses for hauliers.

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The Intelligent Route To Improve Transport Productivity

Can intelligent freight matching help boost UK productivity? If we measured it as GDP per hour worked, the UK’s productivity has pretty much flat-lined since 2008, and although recent figures suggest some improvement, we still lag well behind countries such as Germany and France. Many reasons are suggested, and few solutions have been proposed. But…

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