Month: July 2018

Consumerisation of the supply chain increases enterprise pressure

Consumerisation of the supply chain increases enterprise pressure

The consumerisation of digital technology has seen a surge in demand for mobile-first logistics solutions placing significant pressure on companies to adopt a digital approach to supply chains. Cassie Lessing, managing director, Strato IT Group, a mobile business solutions provider, says that logistics has rapidly become the backbone of industry […]

Your Truck Your Gym initiative to address driver well-being

Your Truck Your Gym initiative to address driver well-being

As a training provider within the transport industry, our commitment to reducing driver risk extends to a number of areas- with driver wellness being one of them. Driver training seeks to change driver behaviour in more ways than one. Although this is achieved in various disciplines across the board, too […]

Imperial Logistics showcase critical role played by logistics and supply chain management in winning the war against AIDS.

Imperial Logistics showcase critical role played by logistics and supply chain management in winning the war against AIDS.

At the 22nd International AIDS Conference, which takes place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 23 to 27 July, Imperial Logistics will showcase the critical role being played by logistics and supply chain management in winning the war against AIDS. “As Africa’s leading healthcare supply chain partner, we are proud to […]

Truck drivers cautioned to prevent drowsy and tired driving!

Truck drivers cautioned to prevent drowsy and tired driving!

Truck drivers have been cautioned by the KZN Department of Transport about the perils of driver tiredness. Earlier this week the Arrive Alive website published a very informative animation on Driver Tiredness, Fatigue and Road Safety! This animation was developed after a horrific crash by a truck driver in 2017: […]

Plant and machinery: Don’t let the unexpected derail your business

Plant and machinery: Don’t let the unexpected derail your business

Small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) are the backbone of the South African economy. With an increased focus from government in driving support for emerging SMMEs, including the design of the infrastructure project rollout to favour up-and-coming contractors, there are big opportunities for emerging businesspeople to apply their entrepreneurial ability […]