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Collaborative warehousing – driving market share in an evolving economy

20th February 2018 Future proofing your warehouse model to keep up with evolving consumer demand n the 100 years post the industrial revolution, business experienced an era of slow, incremental change. In recent years, however, the so-called 4th industrial revolution has brought about exponential disruption to... 

Barloworld board looks to improve capital allocated to leasing assets to improve returns

7th December 2017 Earthmoving equipment and logistics multinational Barloworld’s board on Thursday announced that it was investigating the capital allocated to leasing assets to further optimise capital allocation into higher-returning opportunities. Various options are currently under consideration in relation to... 

Barloworld puts underperforming logistics unit on notice

1st December 2017 Barloworld may exit its logistics business should it not reach certain milestones by September next year, says CEO Dominic Sewela. Barloworld Logistics is currently the focus of a turnaround strategy under new divisional CEO, Kamogelo Mmutlana, who took control of the business in March. 

Barloworld will consider logistics exit should unit not meet September targets

20th November 2017 Barloworld may exit its logistics business should it not reach certain milestones by September next year, says CEO Dominic Sewela. Barloworld Logistics is currently the focus of a turnaround strategy under new divisional CEO, Kamogelo Mmutlana, who took control of the business in March. 
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New helicopters ordered for TNPA's Durban, Richards Bay ports

Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has concluded negotiations and signed an agreement for the manufacture, supply and delivery of two new helicopters to service the Durban and Richards Bay ports, as part of its helicopter marine pilotage service - one of only three countries in the world to... 

Minigrid solutions suitable for addressing Africa’s energy challenge

Minigrids have the capability to operate in isolation from the national grid and have been shown to reduce the cost of, and dramatically increase the pace of, rural electrification, says Blue World Power Energy and Resources MD Gavin Carlson. “We view minigrids as a game changer for the rapid,... 
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