This interview first appeared in the August/September 2017 issue of Logistics & Materials Handling. For many years now, images captured by closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems, whether on public or private property, have been used to secure convictions, establish timelines, and identify suspects after crimes have been committed. The technology’s main limitation until now has been the … Continue reading CCTV 2.0
Parkes, New South Wales, a town perhaps best known for its reknowned annual Elvis festival, has released a light-hearted video detailing the reasons why Amazon should choose to set its fulfilment operations up there when the eCommerce giant arrives in Australia. Telling the story of a man using Amazon to get his hands on an … Continue reading Parkes NSW makes cheeky Amazon bid
Online plant hire equipment database iSeekplant has recently launched a new video marketing campaign, a raw and witty take on the challenges facing the world of mining and construction in Australia. With the Australian construction and mining industries experiencing tough times, iSeekplant is using a creative way to cut through the loud market and get their … Continue reading Tongue-in-cheek video takes a dig at construction and mining industries
Logistics & Materials Handling brings you a fantastic, hilariously gory forklift training video from the 1980s.
A great clip showing newly built ships being side-launched into harbours. Looks dangerous but experts tell us the method is standard practice in the industry.
A new video by Mettler Toledo shows how its pallet dimensioning system has helped a major American less-than-truckload (LTL) trucking company work more efficiently.