Ship Intelligence: Transport of goods with autonomous ships

Can you imagine a truck of goods supplied with electric power? Tesla and Mercedes say yes

Transportation & Logistics Software AndSoft: Technology e-TMS - A web based Transportation Management System

USA/Munich, August 12, 2016.-  The market for electrical and hybrid cars is still a growing trend, but slow. However, the manufacturers of electric cars, (and autonomous), have also been fixed in the overland transportation of goods. Tesla and Mercedes, time, taking the lead with the first prototypes.

Mercedes-Benz outlined plans to start selling an electric heavy-duty truck in about five years, a week after Tesla Motors’ initial sketch on battery-powered commercial vehicles failed to impress inventos. The Mercedes-Benz Urban eTruck will have a range of about 200 kilometers (120 miles) per battery charge and capacity for loads of as much as 26 metric tons, parent company Daimler said today in a statement. The model, targeted for inner-city tasks such as supermarket deliveries, could go on sale by the start of the next decade, it said.

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The visibility of the supply chain: Utopia, myth or factor of competitiveness

Transportation & Logistics Software AndSoft: Technology e-TMS - A web based Transportation Management System

Europe, August 5, 2016.-  The visibility of the supply chain for all its actors is already a standard. However, each logistics manager has his vision on the visibility.

In AndSoft we have had the opportunity to read the following analysis of the company Trax Technologies. And we published here because it provides details of analysis enriching. We hope that it will be of your interest.

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El transporte expectante ante el pulso definitivo de las ventas on line al comercio tradicional

Software Gestión Transporte TMS.Tecnología, Soluciones y Contexto para las empresas de Transporte y Logística

Madrid, 4 de agosto del 2016.-   La digitalización de nuestras compras diarias y su entrega en nuestro hogar u oficina, ya están aquí. Amazon acaba de lanzar en España la venta de productos frescos  y ha dado un paso más en su apuesta por captar clientes con la entrega en una hora, unos servicios que por ahora sólo estarán disponibles en Madrid. La compañía de Jeff Bezos, que en su web española vendía únicamente alimentos no perecederos, avanza así en su estrategia en España y planta cara a las cadenas de supermercados y a algunos de sus máximos rivales como Mercadona o El Corte Inglés, que desde hace unos meses ofrece la posibilidad de recibir en 2 horas los pedidos online en veintisiete ciudades.

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