Clear Logistics
How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Supply Chain
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming an integral part of supply chain management. Supply chain is highly complex - delivering just 25 packages by truck has a possible 15 septillion (trillion trillion) routes, according to Goldman Sachs. Integrating AI into the supply chain “will have a bigger economic impact than any other application of the technology and affect a larger number of businesses,” according to The Economist.

While many companies are using robots to improve the running of their factories and warehouses, AI can also transform other areas of the supply chain. Research firm Gartner revealed in a recent survey that supply chain organizations expect the level of machine automation in their supply chain to double over the next five years.

New DSV Facility Built for Modern Pharmaceutical Logistics
In July, DSV opens a new and modern facility in Ghent, Belgium. The facility has been designed and built to handle all the logistics and distribution challenges within the rapidly changing healthcare industry in Europe.

The new facility opens in July and is a 10,500 m2 extension to the current distribution centre in Ghent, now measuring a total of 36,000 m2 dedicated to the healthcare segment. The extension was needed as the healthcare industry is a growing customer base for DSV in Belgium. 

Cargo Insurance: DSV Air & Sea Customs & Compliance Training Seminar
DSV Air & Sea Inc. recently hosted a compliance training seminar in Detroit, Michigan, certified by National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA).
This certification allowed all attendees to receive 3 Certified Customs Specialist (CCS) points and/or 2.5 Certified Export Specialist (CES) points upon completion of the day-long training.

Road: Current Load - to - Truck Ratio Data - June 3 - 9, 2018
According to DAT, formerly Dial-A-Truck, load-to-truck ratios are discussed.

Learn more about the current National load balance.


Industry News: Is your Cargo at Risk to Others?
Most people working in the chemical sector understand the rules related to storage and transport of their products. Many people are surprised at what is classified as dangerous or hazardous.

They are even more surprised to find out that what is not “dangerous” in a low quantity can suddenly become so, once a certain quantity limit is exceeded, or if different packaging is used.

In fact there are “dangerous” goods in almost every home and almost every handbag.This white paper examines the supply chain for packaged “dangerous goods” which may come as a surprise to many people – not just what are obviously chemicals but also food flavorings, perfume, soaps, detergents, cosmetics, dyes, paints and plastics.