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How will the second largest e-commerce player in China digitalize the logistic system to thrive in the future?
With increasing demand for logistics in China and fierce competition coming from JD, is Alibaba's asset-light smart platform model positioning itself well for long-term success?
How will a global shipping company simultaneously capitalize on the efficiency gains afforded by digitization while navigating the relevant safety, cybersecurity, and regulatory hurdles?
Digital technology is transforming Amazon’s supply chain through Amazon Prime Air, an initiative to develop a fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to digitize and automate its last-mile delivery process.
Imagine you’re a doctor in a rural village in Rwanda hoping to perform a blood transfusion for a pregnant woman in critical condition in order to save her life; however, you do not have the blood supply that would be necessary for you to properly treat your patient. The nearest hospital is several hours away by car, but you are certain that your patient would not survive more than a couple hours without the transfusion. What should you do?
Just ask a nurse to text Zipline for a blood delivery by drone!