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The hotly anticipated Forklift Operator of the Year competition returns this year. (Image source: Materials Handling Middle East)

The Middle East logistics market is set to reach US$66.3bn by 2020, according to report by Swisslog Middle East, robotic, data-driven and flexible automated solutions provider

The agreement is set to see the two ports research the most effective use of tugboats, as well as training initiatives for deck and engine officers. (Image source: Noee/Flickr)

Abu Dhabi Ports and Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) have signed an agreement to enhance the maritime sector across the Indian Ocean, from port infrastructure and security to protecting the environment and driving the cruise industry

Autonomous transports with low noise levels and zero exhaust emissions have an important role to play in the future of logistics. (Image source: Volvo Trucks)

Volvo Trucks has collaborated with ferry and logistics company DFDS for an autonomous transport solution from a logistics centre to a port terminal in Gothenburg, Sweden

The signing took place at Dell Technologies World 2019 in Las Vegas. (Image source: Abu Dhabi Ports)

Abu Dhabi Ports has signed an MoU with Dell Technologies that will see the organisations combine their expertise in maritime and IT to develop technology-based concepts, solutions and services specifically for the maritime industry

A much higher level of automation is anticipated inside the DCs of the future. (Image source: Swisslog)

The pace of change has never been as fast as it is today, with social and technology trends shaping the warehouse of the future. Alain Kaddoum, general manager at Swisslog Middle East, provides his insights to Technical Review Middle East about some of these trends that include the role of e-commerce in creating higher delivery expectations among consumers (e-retail revenues are projected to grow to US$4.88 trillion in 2021 according to one study by Statista), the growth of anticipatory logistics, 3D printing and customers using multiple channels for their shopping

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