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Cohesio Group becomes Körber Supply Chain

In a move that will see some of the world’s top supply chain technology solution providers unify to become one united entity, international technology group Körber has formed a new global brand called Körber Supply Chain. READ MORE >>

Swire Bulk takes delivery of new bulk carrier

Swire Bulk, the bulk division of The China Navigation Company, has taken delivery of its new, log-fitted bulk carrier into service. READ MORE >>

Port Otago steering its way to high-tech noise containment

Strict noise regulations restrict noises in seaports above a certain decibel level – but for Port Otago, it was the noises it didn’t make that were causing a headache. READ MORE >>

How do you plan for something you can’t predict? – By Stuart Harman and Rod Hozack

As Covid-19 spread rapidly across the globe, businesses and governments were scrambling to deal with the impact. The number of those in New Zealand with the virus has been comparatively low compared to other parts of the world. Nonetheless, the impact on business has been significant. READ MORE >>

Success ensures new courier delivery model set to continue

A parcel surge the equivalent of four Christmases has seen Aramex commence a recruitment drive for ‘Uber-style’ courier drivers across New Zealand. READ MORE >>

New navigation charts bring economic and maritime safety benefits to Tonga

Navy disaster relief vessels and other large ships will no longer rely on old-fashioned plumb lines and charts measuring in fathoms to enter some of Tonga’s waters, as they have done since the 1800s. READ MORE >>

Traffic management and forklifts – By Keith Robinson

In this, the second of a three-part series of articles on site safety and traffic management, Keith Robinson turns his attention to forklifts and the challenges they create when it comes to keeping workers and site visitors safe. READ MORE >>

Packaging up the position – courier driver successfully challenges worker status– By Gillian Service

In early May the Employment Court issued a decision confirming that a courier driver operating as an independent contractor was in fact and in law an employee of the courier company. READ MORE >>

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