Keeping up with e-commerce


By JOY LEE

Using technology: Automation will have a larger role to play in the traditionally people-heavy processes in logistics. — Bloomberg

THE logistics industry has long heralded the potential of e-commerce.

Over the past few years, the sector has seen the entrance of many delivery startups while mid-sized and larger players have invested in hubs and partnered or acquired other companies to capitalise on the e-commerce wave.

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