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Global Contract Logistics Market Report, 2018-2019 & 2023 – The Market Grew by 4.9% in 2018

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Dublin, Aug. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Contract Logistics 2019” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Global Contract Logistics 2019 examines key trends in contract logistics and 3PL operations and provides analysis and evaluation of future practices expected in the industry. It contains an in-depth analysis of the EV supply chain and makes forecasts about how logistics solutions for this sector will change. The report also looks into the use of benchmarks and KPIs used to measure efficiencies of warehouse operations.

In addition, the report ranked the leading contract logistics providers on both a global and regional basis (Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America), and provides the market shares of these providers based on bespoke contract logistics market sizes.

Exclusive highlights

  • The global contract logistics market grew by 4.9% in 2018.
  • The underlying trends in EV production suggest a significant change in the EV supply chain and logistics provision.
  • Increasing automation in the warehouse will change the role of contract logistics providers and the nature of services they will be asked to provide.
  • Top 10 contract logistics providers in Europe, Asia Pacific and North America
  • Analysis of the most important benchmarks for measuring efficiencies and performance of warehouse activities.

This report contains:

  • Market sizing including 2018 actuals, projections for the full year 2019 and 5-year CAGR growth rates 2018-2023
  • In-depth analysis of the changing nature of the EV supply chain and a case study of VW’s supply chain management processes
  • Analysis of the benchmarks used to measure efficiencies and performance of warehouse operations
  • Profiles of major contract logistics providers and rankings of the biggest players
  • 2018 logistics market sizing for the pharmaceutical sector
  • Insight into technological developments affecting the contract logistics industry

This report contains a comparative analysis of leading contract logistics providers:

  • Approach to and implementation of technology
  • Approach to M&A
  • Financial performance – margins in contract logistics
  • New contract wins
  • Approach to strategic threats – deglobalisation, shifts in vertical sectors

The following contract logistics providers are profiled:

  • CEVA
  • DB Schenker
  • DHL Supply Chain
  • Kuehne + Nagel
  • Pantos
  • DSV
  • GEODIS
  • Hitachi Transport System
  • Nippon Express
  • Ryder
  • UPS
  • XPO Logistics
  • Yusen Logistics

Key questions the report asks and answers:

  • How will logistics solutions for the EV sector change? Who will be the winners and losers in the EV supply chain?
  • Which technologies will become widely adopted and which will remain niche in contract logistics operations?
  • Which region has the highest 2018-2020 compound annual growth rate?
  • What are the supply chain dynamics of different vertical sectors?
  • How are LSPs future-proofing their contract logistics capabilities?

Key Topics Covered

1. Key Findings

2. Contract Logistics Developments
2.1 Transport for Electric & Digital Vehicle production
2.1.1 Supply Chain Geography
2.1.2 Supply Chain Process
2.1.3 Information rich transport planning
2.1.4 Less dedicated & more open
2.1.5 Winners & Losers
2.1.6 A word about batteries
2.1.7 Platforms and Supply Chain Management in Electric Vehicles: VW’s MEB case study
2.2. Pharmaceuticals Market Structure
2.2.1 Healthcare Spending
2.2.2 Trade Dynamics
2.2.3 Trends in Pharma
2.2.4 Drivers of growth in Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
2.2.5 Pharmaceutical Logistics Market Sizing 2018
2.2.6 Factors affecting pharmaceuticals logistics spend
2.2.7 Forecasting the market for pharmaceutical logistics
2.2.8 Pharma approach to Purchasing and Managing Logistics
2.2.9 Clinical Trials Logistics
2.2.10 Biologics
2.2.11 Regulatory impact on logistics
2.2.12 Major pharma markets
2.3 A new retail era
2.3.1 Retail in the US
2.3.2 Emerging Market retail

3. Warehouse Operations Benchmarking
3.1 Why Is Measurement Important?
3.2 What Are The Key Benchmarks?
3.3 Using Benchmarks Effectively
3.4 The Implications of Inefficient Operations
3.5 The Problem With Benchmarks
3.6 How Can Performance Be Improved?
3.7 Alternative Warehouse Operation Assessment Method
3.8 Conclusion

4. Technology
4.1 Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
4.1.1 Supply chain inventory management
4.1.2 Big Data and AI
4.1.3 Logistics applications of AI
4.1.4 Outlook
4.2 Robotics
4.2.1 Types of robots
4.2.2 Robots in logistics
4.2.3 People versus robots
4.2.4 What will be the future role of the logistics provider?
4.3 Blockchain
4.3.1 What is needed to achieve the state proposed?
4.3.2 What are the risks?
4.3.3 What are the opportunities?
4.3.4 What barriers may limit adoption?
4.3.5 What is the potential for these innovations to be in place in 2030?
4.4. Digital Logistics Marketplaces in the warehousing sector
4.4.1 Pros and Cons of On-demand’ Warehousing
4.4.2 Case Studies of On-Demand Warehouse Providers
4.5 3D Printing
4.5.1 What is needed to achieve the state proposed?
4.5.2 What are the risks?
4.5.3 What are the opportunities?
4.5.4 What barriers may limit adoption?
4.5.5 Adoption by industry sectors
4.5.6 What is the potential for these innovations to be in place in 2030?
4.6 Summary

5. Global Contract Logistics Market Sizing
5.1. Global Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.2 Asia Pacific Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.3 Europe Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.4 Middle East & North Africa Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.5 North America Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.6 Russia, Caucasus and Central Asia Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.7 South America Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast
5.8 Sub-Saharan Africa Contract Logistics Market Size & Forecast

6. Providers
6.1 Top 10 Players and Market Shares
6.1.1 Global
6.1.2 Asia Pacific
6.1.3 Europe
6.1.4 North America
6.2 Providers
6.2.1 CEVA
6.2.2 DB Schenker Logistics
6.2.3 DHL Supply Chain
6.2.4 DSV
6.2.5 Geodis
6.2.6 Hitachi Transport System
6.2.7 Kuehne + Nagel
6.2.8. Nippon Express
6.2.9 Pantos Logistics
6.2.10 Ryder
6.2.11 UPS Supply Chain
6.2.12 XPO Logistics
6.2.13 Yusen Logistics

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Visionary Bitcoin Creator Satoshi Nakamoto to Reveal Identity

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Founder of Satoshi Nakamoto Renaissance Holdings to disclose the origins of his iconic pseudonym and the word Bitcoin on Sunday, Aug. 18, in the first installment of his three-part daily epiphany “My Reveal” on www.SatoshiNRH.com, and www.ivymclemore.com

NEW YORK, Aug. 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — After a decade of anonymity, Satoshi Nakamoto will break his silence in Part I of his “My Reveal” Sunday, Aug. 18, at 4 p.m. EDT on the Satoshi Nakamoto Renaissance Holdings website, www.SatoshiNRH.com, and the Ivy McLemore & Associates website, www.ivymclemore.com.

In addition to his real-life identity, Nakamoto will use “My Reveal” to divulge such facts as his country of origin, education, professional background, and why he has yet to move any of his 980,000 bitcoins.

Indicative of the compelling evidence he presents in each part of the series, Nakamoto will illustrate the role that cyphers and encryption related to his devotion to Chaldean numerology played in many decisions in his creation of Bitcoin.

Nakamoto also will disclose why he chose the date August 18 not only to register bitcoin.org in 2008, but also to release Part I of “My Reveal” this coming Sunday on the 11th anniversary of his registration of bitcoin.org through AnonymousSpeech.com.

Nakamoto’s revelations will culminate Tuesday in Part III with his introduction of Tabula Rasa, his clean-slate vision for Bitcoin’s transformational rebirth, and the declaration of his identity.

The final two parts of Nakamoto’s “My Reveal” will post to www.SatoshiNRH.com and www.ivymclemore.com on Monday and Tuesday at 4 p.m. EDT.

About Satoshi Nakamoto Renaissance (SNR) Holdings

Satoshi Nakamoto Renaissance (SNR) Holdings is in the business of providing superior Blockchain technologies to help transform people’s lives. For more information, please visit www.SatoshiNRH.com or follow @SatoshiNRH on Twitter.

About Ivy McLemore & Associates

Ivy McLemore & Associates (IM&A) is a digital marketing and PR agency that specializes in serving investment management and cryptocurrency clients seeking to gain and maintain a competitive edge. For more information, please visit www.ivymclemore.com.

CONTACT: Ivy McLemore
PHONE: 212.323.2774
EMAIL: satoshiPR@ivymclemore.com 
WEB: www.ivymclemore.com

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Byzen Digital Announces Opening of New Operational Company in the UK, Byzen Digital Limited

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Additionally Announces Termination of LOI with Fortune8 

London, UK, Aug. 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Byzen Digital Inc. (OTC PINK: BYZN), a technology mergers and acquisitions company, today announced the opening of new operational company in the UK, Byzen Digital Limited.

Over the past 12 months Byzen Digital Inc. has continued to develop its business model and now has a clear strategy that identifies and engages with SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) technology companies with the goal to developing commercial relationships. In addition, the Company also looks to offer its consultancy services into this sector with a focus on technology market disrupters. Byzen Digital Inc. recently established a Consultancy Services Division in conjunction with its strategic partner, The Axiom Partnership. To assist in developing this model, Byzen Digital management has commissioned the opening of a new operational company in the UK, Byzen Digital Limited, which will replace the non-operational Byzen Digital UK Limited that will be closed shortly.

Termination of LOI    

Byzen Digital Inc. additionally announces that further to its Letter of Intent (LOI) with Fortune8 Technologies, that after months of negotiations, it is currently unable to reach a definitive agreement to complete the acquisition of the Company. 

Byzen Digital President Chris Percy commented, “It is with regret that we have made the operational decision to no longer engage directly with Fortune8. The Board and I wish them success in their future ventures. With this action we now have the luxury to continue to explore and develop other new and existing opportunities.”

About Byzen Digital Inc.

Byzen Digital is a high-growth organisation focused on mergers and acquisitions in the technology space. Originally set up to service the growing blockchain sector, Byzen Digital’s scope has quickly grown beyond its initial focus to incorporate start-ups and SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) from the wider technology arena including cyber security, data storage, cloud-tech, analytics, software and digital applications. 

The Byzen family provides vital strategic insight, global funding access and a robust corporate structure to support its incorporated ventures in positioning concepts for global success. For more information go to: www.byzendigital.com

Safe Harbour Statement

This press release may include forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements related to anticipated revenues, expenses, earnings, operating cash flows, the outlook for markets and the demand for products. Forward-looking statements are no guarantees of future performance and are inherently subject to uncertainties and other factors which could cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements. Such statements are based upon, among other things, assumptions made by, and information currently available to, management, including management’s own knowledge and assessment of the Company’s industry and competition. The company assumes no duty to update its forward-looking statements.

Contact:

Chris Percy

President

Byzen Digital INC

chris.p@byzendigital.com

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ThalesNano Introduces MicroCube™, the Groundbreaking Compact Reactor for Ultrafast Heterogeneous Chemistry and the PhotoCube™ Series, Designed for Powerful and Versatile Multiwavelength Photochemistry

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BUDAPEST, Hungary and SAN DIEGO, Aug. 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ThalesNano Inc. (www.thalesnano.com) announced today that MicroCube™ and the PhotoCube™ series are to be launched at the 258th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition (booth #2218) on the 25th of August 2019 in San Diego, California.

The MicroCube™ system is the first compact, handheld instrument designed for chemical route-scouting and receiving instant feedback on reaction success. Fast and efficient processes on microgram scale are now available within minutes, from room temperature to 130°C and from atmospheric pressure to 50 bar. The innovative design enables performance of sensitive reactions without the use of gloveboxes. The instrument exploits the advantages of ThalesNano’s CatCart® technology, allowing safe and easy gas-liquid or gas-liquid-solid phase catalytic reactions, with the use of 12-50 mg catalyst amounts.

Gergely Darvas, CEO of ThalesNano, commented: “We are proud to launch the MicroCube™, a cutting edge new instrument for repeated 0.1-2 milligram samples’ synthesis. The system works in a similar fashion to an automatic pipette and opens up solutions unprecedented on the market.”

The PhotoCube™ Series are the first professional photoreactors in the world, that are available as a self-assembly kit as well. Various configurations tailored to the customer’s needs can be applied to a diverse set of batch, flow, stop-flow and CSTR photochemical reactions. Options for multicolor and UV LEDs enable the users to apply up to 7+1 wavelengths even simultaneously and to cover a wide range of chemical applications.

“These reactors make photochemistry accessible to everyone,” Alex Drijver, CEO of ComInnex, a drug discovery company (www.cominnex.com), sister company of ThalesNano, added. “The compact and flexible design is combined with high performance, which makes this modular product series unique. Reactions can be carried out in the same instrument with a range of UV to red lights in an effective and easy manner.”

Between the 25th and 27th of August at the San Diego Convention Centre delegates will also have the opportunity to get acquainted with further new products, such as the Back Pressure Module 300™ widening the available chemical space up to 300 bar, and the Dual Channel Gas Module™ to allow two different gases to be used at up to 100 bar pressure in flow chemical setups. Participants will also have a chance to familiarize themselves with ThalesNano’s FlowReact™ open innovation platform for registering flow chemical reactions, utilizing blockchain technology for irrevocable data storage and for contributing to IP protection.

About ThalesNano: ThalesNano, inventor of the award winner H-Cube® series, is the world leader of benchtop flow chemistry instrumentation. The company extends the available chemical space to the extremes and has the widest portfolio of solutions providing laboratory-scale continuous flow equipment and know-how. More than 1400 of their products are used globally by the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, fine chemical, petroleum/biofuel industries and in academia, resulting in the highest number of scientific publications in the field. Great emphasis is being put on supporting research and development by engaging in scientific collaborations and education. Their mission is to make flow chemistry part of the daily laboratory routine, allowing chemists to realize safer syntheses and processes, easier and more efficient workflows. The company was founded by Dr. Ferenc Darvas, who is also the Chairman of the oldest Hungarian upstream-technology network.

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