The Covid-19 pandemic has had a big impact on daily warehouse operations. New regulations, as well as business-driven safety protocols, have changed the way many warehouses operate and everyone has had to adapt.
Digital Innovation Insights with Sello Lehong, Head of Innovation.
In our second episode of our digital innovation series Sello explains how we're using artificial intelligence and machine learning for transport management at Barloworld Automotive & Logistics.
Steering transformation, ensuring inclusivity and making way for diversity at Barloworld Automotive & Logistics is Nosipiwo Ngxabazi
At Barloworld Logistics, we believe that diversity is fundamental for an organisation growing into the future and as such we employ and leverage the skills of women throughout our organisation. The inclusion of women in the transport and logistics industry is not only a Barloworld Logistics imperative but is part of a global drive to promote inclusive economies where the benefit of economic growth can be shared with all who contribute, regardless of gender. Our vision of gender equality at all levels of our organisation is strongly evident, from the female executives at the very top of our organisation to our professional driver learnership for women, and Barloworld Logistics is well on the way to being a genuinely gender inclusive organisation.
Barloworld Logistics launched its benchmark supplychainforesight 2017 with a positive message that conveyed both optimism and excitement in the face of a rapidly changing world.