The winners of the 2021 Amazon Everywoman in Transport and Logistics Awards have been announced.
FedEx has expanded its Women’s Inclusive Network in Europe as part of its diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) agenda.
More than 100 large organisations have now signed The Climate Pledge, an Amazon-led initiative that encourages companies to become net-zero by 2040.
The 2021 Amazon Everywoman in Transport and Logistics Awards are open for nominations until February 8, 2021.
Uber will no longer be leading development of its own self-driving technology after selling its autonomous vehicle division to Aurora for an undisclosed sum.
From campaigning at a political level, to developing the next industry leaders; from transforming the way congestion is managed, to delivering a multi-million pound revenue gain: meet four women making their mark in transport and logistics
Autoglass has launched a new voice assistant skill using Amazon’s Alexa enabling the technology to book appointments and make enquiries.
The trial will see the delivery of an Amazon Echo Dot device to a number of Volvo’s fleet customers.
Volvo aims to solve the hassle of customers waiting in for a courier delivery by turning its cars into safes. Jonathan Manning reports
Skoda drivers can now check the status of their car using an Amazon Alexa virtual personal assistant.
Seat will be the first car brand in Europe to integrate Amazon’s Alexa voice service into its vehicles.
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