In a connected world where technological advances moving at an exponential rate, traditional logistics has started to shift towards mechanisation and automation driven by increasingly sophisticated tools and greater use of robotics.
The race to improve performance is on, with the aim of increasing profitability, saving space, shortening lead times as well as reducing the burden of tasks... prompting the development of intelligent warehouses.
This change is gaining pace at a time when the profession is facing a series of real estate challenges (scarcity of supply and land), HR (recruitment complicated by the unattractive image of the jobs on offer, particularly due to the difficulty and repetitive nature of the work involved), and the economy (increase in market or rental values, inflation, salary increases).
This climate raises increasingly crucial questions regarding the adaptability of logistics warehouses to new operating technologies and their cost.
How do we approach logistics 4.0? What issues are market players facing?
These are the questions we will aim to address in this report.