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In the September-October issue of Logistics Update Africa, our Cover Story by Surya Kannoth highlights that while the push towards digitalisation continues, it is equally critical to remain sustainable. Our Focus section by Blessy Chettiar observes that adopting technologies like APIs has become crucial for supply chain management stakeholders to deliver value to their customers. The Guest Column by Zuzanna Kosowska-Stamirowska, CEO, NavAlgo, explains how data acquisition and algorithm design will make the AI revolution work. Another Guest Column by Crystal Lassiter from UPS details on the top five global megatrends driving sustainable logistics. The Special Report by Blessy Chettiar focuses on logistics service providers’ responsibility to employ technology to reduce wastage in the handling of perishables. Read our Interview with Obi Ozor, Kobo360, which highlights on building blockchain-enabled G-LOS and the company’s plan to enter 10 new markets by 2020. Our Special Report by Shalini Nair explains Astral Aerial’s initiatives on the crop-spraying drone for Kenyan agricultural market and the vision to build a drone port in Kenya. Don’t miss news roundup from air cargo, aviation, shipping, transport, and tourism sectors.

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