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4 News and information from the entire world of intralogistics Fully automated processes in a challenging work environment Jan van der Velden (on the right side) is talking about intralogistics trends Intralogistics Trade magazine for material flow and material management like us on facebook f+h Distribution ensures transparency in the supply chain 2,000 units of warehousing equipment provided for a hypermarkets network TABLE OF CONTENT COLUMNS Editorial Imprint Worldwide news CEMAT WORLDWIDE Interview: CeMAT 2018 once again in parallel with the trade fair Hannover Messe in Germany CEMAT RUSSIA NEWS E-commerce strengthens intralogistics Product news INTRALOGISTICS Interview: Trends ipact product developments F+H DISTRIBUTION COMMENT FROM THE PUBLISHER Sending the right signals Worldwide news GLOBAL BUSINESS Russia remains an important market E-commerce market growth in Russia LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT Data analytics in the logistics sector ? In the slipstream or the fast lane? SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Supply chain optimization from the cloud BUSINESS AND ECONOMY Global trade flows Republic of Indonesia: Facts and figures f+h Distribution 4/2016 Preview MATERIAL FLOW Efficient material flows in times of e-commerce WAREHOUSING Fully automated processes for a continuous cold chain Product news SOFTWARE Investment security with added value INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS Jungheinrich equipment provides efficient internal logistics of a hypermarkets network f+h Intralogistics 3/2016

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14 Trends ipact product developments INTRALOGISTICS I INTERVIEW During an interview with one of the editors of f+h Intralogistics, Jan van der Velden, Senior Manager Systems at Vanderlande, answers questions on current intralogistics trends and explains how the company is reacting to them. Mister van der Velden, the company Vanderlande focuses on the system business sector. What are the current sector trends in your area of responsibility? Basically, there are two subject areas that are currently generating a lot of activity in the sector. One of these is e-commerce, which is sustainably changing trade and thus the intralogistics sector. Not only are we witnessing considerable growth in this sector, but purchasing behavior and customer requirements are also continuously changing. When a customer orders something on the Internet, it is simply natural that the goods arrive the next day. Even if the customer does not need the product urgently, long delivery times are generally not accepted. The seller must be able to react to these requirements and be in a position to implement in practice fast reaction and delivery speeds. Intralogistics thus plays a corresponding key function within the supply chain. The interview with Jan van der Velden (right in the image) was conducted by f+h Intralogistics editor Holger Seybold f+h Intralogistics 3/2016 Do you believe fast deliveries are an important distinguishing criterion within the e-commerce sector? I definitely do. We do not need to discuss the price when it comes to comparable products. The transparency of the Internet means that all prices can be compared directly with one another, just with a few mouse clicks. Therefore online retailers can really only differentiate themselves from other retailers by providing a better service. An important criterion is the delivery time. In some urban areas, retailers are already offering same day delivery services. Obviously this only works if the entire supply chain is designed for this purpose. At the start you talked about two subject areas. What other trend is influencing the sector? The Internet is also constantly influencing consumer behavior and thus all of the business processes. The variety of products is also increasing rapidly. New products are no longer just available in two or three but in ten or more colors. Due to the larger variety, products are becoming more customized. The next thing will be to personalize products. So if a product is processed in any kind of way for the customer, for example by being engraved, this is referred to as added value. We have therefore already reached batch size 1, which is a major challenge for intralogistics processes. The personalization and corresponding processes take time, which has a knock on effect on the delivery time. As a result of the described changes, retailers are faced with a greater number of smaller deliveries and must therefore keep a larger number of products in stock as well as including the personalization process in the supply chain. These factors mean that a corresponding amount of processing work is required, whereby companies quickly come to a point when existing systems reach their limits.

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24 E-commerce market growth in Russia billion rubles Despite the currency crisis, the e-commerce market in Russia is constantly growing. The volume of cross-border trade in Q1, 2016, grew more than twice compared with 2013 2014 2015 2016 the same period in 2015. In 2016 Russian buyers will spend 37% more via foreign online stores than in the past. GLOBAL BUSINESS ccording to AKIT, the association of e-commerce companies, online sales volumes in Russia by the end of 2016 will grow by 15% up to 850 billion rubles. Among the main market drivers behind the growth of internet commerce is the increase in internet users and their competence, and the reduction of mobile internet costs. The key factors limiting growth are the negative economic situation and the decline of purchasing power. According to experts, the potential for the Russian e-commerce market is enormous. The online segment currently makes up a f+h Distribution 3/2016 modest 4% of all domestic retail, which can be compared to 12% in the UK. The Russian online market is therefore not yet saturated, and the biggest players have not entered. All the same, the demand for foreign online stores is high. According to the results of Q1, 2016, Russian buyers spent about 70 billion rubles in foreign online stores, which is 106% more than for the same period in 2015. According to AKIT, cross-border trade volumes may grow by 37% in 2016 reaching 300 billion rubles. The number of inbound international shipments of goods in Q1 reached

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30 Global trade flows Goods trade 2014 in billions of US dollars North America 1,251 Europe 4,665 BUSINESS AND ECONOMY Value of world trade in goods 2014: USD 18.5 trillion Central and South America Largest export nations: (Value of exports in billions of US dollars) 1. China 2,342 2. USA 1,621 3. Germany 1,508 Africa Main graphics: Dachser f+h Distribution 3/2016

31 1,065 CIS States Middle East intra-regional trade flows (USD 50 billion or more) intra-regional trade (within the individual regions) Source: World Trade Organization Asia 3,093 INFORMATION Free trade agreements worldwide Currently, well over 200 active free trade agreements are registered with the WTO. They include these existing and planned free trade zones. Europe European Union (EU) Measured by the volume of its movement of goods and services (GDP), the economy of the EU is today larger than the economy of the US. In 2015, the EU had a GDP of around EUR 14.6 trillion. North America USA, Canada, and Mexico (NAFTA) Today, NAFTA comprises a quarter of the global GDP and is the largest free trading zone worldwide, even larger than the EU. Transatlantic Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) The EU continues to be the most important trade partner of the US. Intended to generate new momentum for the economy and the labor market, TTIP is proving contentious and controversial. Transpacific Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) The following countries are on board: USA, Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, and Brunei. Together, they represent some 40 percent of global economic output and 25 percent of all exports worldwide. China is not participating in the TPP. Asia Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) China and the ASEAN nations represent an economic area with around 1.9 billion people. RCEP is designed to be somewhat of a counterweight to TPP. Source: BMWi, Eurostat, Spiegel f+h Distribution 3/2016

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