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Self-Driving Vehicles in Road Freight Transport
  The advent of self-driving vehicles is gearing up to be a major game changer across all transport industries. The freight and supply chain industry, in particular, could see radical changes if the new technology becomes widely implemented. This article reports on the use of self-driving vehicles in road freight transportation and examines how this technology could reduce costs and benefit hauliers in the light of increasing freight transport demand. Additionally, it investigates the impact of this technology on society and other supply chain members, and identifies current implementation barriers and potentials for future developments.

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    21 December 2016

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    Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport

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    Historic Funder (pre-Worktribe)


Sing Muddhar, A., Valantasis-Kanello, N., & Plant, E. (2016). Self-Driving Vehicles in Road Freight Transport.


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