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Nicole Ayiomamitou helped to develop Panalpina's new inventory forecasting application D2ID

Nicole Ayiomamitou helped to develop Panalpina's new inventory forecasting application D2ID

Jun 07, 2016 14:25 UTC

In 2013, Panalpina and Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University in Wales (UK), set out to search for the ‘hidden formula’ for lean inventories. The innovative partnership has allowed Panalpina to launch D2ID (Demand-Driven Inventory Dispositioning), a new inventory forecasting application. Nicole Ayiomamitou acted as lead researcher and has since joined Panalpina.

Lead researcher Nicole Ayiomamitou of Cardiff University has joined Panalpina to roll out the D2ID application globally.

Lead researcher Nicole Ayiomamitou of Cardiff University has joined Panalpina to roll out the D2ID application globally.

Feb 03, 2016 14:15 UTC

Panalpina and Cardiff University have launched two further research and development projects. The follow-up projects with the Cardiff Business School and the Cardiff School of Engineering focus on new manufacturing technologies. The aim is to help Panalpina’s customers identify the right products that could be switched from traditional to new, additive manufacturing techniques such as 3D printing.