DURA: Powering the Evolution of Mobility

Featured Vendor (May-June) - 2022

Logistics can be traced all the way back to the Greek and Roman Empires, but it has undergone several major transformations as new technologies provide opportunities to more efficiently manage the movement and storage of goods. To remain competitive and enhance efficiency, keeping up with the latest technology is a must. The logistics industry is benefiting immensely from the latest technology and will continue to grow as more advances are made. Making the switch from paper-based processes and rigid legacy systems to digital supply networks, and improvements in the artificial and augmented intelligence has surely been one of the biggest logistics trends of 2021.

But advancements in technologies aren’t the only big changes influencing the industry. From new shipping regulations to growing global tensions and trade wars, and an economic recession due to the pandemic, logistics companies need to focus on innovating and watch out for new disruptions during 2021. Intelligent transportation, route planning, and demand planning have grown massively popular within the industry. Augmented intelligence, on the other hand, is expected to generate $2.9 trillion of business value and lead to an increase of 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity globally by 2021. In addition to this, delivery networks could use such technology to provide real-time information that will improve delivery times and further aid autonomous vehicles in their routes. It will be fascinating to see what other impactful logistics use cases develop over this year.

In this edition of Logistics and Transportation Review, we bring to you some of the leading companies that have excelled through innovation in delivering promising solutions and services. We hope the inspiring success stories of these providers benefit our readers in pursuit of an ideal collaboration.

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    Featured Vendor (May-June)

  • Catalus Corporation is a leading Powder Metallurgy company that provides innovative powder metal solutions and extends excellent customer service and client collaboration. They are primarily engaged in conversions of non-PM components into PM parts across several market segments. Over the years, Catalus has assisted OEMs as well as suppliers, extending complete support with assemblies and design assistance. With the new development at St. Marys designed for powder metal products flow, Catalus is looking forward to housing the state of the art equipment and expand their R&D


  • DURA Automotive Systems, a part of MiddleGround Capital, is a global automotive supplier specializing in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of solutions that drive the evolution of mobility. Operating as a global automotive supplier, DURA is recognized by leading vehicle manufacturers as the preferred supplier partner for innovative, highly integrated, mechatronic systems and lightweight solutions. Over the last few years, the company has invested heavily to become a significant player in the evolution of mobility and enable superior performance and value creation through its cutting edge technology. DURA even acquired huge contracts from automotive OEMs


  • An innovative start-up creating a world-class Customer First Mobility platform for the automotive industry, based on trusted Salesforce technology


  • Uniquesec has invented a technology for test and verification of automotive radars (ASGARD1). This system can generate the signatures of multiple and different targets in front of the automotive radar. It enables the testing and verification of ADAS and AD systems in a variety of scenarios. Thus, the need for miles of driving expedition would be dramatically reduced. Both AD and ADAS systems can be tested under extreme, dangerous and rare scenarios. The unique patented approach for signature generation in ASGARD1 enables this system to create the perception of targets in almost zero distance and to create the angular perception without the need for any mechanical rotation