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  • Transportation and Logistics Sector Grows Unevenly

    Although they are usually not among companies with highest incomes and profits, logistics and transportation companies are the cornerstones of every economy, because without them the market would simply not function.

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  • The Biggest Challenges Facing Logistics CIOs

    What is the biggest challenge facing CIOs in the logistics industry? Cyberterrorism and finding qualified, experienced staff are the biggest challenges. We are spending a substantial amount of time and money to protect ourselves from cyberterrorists and keep our environments and our operations flowing uninterrupted.

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  • DHL Strengthens U.S. Presence with Salt Lake City Station

    DHL Global Forwarding, the air and ocean freight specialist within Deutsche Post DHL Group, announced it is expanding its presence in Salt Lake City, Utah in order to satisfy the needs of local customers who require air freight, ocean freight, customs brokerage, warehouse storage and domestic services. The Salt Lake City station opening forms part of DHL’s strategic plan to grow its supply chain services in key cities across the U.S.

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  • Take a tour of Duke Realty's massive Route 33 warehouse

    Matthew Bremner opened a dock door at the most recently leased big box warehouse in the Lehigh Valley to reveal what he considers the greatest perspective of Duke Realty’s next project — construction of another massive warehouse at 33 Logistics Park in Palmer Township.

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  • New Resource Available to Connect ex-convicts with Employers

    A new tool is available to connect employers and people who have served time in prison and are looking for a job.

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  • a2b Fulfillment Sponsors Second Harvest Food Distribution

    On August 19th, a2b Fulfillment employees put their logistics experience to work for The Second Harvest Food Distribution in Greensboro, Ga.

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  • In the Future, Warehouse Robots Will Learn on Their

    The robot was perched over a bin filled with random objects, from a box of instant oatmeal to a small toy shark. This two-armed automation did not recognize any of this stuff, but that did not matter. It reached into the pile and started picking things up, one after another after another.

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  • Hurricane Harvey's Supply Chain Impact May Be Worse Than Expected

    The impact of Hurricane Harvey on the global supply chain will be worse than expected due to the dependence on chemicals and intermediate products across a range of industries, according to supply chain experts at Resilinc, a provider of supply chain risk and resiliency solutions.

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  • 145th Logistics Readiness Squadron Supports Hurricane Irma Relief

    In response to the state of emergency declaration by North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Sept. 7. 2017, the 145th Logistics Readiness Squadron was tasked to provide aide to the Logistics Support Center warehouse in partnership with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Management, which provides supplies such as water, meals, blankets and tarps should Hurricane Irma cause significant damage.

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  • Korber Acquires HighJump - A Leading U.S. American Supply Chain and Cloud Solutions Specialist

    Hamburg/Minneapolis, August 30, 2017. International technology group Körber reinforces its Business Area Logistics Systems with the acquisition of the US-American supply chain software specialists HighJump. The acquisition has been completed with effect from August 28, 2017, after receiving approval from the relevant antitrust authorities.

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