Two Million Vacant Manufacturing Jobs by 2025…How Can We Tackle the Skills Gap?

Cerasis

Ultimately, numerous companies found reshoring the most practical solution to overcome extreme unforeseen costs, and logistical and service issues in operating abroad. Top success in transportation services, logistics, the transport components of reverse logistics systems , and reaching financial goals set for transportation management demands a complete commitment of professionals passionate exclusively about excelling in the freight transportation field.

Year 2025 – The Future of the 3PL Industry with Andrew Kelley

The Logistics of Logistics

I spend all of my time in supply chain and logistics software, focusing on the lower-middle market. [01:54] 01:54] What will the 3PL industry look like in 2025? In 2025, there will be more consolidation and technology will play a larger role. [04:43] 07:48] Do you see any of those tech names like Uber and Convoy being at the top of the heap in 2025? 25:18] What emerging technologies will shape the future of supply chain and logistics?

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50,000 warehouses to use robots by 2025

EFT

Flexibility and efficiency have become primary differentiators in the e-commerce fulfillment market as retailers and Third-Party Logistics (3PLs) struggle to cope with volatile product demand, seasonal peaks, and rising consumer delivery expectations,” said Nick Finill, Senior Analyst at ABI Research. By lowering the barriers to adoption for robots in the warehouse, vendors are disrupting the wider logistics value chain,” explained Finill. “If

Forecast for 2025 Construction Technology

Talking Logistics

Read more Forecast for 2025 Construction Technology. The post Forecast for 2025 Construction Technology appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. The construction industry is growing thanks to a strong economy, forecasted to reach $1.2 trillion in the US by 2020, according to Tradesmen International, and the global construction output is forecast to rise to $12.7 trillion in 2022, up from $10.6 trillion in 2017 per Orbis Research.

Made in China 2025 Promises a Manufacturing Revolution

Elementum

At the end of May the Ministry of Industry and Telecommunications Technology announced the introduction of China’s own manufacturing legislation: Made In China 2025. According to Miao Wei, Minister of Industry and Information Technology (MITT), success of the initiative will mean that by 2025 China will be at a level of industrialization on par with “Germany and Japan at their early stages of industrialisation". Martin Abegglen/ Flickr. Manufacturing Agendas: So Hot Right Now.

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Conducting Business in India? Chances Are that You Could Be by 2025

CH Robinson Transportfolio

If projections and recent rhetoric are to be believed, India will join China as the only non-North American countries in the $500 billion club by 2025. After long years of lethargy, there is now some urgency to address some of the logistical challenges businesses are wary of. Chances Are that You Could Be by 2025 appeared first on Transportfolio. Global Transportation Logistics Supply Chain India Trade

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Report expects 2.2 million delivery drones in the e-commerce sector by 2025

EFT

million units by 2025 says the new report. The entry of majors from other industries is a huge boost to the market, as they are able to leverage their expertise in technology, e-commerce, aviation, and logistics to accelerate the commercialization process. The number of delivery drones in the global e-commerce industry alone is expected to increase to 2.2 This will create a surge in the demand for drone servicing, repair, and maintenance.

Logistics M&A Activity Picks Up

Logistics Trends and Insights

Uncertain times breeds opportunities and within just the past month or so we have seen a number of logistics acquisitions take place. Expeditors International of Washington acquired Fleet Logistics. Likewise, other types of recent acquisitions are in progress as well including Lineage Logistics’ pickup of Henningsen Cold Storage to expand its temperature-controlled warehousing network in the U.S. Nippon Express recently acquired MD Logistics, the U.S.

What Are the Trends in Last Mile Logistics?

Cerasis

Shippers face many challenges in successfully delivering products to end-users, and last mile logistics will be a core focus of change in the coming months. Also, same-day delivery will reach a 25-percent market share by 2025. By 2018 alone, same-day delivery and last mile logistics will be valued at more than $1.35 E-commerce is the driving force behind the sudden uptick in last mile logistics, and as explained by Logistics Management, e-commerce is expected to grow to $2.4

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The Top 6 Trends in Logistics Impacting Shippers in 2017

Cerasis

The election is over, but the race is just starting for logistics providers. From Amazon to hyper-local retailers, 2017 will be a year of intense scrutiny and pressure on logistics providers. Fortunately, your organization can get ahead of the learning curve by knowing what trends in logistics to watch for this year. The Top 6 Trends in Logistics Impacting Shippers in 2016. Autonomous Trucks Will Drive Logistics Forward. Logistics

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What You Need to Know About the State of eCommerce Logistics

Cerasis

Today’s logistics empire is not your grandfather’s or even your father’s logistics operation. Consumers are expressing an unprecedented amount of power through eCommerce, and in fact, eCommerce logistics is growing increasingly reliant on small parcel and package delivery options daily. But, by the end of 2012, eCommerce logistics had grown to 5 percent. Today, eCommerce is the primary driver of small package logistics.

The Reverse Logistics Role in Supply Chain Trends!

Supply Chain Game Changer

What Exactly Is Reverse Logistics? Reverse logistics role article and permission to publish here provided by Kevin Jessop at cerasis.com. As customers continue to shop online the demand on reverse logistics—particularly the process of managing returns—will skyrocket.

The Digital Opportunity for 3PL Logistics Operations!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Third-party logistics (or 3PL) providers, are standing on the brink of breakout growth. BILLION by 2025. While 3PL providers want to adapt to this new market opportunity, their existing logistics operations often have a hard time keeping pace with these growing demands. In this increasingly challenging environment, technology has become an integral part of expanding and maintaining competitive logistics services. 3PLs and Logistics Operations – What’s Changed?

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Energy Efficiency Is Key to Better Logistics

Material Handling and Logistics

Logistics providers have discovered that sustainability in the supply chain delivers a good ROI. This is where it gets tricky, according to Yossi Sheffi, director of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics. This solution has not been overlooked by logistics companies. The company also set a new goal that by 2025, 40% of all ground fuel will be from sources other than conventional gasoline and diesel, an increase from 19.6%

How GST (Goods and Services Tax) Has Affected Logistics in India!

Supply Chain Game Changer

Over time it was understood that this was much needed and it actually helped in organizing and setting up different logistics and transport sectors to speed up their overall processes. From the movement of trucks to managing a good economic supply chain, GST affected logistics in a great way. The logistics sector in India is worth $130 million and the number is gradually increasing with a passing day. Right after first party logistics, came second and third party logistics.

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Innovating Spare Parts Logistics

Logistics Trends and Insights

Meanwhile, in 2016, UPS announced a distributed, on-demand manufacturing network that links its global logistics network with 3D printers at more than 60 UPS Stores across the U.S Furthermore, SAP announced its extended supply chain solutions will be integrated with UPS’s on-demand manufacturing solution and global logistics network to simplify the industrial manufacturing process from digitization, certification, order-to-manufacturing and delivery. billion by 2025.

What is the Hyperconnected Era & “The Internet Of Things” and What does it Have to Do with Manufacturing & Logistics?

Cerasis

Editor’s Note: This is our second post in a collaborative blog post series about mobility in manufacturing & logistics along with Catavolt, who helps manufacturing organizations drive operational excellence with mobile apps. As supply chain and transportation visibility is a hot topic for Logistics Managers and Directors, 3rd party logistics providers , who adopt this type of technology, are surely to reap the rewards of highly satisfied customers.

What are the Top 7 Trends in Last Mile Logistics?

Supply Chain Game Changer

Check out 6 Major Delivery Logistics Trends! Shippers face many challenges in successfully delivering products to end-users, and last mile logistics will be a core focus of change in the coming months. Also, same-day delivery will reach a 25-percent market share by 2025. By 2018 alone, same-day delivery and last mile logistics will be valued at more than $1.35 Last Mile Logistics Gets Faster Fulfillment. Supply Chain Disruptors Impact Last Mile Logistics.

The Impact of the Coronavirus Crisis on Reverse Logistics

Enterra Insights

Therefore, reverse logistics companies are preparing for managing the influx of returned or replaced items during this time.”[2]. Reverse logistics: An inconvenient challenge. Journalist Maghan McDowell ( @maghanmcd ) calls returns (aka reverse logistics) “an inconvenient challenge” for retailers.[3] ” While everybody is familiar with the basic concept of returned items, the term reverse logistics might not be quite so familiar.

Driver Shortage in Trucking: Time for Plan B

Talking Logistics

Last week, Daimler was the latest manufacturer to showcase its self-driving truck , the Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025. The post Driver Shortage in Trucking: Time for Plan B appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Transportation Management driver shortage driverless trucks Mercedes-Benz Future Truck 2025 self-driving trucks transportation trucking Wolfe Research Last week, the U.S.

A Look at Some of the Biggest Trends in Shipping and Logistics

Shipchain

Trends in shipping and logistics like the rising popularity of e-commerce and blockchain technology are already changing the fabric of the industry as we know it. Read on for a more in-depth look at some of the biggest trends in shipping and logistics taking place this year. . billion by 2025. Expect to see these automation trends in shipping and logistics continue to grow in popularity in the coming years.

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Supply Chain And Logistics Trends That Could Be Big In 2020

Logistics Bureau

Rob O’Byrne makes an early start with his round-up of supply chain and logistics trends that might make industry headlines in the coming year. His observations include trends in first and last-mile logistics, and the increase in SMEs entering global markets. 2020 Supply Chain and Logistics Trends: What’s Around the Corner? Forecasters such as McKinsey estimate potential savings as being worth over $1 trillion (US) by 2025. The Digital-First Logistics Effect.

Mastering Last Mile Logistics Remains a Challenge

Enterra Insights

Logistics providers probably look longingly on the days when the last mile of the supply chain primarily meant delivering goods to the store in which they were sold. Petersen ( @IMSResultsCount ), CEO of Integrated Marketing Solutions, notes that mastering last mile logistics is particularly important for any company whose primary source of revenue is a subscription model.

This Week in Logistics News (May 27-31, 2013)

Talking Logistics

The company has achieved 34 consecutive quarters of profitability, and it has more than 146,000 parties connected to its Logistics Technology Platform exchanging more than 4.5 Under CI Capital Partners, Transplace made several acquisitions to grow its business and service footprint, including Celtic International, SCO Logistics, and Torus Freight Systems (now Transplace Canada). Note: Descartes and Transplace are Logistics Viewpoints sponsors.

This Week in Logistics News (May 9-13, 2016)

Talking Logistics

The Hyperloop and drones headlined this week’s supply chain and logistics news, so let’s go straight to it: Hyperloop One Accelerates Toward Future With High-Speed Test (WSJ – sub. 73-hour, seven-day workweek limit set by Senate panel for truck drivers (Logistics Management). trillion short through 2025 (Reuters). It represents the first time worldwide that a parcel service provider has directly integrated a parcelcopter logistically into its delivery chain.

The Changing Landscape of Real Estate in the Logistics Industry

Logistics Bureau

This article delves into the changes that new commercial business models, customer expectations, and technology are bringing about in the logistics environment, focusing particularly on how those changes are impacting the planning, procurement, design, layout, and operation of distribution centres. Real Estate in the Logistics Industry: A Changing Landscape. If that trend continues, their growth in logistics could be even more remarkable.

Innovating spare parts logistics with 3D printing

EFT

Meanwhile, in 2016, UPS announced a distributed, on-demand manufacturing network that links its global logistics network with 3D printers at more than 60 UPS Stores across the U.S Furthermore, SAP announced its extended supply chain solutions will be integrated with UPS’s on-demand manufacturing solution and global logistics network to simplify the industrial manufacturing process from digitisation, certification, order-to-manufacturing and delivery. billion by 2025.

Logistics in 2020: The Future of Road Freight

BluJay Solutions

The logistics industry is shaping up for some radical changes. Road freight represents a major part of most Logistics Services Providers’ (LSPs') strategies. Regardless of the importance of other modalities to global logistics, it is almost impossible for the supply chain to keep moving, either domestically or internationally, without using the road network. Green logistics; traffic congestion will certainly not have been resigned to history.

How Logistics Workforce should change in Industry 4.0

Abivin

Specifically, technology is already replacing human in doing repetitive tasks in major industries like manufacturing, transportation, logistics, etc. by 2025, digitization is expected to contribute $2 trillion to US GDP—and displace up to 12 million middle-skill workers. Technology is already replacing human in logistics. Each type of software is built to serve specific needs and problems in logistics.

Autonomous Vehicles in Logistics: What are the Impacts?

Cerasis

After Google’s autonomous car has crashed in Mountain View, many critics have jumped to the conclusion that the whole idea behind autonomous vehicles in logistics is unsafe. They will definitely disrupt the logistics industry, which is currently facing a huge market increase. Autonomous Vehicles in Logistics. Many people outside this industry don’t know that autonomous vehicles in logistics have already taken on a significant part of the logistics work process.

Boom Time for the Shared Economy within Supply Chain

Logistics Bureau

In logistics and supply chain management, however, transport and warehousing are the most significant sharing processes thanks to a welter of economic benefits for all parties—and the trend is accelerating despite the dampening effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Blockchain for Bill of Lading – A Much Needed Update to the Traditional Bill of Lading for E-Commerce?

Cerasis

How Surface Mode Shippers Can Compete in E-Commerce Logistics. Best Practices for Using Blockchain to Improve E-Commerce Supply Chain Processes As explained by Giri Devanur of Forbes , the value-add of blockchain in the global supply chain will exceed $173 billion by 2025, so shippers that take notice of the technology now, despite its limitations and novice nature, can position their organizations to win with blockchain in the long-term. Blockchain E-Commerce Logistics

KEARNEY & CSCMP: How the Logistics Industry is Navigating the COVID Crisis

PINC

Coming off a very strong year in 2019, the logistics industry is proving itself to be both adaptive and resilient in the face of major adversity in 2020. These and other insights were recently unveiled in the 31st Annual Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) State of Logistics Report. As they fight to survive, to operate, and then to win anew, both shippers and carriers will depend on more quickly adapting logistics capabilities.”.

Utilizing a 3PL to Apply Transportation Management Best Practices For E-Commerce

Cerasis

E-commerce is expanding to reach $1 trillion by 2025, and demand for more products and services among the world’s shippers is keeping third-party logistics providers, like Cerasis, on their toes. According to Michael Khalil of Inbound Logistics, primary transportation management challenges in e-commerce include: Increased complexity of shipping strategy. Shippers should expect a 3PL-shipper partnership to follow these steps to improve e-commerce logistics management.

Digitized Trucking: Turning The Logistics Value Chain Upside Down

Cerasis

Editor's Note: Today's blog is from our friend, Rachel Everly, a freelance writer in business and finance who shows us how digitized trucking will change the game for logistics companies. . The introduction of digitized trucking marks the beginning of a new era and is set to turn the logistics value chain upside down. . Digitized trucking is driving the global logistics industry on the route to a better future and changing the logistics value chain. By 2025, 63.5