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Mother’s Day Truck Convoy helps Make-A-Wish children

The Supply Chain Journal

The Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Delaware and Susquehanna Valley chapter will continue its annual Mother’s Day tradition of hosting one of the world’s largest fundraising truck convoys.

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Reshoring: Can it bring agility to Consumer Packaged Goods & end supply chain disruptions?

IT Supply Chain

Senior Manager, Delaware UK. By Gareth Thomas (pictured). The post Reshoring: Can it bring agility to Consumer Packaged Goods & end supply chain disruptions? appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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Amtrak Bottleneck Turns Biden’s Focus to His Favorite Rail Route

Supply Chain Brain

Biden has repeatedly expressed his personal affinity for Amtrak, which he used for decades to commute to and from his home outside Wilmington, Delaware

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Powering up supply chain management during the ‘pingdemic’

IT Supply Chain

Senior Manager, Delaware UK. By Gareth Thomas (pictured). The post Powering up supply chain management during the ‘pingdemic’ appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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How retailers can alleviate stress in dash to meet Christmas demand

IT Supply Chain

Senior Manager, Delaware UK. By Gareth Thomas (pictured). The post How retailers can alleviate stress in dash to meet Christmas demand appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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Welcome to Wilmington!

Arkieva

Wilmington is the largest city in the state of Delaware with almost 71,000 residents. One in our industry cannot think of Wilmington, Delaware without making an association to the Chemical Company E.I If you live in Delaware or one of the surrounding counties you probably know some who works or has worked for DuPont. This deep-water port is located at the confluence of the Christina River and the Delaware River, about 65 miles from the Atlantic Ocean.

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Is electrifying the freight rail network cost prohibitive?

The Supply Chain Journal

The Biden administration can put an end to this continual disaster by stopping the export of LNG and the industry’s grip on our global energy future, instead pivoting to truly clean, renewable and independent energy sources,” said Tracy Carluccio, deputy director of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network.

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Is electrifying the freight rail network cost prohibitive?

The Supply Chain Journal

News Rail Top Stories Association of American Railroads catenaries Delaware Riverkeeper electric power generation Environmental and Energy Study Institute freight railroads LNG LNG by rail LNG exports LNG shipping Power grid rail technology railroad electrification Solutionary Rail

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Kroger partnering with KNAPP to automate Great Lakes Distribution Center

The Supply Chain Journal

America’s largest grocery retailer, announced Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement with KNAPP , one of the world’s largest innovators in the intelligent automation space, to overhaul its Great Lakes Distribution Center in Delaware, Ohio. Kroger Co.

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Hours-of-service waiver issued in wake of pipeline cyberattack

The Supply Chain Journal

In addition to the District of Columbia, FMCSA’s waiver applies to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

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FreightWaves Classics: Port of Philadelphia has served region for 300+ years

The Supply Chain Journal

When he died in 1831, Girard left the city $500,000 to construct Delaware Avenue along the waterfront. It was chartered to build and operate 18 miles of track along the center of Delaware Avenue. Like several major U.S.

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Hours-of-service waiver issued in wake of pipeline cyberattack

The Supply Chain Journal

In addition to the District of Columbia, FMCSA’s waiver applies to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Logistic Challenges: Helpful Lessons from Complex Manufacturing

Arkieva

Arkieva is ready to help Delaware. Today we will discuss a few of the logistics challenges from the perspective of an industry expert with lots of time in the trenches.

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Trucking, logistics firms owed thousands after freight forwarder files Chapter 7

The Supply Chain Journal

It also owes Chase Credit of Wilmington, Delaware, $47,000 and TD Bank in Lewiston, Maine, over $27,685.

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This Week in Logistics News (January 22 – 27)

Logistics Viewpoints

And it follows the company’s announcement in April 2022 that it would bump up annual salaries for truck drivers to up to $110,000 and launch the 12-week development program for supply-chain associates in Dallas, Texas, and Dover, Delaware, to earn their commercial drivers licenses.

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High-wind threat developing for Northeast truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

The high winds are also forecast to slam Delaware, most of New Jersey and parts of Upstate New York, in addition to areas of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island outside the major population centers.

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FreightWaves Classics: Pennsylvania Turnpike was nation’s first superhighway (Part 3)

The Supply Chain Journal

This would entail a 33-mile-long Turnpike extension from the Valley Forge exit to Bristol, as well as a bridge crossing of the Delaware River. Fine signed legislation to construct the Delaware River Extension, as well as a joint toll bridge with the New Jersey Turnpike.

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History Repeats Itself Without Supply Chain Leadership

Supply Chain Shaman

My ex-husband decided that we were going to move to Delaware. This is a story for the Eds, Franks, and Toms working together in supply chains across the globe. It is also a story for a young supply chain manager attempting to make a difference, but feeling stymied. Sharing My Experience.

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FreightWaves Classics/Fallen Flags: Reading Railroad lived and died with coal

The Supply Chain Journal

When a coal terminal opened at Philadelphia’s Port Richmond on the Delaware River in 1842, the railroad had an outlet for even more coal. Also in 1879 the P&R acquired the Delaware & Bound Brook Railroad (D&BB).

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Flood threat continues on Southeast trucking lanes

The Supply Chain Journal

Interstate 95 from Wilmington, Delaware, to Miami. Truckers will hit more periods of torrential rain Friday in the Southeast, with additional areas of flash flooding likely. More flood photos from Highway 119 last night.

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Old Dominion adds to LTL network as demand, margins spike

The Supply Chain Journal

NASDAQ:SAIA) has opened one terminal in Maryland and another in Delaware, and plans to open five more by the end of 2021, President and CEO Fritz Holzgrefe said last week on his company’s conference call. LTL carrier Old Dominion Freight Line Inc.

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What will CVSA inspectors be checking during Operation Safe Driver Week?

The Supply Chain Journal

John Samis of the Delaware State Police said in the release. “By Truck drivers and fleets have two months to prepare for the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) annual Operation Safe Driver Week, which is set for July 11-17.

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Tropical Storm Elsa kills 1 in Florida, injures several others

The Supply Chain Journal

This includes Chesapeake Bay; Delaware Bay; Long Island, New York; as well as Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, Massachusetts. Debris is all along parts of Philips Highway near Bowden Rd. Please avoid the area while crews clear the roadways. Travel with caution!

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Report, competing letter fire up debate over full-service centers on interstates

The Supply Chain Journal

Full-service stops can be found on those parts of the interstate system that are state-controlled, like in Maryland and Delaware.). He cited Delaware, Florida, Indiana, New York and Connecticut.

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High-wind threat developing for Northeast truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

The high winds are also forecast to slam Delaware, most of New Jersey and parts of Upstate New York, in addition to areas of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island outside the major population centers.

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Arkieva COO Shapes Discussion on Demand Planning in the Bioscience & Pharmaceutical Industries

Arkieva

The Delaware Bio & Pennsylvania Bio Supply Chain Summit on Wednesday, September 21, 2016, features round-table discussions on the scope of the Pharmaceutical and Bioscience industry. Changing market conditions makes demand planning in the bioscience and pharmaceutical industries highly critical. More accurate demand planning and forecasting is required for achieving overall business objectives in the areas of growth and operational efficiency.

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FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Erie Railroad had many ups & downs

The Supply Chain Journal

The railroad continued due west to Port Jervis and wound its way along the Delaware River before turning away at Deposit, New York, on its way to Binghamton. A Delaware, Lackawanna & Western train (Photo: DL&W RR Historical Society).

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New Jersey bill, backed by key leader, seeks more local input on warehouse growth

The Supply Chain Journal

Singleton represents part of Burlington County, New Jersey’s largest county, stretching from the Delaware River to the bays off the Atlantic Ocean.

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The Box That Changed The World with Richard Danderline

The Logistics of Logistics

Staxxon , LLC is a Delaware Limited Liability company based in New Jersey. The Box That Changed The World with Richard Danderline. Richard Danderline and Joe Lynch discuss the box that changed the world.

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Case closed: How drug ring hid $1B worth of coke on a single ship

The Supply Chain Journal

When the MSC Gayane arrived at Philadelphia’s Packer Marine Terminal, it was met by agents of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), Customs and Border Protection, the Coast Guard, state police from Pennsylvania and Delaware, and city police from Philadelphia. The U.S.

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Truckers owed hundreds of thousands after glass fabricator, affiliates file bankruptcy

The Supply Chain Journal

A creditors’ meeting for CGH and its subsidiaries is scheduled for Thursday in Wilmington, Delaware.

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What would a vehicle mileage tax mean for ride-share?

The Supply Chain Journal

In conjunction with the I-95 Corridor Commission, fleet management software provider Azuga ran a four-month pilot program to test mileage-based fees in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. States considering such a program include California , Delaware and about a dozen others.

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What will CVSA inspectors be checking during Operation Safe Driver Week?

The Supply Chain Journal

John Samis of the Delaware State Police said in the release. “By Truck drivers and fleets have two months to prepare for the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) annual Operation Safe Driver Week, which is set for July 11-17.

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Court enforces ADA’s pre-suit exhaustion rules

The Supply Chain Journal

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Expansion of Baltimore’s Howard Street Tunnel a step closer to reality

The Supply Chain Journal

Track lowering will also occur in locations in Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. A planned expansion of the Howard Street Tunnel in Baltimore is closer to fruition now that the project has received additional environmental approvals.

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Judge rules South Carolina Ports can continue using nonunion labor

The Supply Chain Journal

On Friday, one container ship, the Delaware Express, was berthed at Leatherman. A National Labor Relations Board judge ruled Thursday that the International Longshoremen’s Association cannot force the use of union labor at the Port of Charleston in South Carolina and ordered it to drop.

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Growing Food in the Dark

Enterra Insights

However, a team of scientists from UC Riverside and the University of Delaware could help humanity gain a new appreciation for the term “in the dark” through their development of a way to grow food in total darkness — and they’re not just talking about mushrooms!

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