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This Week in Logistics News (March 5 – 11)

Logistics Viewpoints

In the latest news, CEVA Logistics announced it is working with Kodiak Robotics, a developer of self-driving trucks, to deliver freight autonomously on routes from Dallas-Fort Worth to Austin and from Dallas-Fort Worth to Oklahoma City.

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This Week in Logistics News (August 19 – 25)

Logistics Viewpoints

The Alphabet-owned drone firm says the two offerings will cover a combined 60,000 homes in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The first location is 8555 Preston Road in Frisco, Texas, a suburb Wing has served since 2021. That spot is expected to get up and running “in coming weeks.”

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Winter Storm Alert: Ice Storms in the Making Across the US

GlobalTranz

Additionally, the following areas may face light ice storms and freezing drizzle that may cause adverse driving conditions: Dallas- Fort Worth, TX. Bowling Green, KY. Lexington, KY. London, KY. Eastern OK. Northwestern AK. Southern MO. Southern IL. Evansville, IN. Louisville, KY.

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This Week in Logistics News (December 3 – 9)

Logistics Viewpoints

The company is testing a small-format restaurant in Fort Worth, TX, where the centerpiece is a conveyor system that delivers food to a mobile-order lane. We’ve seen lots of stories over the last few years of retail stores shifting to smaller format stores to focus on e-commerce fulfillment. McDonald’s also jumping on the bandwagon.

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The Dallas-Ft. Worth Distribution Advantage

NFI

As the world regains its footing post-pandemic, the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area continues to grow economically. One of only two large U.S. metros to post three-year job gains, the Dallas region is recovering to pre-pandemic employment levels faster than all other large U.S.

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Texas: It Ain’t Bragging, If It’s True with Jason Giulietti

The Logistics of Logistics

The Texas Triangle , which is the area between Dallas / Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio already has more people that 46 states and it is growing fast. Texas is booming and in this podcast, Jason Giulietti explains why so many supply chain, logistics, and freight tech companies are expanding in the Lone Star State.

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All Roads Lead to Dallas

NFI Industries

Famously known for the barbecue, the Cowboys, and the State Fair of Texas, Dallas ranks as the ninth largest city in the United States with the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) metropolitan area ranking fourth. Read More.

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