This Week in Logistics News (July 16 – 22)

Logistics Viewpoints

Körber acquires enVista’s omni-channel and global freight audit and payment services. Trucker protests shut down Port of Oakland terminals. The future is here. Literally. And I’m not talking about the future of home delivery with drones or robots (more on that later).

Peak Shipping Season: A Review of Trends from the 2018 Holiday Peak Season


According to Steve Banker via Forbes , Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods positioned the company to corner the omnichannel area , and Amazon went a step further. Remodeling Drew in the Crowds for Peak Shipping Season Remodeling of shopping stores, like Target, drew in record crowds for the peak shopping season, and a heightened number of brick-and-mortar shoppers translated into higher e-commerce purchases. Freight data use. Freight claims management practices.

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This Week in Logistics News (April 23 – 29)

Logistics Viewpoints

USDA funding supports Port of Oakland pop-up container yard. Bank of America sounding the alarm on collapsing freight demand. It includes free shipping of online purchases, free grocery deliveries to the home for orders of at least $35, prescription discounts and other benefits.

FreightWaves Classics: Crowley Maritime Corporation… from a single rowboat to a global leader

The Supply Chain Journal

owned and operated logistics, government, marine and energy solutions company headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Services are provided worldwide by four primary business units – Crowley Logistics, Crowley (Government) Solutions, Crowley Shipping and Crowley Fuels.”.

Seeing Supply Chain Visibility through Different Lenses


It was the uncertainty of whether the product would be available that drove my purchase decision. Ensuring my order would be included in the earliest shipment that the distributor was planning to make from Seattle to the Oakland warehouse.

“We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we lost.”


Back in 2015 when the President of Nokia – Nokia, the star child of Finnish technology sector – announced that it was being purchased by Microsoft. In sports I lean more to Al Davis, the now-deceased owner of the Oakland Raiders, who once said. I run a trucking software and freight brokerage software business. appeared first on Tailwind Transportation Software. It was a sad moment no doubt.