Top Warehouses in North America 2013

The Logistics of Logistics

“The line between disorder and order lies in logistics…” Sun Tzu. The top warehouses in North America were recently profiled in a great article by the fine folks at Modern Material Handling. Top Warehouses in North America. Ceva Logistics. Kenco Logistics Services. Neovia Logistics. The post Top Warehouses in North America 2013 appeared first on The Logistics of Logistics.

Will Trucking Challenges Transform JITS in North America?


Trucking Challenges in North America. While the challenge may be looming globally, the North American automotive manufacturing base may be more inclined to try and dilute their just-in-time-sequence (JITS) supply loops. But why just in North America? North American manufacturing, on the other hand, does not face the same cost barriers, for additional floor space to build a warehouse extension.


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North America’s Top Distribution Hubs

Supply Chain Link

Each distribution hub in North America is unique in more than their location, but also the logistics opportunities that lie in each area. As speed and demand to market continue to play a role in distribution decisions, many shippers are evaluating which distribution locations would be ideal. They all have one thing in common, they. READ MORE. Distribution Supply Chain 3pl Global Urban Hubs Warehousing

21st Annual Logistics CIO Forum: North America


leaders shape the digital future of logistics Entire Month Duration: No Region: North America

The state of electric trucks — Transmission

The Supply Chain Journal

And that’s where AIT Worldwide Logistics comes in. AIT’s automotive logistics professionals are the experts at developing resilient, scalable solutions for OEM and Tier 1 supply chains across Asia, Europe, and North America.

Cross Border eCommerce – Key to Successful Entry in North America


When seller brands dream of penetrating the international e-commerce markets, they usually picture North America – and they have justifiable reasons for this: As of 2018, the average revenue per online shopper is the highest for the United States.

This Week in Logistics News (February 5-9, 2018)

Talking Logistics

While I think this through, here are the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week: Amazon to Launch Delivery Service That Would Vie With FedEx, UPS (WSJ – sub. CX North America Expands Driver Mobile App with Digital Proof of Delivery Update. Today, retailers and third-party logistics providers are changing their network designs and facilities to enable omni-channel fulfillment and faster delivery times.”

On the road! 4 September supply chain conferences we love


As part of the panel, four ex-AMR analysts –Roddy Martin, Mickey North Rizza, Lora Cecere and CJ Wehlage– will share insights on the results and the trends. Kinaxis is pleased to be a sponsor and participate in panel discussion of North America’s #1 End to End Supply Chain Conference for Pharmaceutical and BioPharmaceutical Companies. Automotive Logistics Global Conference.

Truck Talk: Hydrogen rising edition

The Supply Chain Journal

Lots has been written about Toyota Motor North America and Kenworth trucks working together to put 10 Class 8 fuel cell trucks into drayage service at the Port of Los Angeles. And the Xcient also will be shown in North America.

Transmission: Electric delivery trucks from Volvo, Lion get ready to roll in California and Canada

The Supply Chain Journal

Tier 1 automotive supplier avoids line-down debacle via AIT Worldwide Logistics’ speedy transborder solution (SPONSORED). Find out how AIT’s automotive logistics experts quickly devised a seamless transborder solution — and saved the customer from production shutdown.

Amazon to hire 75K workers for North American logistics, fulfillment

The Supply Chain Journal

NASDAQ:AMZN) said Thursday that it will hire 75,000 logistics and fulfillment workers in North America at an average starting wage of $17 an hour. Last-mile delivery Logistics/Supply Chains Modern Shipper Top Stories Warehouse Amazon Logistics

Freightera Featured in North America Cargo Logistics Conference in Vancouver on Feb 5, 2020


Freightera CEO to Open the Cargo Tech Track at the 2020 Cargo Logistics Canada Expo in Vancouver. According to Cargo Logistics Canada, the conference is ” the platform for logistics industry professionals to learn, share, network, and move their supply chains into the future.”

9 logistics companies named to Inc.’s Best Workplaces

The Supply Chain Journal

Nine logistics companies were recognized on Inc. The nine logistics companies include: ACI Transport (Ferndale, Michigan) — A transportation and logistics company built around adaptability, communication and integrity. magazine’s sixth annual list of Best Workplaces.

The Next Generation of TMS Helping More Carriers Become Comprehensive Logistics Service Providers

Logistics Viewpoints

As shippers and service providers move beyond the now outmoded concept of the “supply chain” (which never really matched the complex realities of surface transportation within North America), they are finding that traditional boundaries between asset and non-asset-based providers are quickly disappearing. Guest Commentary Logistics Service Providers Logistics Technologies Transportation Management Systems

Truck Talk: Autonomous insurance edition

The Supply Chain Journal

Daimler Trucks North America said this week it would offer three levels of electric truck eConsulting through its Detroit subsidiary. Photo: Daimler Trucks North America). Nikola, Proterra and flatbed logistics rollup Daseke Inc.

The Freight Industry is Uberized in North America!


Freightera Logistics is the first market place that connects manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers to road transport companies of all sizes who still have space in their trucks. The solution proposed by Freightera optimizes, makes travel more efficient, contributes to the reduction of CO2 emissions and offers an alternative to FreightCenter, Freightquote and CargoChief, which are also the 3 other market players in North America.

New logistics-focused SPAC LIT is stacked with top dealmakers

The Supply Chain Journal

Friday morning, Logistics Innovation Technologies Corp., Logistics Innovation Technologies (or LIT) is notable for two reasons: its transportation and logistics-focused team and the size of the deal at a time when some Wall Street analysts have said the 2021 SPAC boom is already past its peak.

Regenerating Logistics

Inbound Logistics

A profile of Denise Kopko, vice president of operations—commercial, supply chain and logistics, with Veolia North America, an environmental services company focused on designing and providing water, waste and energy management solutions for commercial, municipal and industrial customers

The Logistics of Customer Experience with Scott Perry

The Logistics of Logistics

The Logistics of Customer Experience with Scott Perry. Scott Perry and Joe Lynch discuss the logistics of customer experience. Scott is the President of the Suddath Companies , Suddath has been a trusted name in moving and logistics for over a century.

Off to a Healthy Start, Logistics M&A Activity Could be on Hold

Logistics Trends and Insights

Logistics mergers and acquisitions (M&A) were off to a good start in Q1 of 2020, following increased activity to wrap up 2019. billion of industrial property in Central and Eastern Europe to Singapore-based logistics provider GLP. North America had investments of $43.4

State of Logistics Outsourcing: Plenty of Room for Growth as Shipper Dissatisfaction & Technology Expectations Increase


The year on year increase in customer dissatisfaction of logistics outsourcing has pushed many players into a defensive corner. The costs of logistics and inventory are decreasing, contract renewal rate for logistics outsourcing remains good, and the emergence of cutting-edge technologies like 3D printing, drone delivery and augmented reality is opening up a wide vista of opportunities. Cautious Optimism Abound in the Logistics Outsourcing Outlook.

The 7 Trends Shaping The Future of the Logistics Industry


Logistics industry trends have also not been left behind in the move towards a more technological future. . 7 Major Trends Influencing the Logistics Industry in the Future . It is now the standard to go ‘international, ’ and logistic solution providers have a role to play in enabling this trend through a transportation network. . In America today, 76% of the teenagers are on social media, 78% carry a cell phone, and 93% can access a computer at home.

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How currency changes are affecting logistics providers

The Network Effect

So what does this mean to the logistics companies in these regions? This creates an increase in North American imports and weaker export activity. European companies gain in selling products into North America. This means more air and sea freight on Europe-North America lanes, cross border feeds from Mexico and Canada, and increases in domestic North American transportation and warehousing for imported products. Logistics logistics

Freightera to Build North America’s First Low Emission Freight Marketplace


Freightera to Build North America’s First Low Emission Freight Marketplace, Partners with SmartWay to Showcase Certified Carriers. Freightera Logistics Inc. Freightera Logistics’ award-winning online freight marketplace has partnered with Natural Resources Canada’s SmartWay program, to help create the North American Low Emission Freight Marketplace.

Top Supply Chain and Logistics Automation Trends to Watch for in 2019


The concept of automating processes and activities is a major sticking point for supply chain and logistics. Supply chain and logistics automation allow companies to refocus their efforts on tasks requiring human hands, and redundant tasks can be automated through robotics , as well as technologies designed to assist human workers. Shippers need to understand the top supply chain and logistics automation trends to watch for in 2019. Automation Logistics Supply Chain Trends

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Driverless Truck Platooning: Is There Enough ROI?

Talking Logistics

As reported by Heavy Duty Trucking last week, “Daimler Trucks North America has decided to pass on platooning and focus instead on advancing its position in vehicle automation.” appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez. Above the Fold Transportation Management Daimler Trucks North America driverless trucks truck platooning

Frost & Sullivan: Freightera Among Key Automated Freight Solutions in North America


Frost & Sullivan places Freightera among ‘Key Automated On-Demand Brokerage Solutions in North America’ along with Uber Freight and Convoy. According to Frost & Sullivan, global logistics spending is expected to grow from $7.9 The exception may be North America, where Frost & Sullivan predicts that it will be shared by several leading solutions.

Value-Added Logistics Partnerships Bring Benefits to Sporting Goods Shippers

Zipline Logistics

Because of the changes to the retail and CPG industries, forward-thinking sporting goods shippers are looking to logistics as a differentiation strategy. As a result, enterprises have changed their perspective on third-party logistics providers. Work with CPG Logistics Specialists.

SnapFulfil a 2021 Top 100 Logistics IT Provider


SnapFulfil North America has been named in the list of Top 100 Logistics IT Providers by Inbound Logistics for the sixth straight year.

The Last Fast Mile


A conversation with Chuck Moyer, Board Member, Customized Logistics and Delivery Association and CEO, Express Courier, Inc. (an This strategy allows for a more efficient use of resources, provides additional revenue and opens you up for reverse logistics opportunities. Moyer: The key for logistics and delivery companies that want to achieve profitability in the ecommerce world is density. Image: Column 3PL/Logistics Features & Opinion North America

Semiconductor shortage dents Mexican auto assembly lines

The Supply Chain Journal

The main semiconductor makers in Taiwan export first to Asia and then to Europe, then North America, according to Alberto Bustamante, INA’s director of foreign trade.

Celadon Trucking Implements Load Analyzer and Improves Service and Profitability

Logistics Viewpoints

Celadon Trucking is one of the 20 largest truckload carriers in North America. The post Celadon Trucking Implements Load Analyzer and Improves Service and Profitability appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints: A Blog for Logistics, Supply Chain, and 3PL Executives. Logistics Service Providers Logistics Software Vendors Logistics Technologies Supply Chain Optimization Transportation Transportation Management Systems

REPOST: Buying and Selling Transportation/Logistics Companies with Peter Stefanovich

The Logistics of Logistics

Buying and Selling Transportation/Logistics Companies with Peter Stefanovich. Peter Stefanovich and and Joe Lynch discuss buying and selling transportation/logistics companies. Key Takeaways – About Buying and Selling Transportation/Logistics Companies.

BluJay to Acquire Raven Logistics, Strengthening its Multi-modal Transportation Solution Offerings

BluJay Solutions

Raven provides rail TMS and managed services solutions for shippers in North America. Raven is a leading logistics management company focused on rail transportation, offering a railroad SaaS solution and managed services for the North American shipper market. “As

Science Fiction and Logistics

Enterra Insights

”[1] Josh Fisher ( @TrucksAtWork ), Technology Editor at FleetOwner , points out that the logistics industry is a perfect proving ground for cutting edge technologies once confined to the realms of science fiction. ” He notes, “AI is expected to substantially boost GDP in major world economies; PWC anticipates a 15% boost in North America. ” The intelligent logistics network. He believes the logistics sector is ripe for disruption.