Will Maryland’s expanded EV charging network fuel fleet adoption?

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EV charger provider Tritium partnered with Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) and Greenlots , a member of the Shell Group, to deploy Tritium RT50 direct current (DC) fast chargers at 12 sites throughout central Maryland. Maryland’s zero-emission-vehicle goal.

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Impact of UAW strike at Volvo spreads to Maryland engine plant

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A United Auto Workers strike at Volvo Trucks North America entered its third week Monday with the impact spreading to a Maryland engine plant that serves both Volvo and sibling Mack Trucks.

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

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The federal government has granted the project a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), which the project needs as part of its review under the National Environmental Policy Act, according to Maryland Gov. Track lowering will also occur in locations in Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.

FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Chessie System had a brief but meaningful lifespan

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Chessie System was a holding company that owned the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway (C&O), the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O), the Western Maryland Railway (WM) and several smaller carriers. In 1968, the B&O acquired control of the Western Maryland Railway.

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

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The convoy provides funding more than 75% of the wishes granted for the Susquehanna Valley chapter, which includes areas of New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Maryland Department of General Services Announces eMaryland Marketplace Advantage Goes Live

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Maryland Department of General Services Office of State Procurement launches new e-procurement system. BALTIMORE, MD – The Maryland Department of General Services today announced the Office of State Procurement launched the state’s new e-procurement system eMaryland Marketplace Advantage (eMMA). With the addition of this e-procurement system, Maryland is taking a significant step forward in the way we do business,” said Governor Hogan. “I

Cross-functional Team Implements JAGGAER at the College of Southern Maryland

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Office of the Comptroller of Maryland gains security and supports service innovation with Axway

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The Office of the Comptroller in the State of Maryland is responsible for crucial organizational practices from collecting taxes, to salary disbursement to state workers.

SEKO Logistics Launches New Facilities in Baltimore and Charlotte

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east coast in Baltimore, Maryland and Charlotte, North Carolina SEKO Logistics, a provider of complete supply chain solutions, has recently opened new regional distribution hubs on the U.S.

Watch: What to Do About the Vaccine Surplus in the U.S.

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Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, addresses the excess of COVID-19 vaccine doses in the U.S., Suresh Acharya, Professor of Practice in the Robert H. and what to do about it

Watch: The Department of Transportation in the Biden Administration

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David Winstead, an attorney with Ballard Spahr LLP and former Secretary of Transportation in the state of Maryland, speculates on U.S. Department of Transportation challenges, initiatives and priorities under the incoming Biden Administration

Watch: How Will We Distribute the COVID-19 Vaccine?

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Suresh Acharya, Professor of Practice at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business, lays out the challenges of creating an end-to-end supply chain that can produce and distribute millions of doses of a vaccine for COVID-19

Watch: Why Is There a Global Semiconductor Shortage?

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Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, explains how the semiconductor supply chain works, why there’s a shortage of product, and what are the prospects for an early solution Suresh Acharya, professor of practice in the Robert H.

Investing in Infrastructure is Investing in the Future

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According to a 2014 study commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and conducted by the University of Maryland’s … Continued The post Investing in Infrastructure is Investing in the Future appeared first on Enterra Solutions.

Flooding rain, severe storms for truckers east of the Mississippi

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The watches include Detroit and Lansing, Michigan; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Toledo, Ohio; most of Pennsylvania east of Pittsburgh; western Maryland; western Virginia; as well as northwestern North Carolina. Interstate 68 from Morgantown to Piney Grove, Maryland.

Getting trucker’s body home logistical nightmare for widow

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Friday, Tabitha decided to call the Chesapeake House Travel Plaza in North East, Maryland, where Doug had parked the night before. When the numbers she tried for the travel plaza sent her to voicemail, she called back and selected another option that connected her to the Maryland State Police.

A. Duie Pyle Opens Hagerstown Integrated Logistics Center

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Duie Pyle, a provider of asset and non-asset based transportation and supply chain solutions in the Northeast, recently announced the opening of its highly anticipated integrated logistics center near Hagerstown, Maryland and its plans to increase the warehouse capacity with the addition of a 100,000-square-foot facility – totaling over 300,000 square feet in warehouse space on the campus

FreightWaves Classics: Port of Baltimore active for 300+ years

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In the 17th century, Maryland farmers began growing more tobacco, with the intent to export a portion of their crops. Photo: Maryland State Archives). The port was designated as a port of entry by the Maryland General Assembly in 1706. Photo: Maryland State Archives).

Supply Chain Heroes: Stories of Innovation in Support of COVID-19

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Under Armour volunteers to make protective gear for Maryland hospitals. [ [link] ] VF. The dramatic spread of COVID-19 has disrupted lives, livelihoods, communities and businesses worldwide and created supply chain heroes across the globe.

Problematic vaccine plant still lacks approval after some doses cleared

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The news: A problematic Maryland vaccine plant making Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine still doesn’t have regulatory approvals , even after the Food and Drug Administration declared several batches from the plant were safe.

Third time a charm? UAW and Volvo reach another tentative agreement

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The duration of the second walkout has impacted some shifts at the Volvo Group engine plant in Hagerstown, Maryland, where engines for Volvo and its sibling Mack Trucks are produced. Related articles: Impact of UAW strike at Volvo spreads to Maryland engine plant.

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

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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.

REPOST: Freight Tech Trends with Mike Mulqueen

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Mike earned a Master of Engineering degree from MIT and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Marketing from the University of Maryland. Freight Tech Trends with Mike Mulqueen. Mike Mulqueen and Joe Lynch discuss freight tech trends.

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

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According to Amazon, the states with the most open positions are Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Washington and Wisconsin. Amazon.com Inc.

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

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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.

Freight Tech Trends with Mike Mulqueen

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Mike earned a Master of Engineering degree from MIT and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Marketing from the University of Maryland. Freight Tech Trends with Mike Mulqueen. Mike Mulqueen and Joe Lynch discuss freight tech trends.

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Ida death toll rises in Northeast

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Various officials have blamed the storm for at least 46 deaths Wednesday night and Thursday morning from Maryland to Connecticut. Another death was reported in Maryland. National Weather Service records show that the storm spawned at least eight tornadoes , most of them in Maryland.

Lazer Spot buys over 25 electric yard spotters from Orange EV

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Will Maryland’s expanded EV charging network fuel fleet adoption? Electric vehicles are increasingly penetrating the freight market, especially in terminal yards where there is no range anxiety. Enter another deal for expanding EVs in the yard.

TCA head Lyboldt to retire in April; search on for a successor

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Bowman, based in Williamsport, Maryland. “We The Truckload Carriers Association has launched a search for a successor for President John Lyboldt, who has announced his retirement effective next April.

The Daily Dash: Regional carrier to reach 10 states

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Impact of UAW strike at Volvo spreads to Maryland engine plant. The Daily Dash is a quick look at what’s happening in the freight ecosystem. In today’s edition, we highlight the planned expansion of a regional parcel delivery carrier, ASG’s acquisition of Trucker Tools and more.

UAW ends 13-day strike at Volvo with tentative contract agreement

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Unlike the Mack strike, which affected parts distribution centers and a Maryland engine plant, the VTNA strike impacted only production at New River Valley.

Port of New Orleans reopens following closure from Hurricane Ida

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Ida’s high winds and heavy rain also caused severe damage to parts of Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.

Volvo workers reject third proposed deal; company will ‘consider all options’

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The engine plant in Hagerstown, Maryland, has lost shifts due to the strike. Related articles: Impact of UAW strike at Volvo spreads to Maryland engine plant.

Latest Drivewyze offering speeds up inspection process at weigh stations

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The three states are Maryland, Maine and Virginia, and Johnston said in an email to FreightWaves that signing on those states and other “stakeholder agencies” was a process that took several years to complete.