Minneapolis goes ahead and enacts sweeping truck parking restrictions

The Supply Chain Journal

After looking like it might back away from what amounted to a ban on truck parking on the streets of Minneapolis, the city’s legislative body last week went ahead and did just that for bigger vehicles.

Big push to restrict overnight truck parking in Minneapolis hits the brakes

The Supply Chain Journal

A move to severely restrict overnight truck parking on the streets of Minneapolis has slowed, with the legislation that would have reduced availability kicked back to a City Council committee for further consideration.

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Less than Truckload Freight Rates: Minneapolis, MN

Freightera

LTL Freight Rates: From Major Cities in USA to Minneapolis, MN. Below are some examples of freight rates picking up from, or delivering to Minneapolis, MN. All the rates are for 1 pallet, 48” by 48” by 48”, 500 lbs, class 100 : From Atlanta, GA to Minneapolis MN.

Why Branch Put Down Roots in Minneapolis

Freightera

It’s Twin Cities Startup Week , a gathering of the creatives, hackers, investors, makers, entrepreneurs, and startups that are powering the economic future of Minneapolis and St. We’re excited about our future in Minneapolis. There are founders who believe they can scale SaaS companies here in Minneapolis, including Kipsu and Branch. Being in Minneapolis has also connected us to a caliber of enterprise sales talent rich with deep retail experience.

FreightWaves Classics: The Soo Line was founded to serve Twin Cities’ millers and ag interests

The Supply Chain Journal

The railroad was formed for a single purpose – to improve transportation options for millers in Minneapolis and St. Anthony was incorporated in 1849; Minneapolis was founded in 1867. The Minneapolis & St. Creating the Minneapolis, St. The Minneapolis & St.

Supply Chain by the Numbers for July 19, 2019

Supply Chain Digest

IKEA Closing US Factory, Retail Sales Surprisingly Strong, Amazon Workers in Minneapolis and Germany Strike, the Real Cause of Global Warming

Union Pacific probes train derailment, hydrochloric acid leak

The Supply Chain Journal

The derailment happened in Albert Lea, Minnesota, about 100 miles south of Minneapolis around 1:45 p.m. Union Pacific ( NYSE: UNP ) is investigating what caused 28 train cars to derail in Minnesota on Saturday, prompting an evacuation after a leak of hydrochloric acid.

Union Pacific probes train derailment, hydrochloric acid leak

The Supply Chain Journal

The derailment happened in Albert Lea, Minnesota, about 100 miles south of Minneapolis around 1:45 p.m. Union Pacific ( NYSE: UNP ) is investigating what caused 28 train cars to derail in Minnesota on Saturday, prompting an evacuation after a leak of hydrochloric acid.

This Week in Logistics News (January 20 – 26)

Logistics Viewpoints

They will meet the Philadelphia Eagles, who crushed the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 in the NFC title game, a week from Sunday in Minneapolis, MN. In yet another impressive comeback, the New England Patriots topped the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 in the AFC title game to move on to their 10th Super Bowl, and 8th in the Belichick – Brady era. Logistically, hosting the Super Bowl is no easy feat, given everything that goes into it. The […].

FreightWaves Classics: Fallen Flags – Chicago & North Western Railway

The Supply Chain Journal

The C&NW controlled so much trackage through mergers with and/or acquisitions of other railroads (such as the Chicago Great Western Railway, the Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway’s stock since that time.

Target takes ownership of the e-commerce experience

The Supply Chain Journal

The company has opened a sortation center in Minneapolis and plans four more in the Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas and Austin, Texas, regions.

Worldwide Flight Services acquires Texas-based cargo handler

The Supply Chain Journal

with 10 facilities in Texas, along with operations in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Windsor Locks, Connecticut, and Minneapolis.

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Target knocks ball out of park in first quarter

The Supply Chain Journal

The Minneapolis-based retailer reported operating income of $2.4 Target Corp. NYSE:TGT) grew its top and bottom lines at a blistering pace in the first quarter, with total revenue increasing by nearly 23% year-over-year to $24.2

South Dakota waives hours of service to help petroleum resupply

The Supply Chain Journal

Big push to restrict overnight truck parking in Minneapolis hits the brakes. South Dakota has responded to the issue of a tight market for fuel tanker trucks by extending allowable hours of service for petroleum deliveries until Aug.

Truckers facing severe storm risks across US

The Supply Chain Journal

Severe winds and large hail could be more widespread from eastern sections of South Dakota and Nebraska, including Omaha, to Minneapolis, Milwaukee, and Des Moines, Iowa.

FRA, states develop 40-year plan to bolster Midwest passenger rail

The Supply Chain Journal

The plan seeks to examine how to develop Midwest intercity passenger rail connections through 2055, and it focuses on four “cornerstone corridors”: Chicago-Minneapolis-St.

Truckers facing severe storm threat in Midwest

The Supply Chain Journal

Interstate 29 from Watertown, South Dakota, to Omaha, Nebraska Interstate 35 from Minneapolis-St. As high heat and out-of-control wildfires plague some parts of the country, severe storms and torrential rain will douse the Midwest.

Flood risk shifting to east of Mississippi River

The Supply Chain Journal

High heat continues in Philadelphia; Boston; Hartford, Connecticut; Providence, Rhode Island; and Minneapolis-St. After repeated rounds of heavy rainfall pounded the south-central U.S. over the past few weeks, the threat will shift northeastward the rest of this week.

The Panama Canal Expansion: The Impact on Logistics Strategies and Operations

Talking Logistics

Robinson, and Jennifer Bratton, partner and managing director in the Minneapolis office of The Boston Consulting Group — will address those questions and more in this timely and important episode you don’t want to miss! Live Episode: June 30, 2015 at 12:00 ET. When the Panama Canal expansion is completed in early 2016, it will effectively double the capacity of the canal and allow post-Panamax vessels to cross it.

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Tale of two markets: DOE/EIA diesel is up, CME diesel is way down

The Supply Chain Journal

Big push to restrict overnight truck parking in Minneapolis hits the brakes. On a day when the broader commodity oil markets plummeted, the benchmark Department of Energy/Energy Information Administration average weekly retail diesel price climbed for a 12th consecutive week.

DOE/EIA price posts small increase, now up 11 consecutive weeks

The Supply Chain Journal

Big push to restrict overnight truck parking in Minneapolis hits the brakes. The benchmark Department of Energy/Energy Information Administration weekly diesel price has now risen for 11 consecutive weeks. In the latest update, posted effective Monday, the price rose 0.07

TA Associates invests $130M in e-commerce tech company Stackline

The Supply Chain Journal

Based in Seattle and with offices in Minneapolis and London, Stackline combines market intelligence, advertising automation, workflow management and operational analytics into a single e-commerce platform for some of the world’s largest brands.

Federal panel urges Biden administration to attack driver shortage

The Supply Chain Journal

He cited recent news of the Minneapolis City Council voting to ban truck parking on city streets as undermining such efforts. Robinson is based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, just outside Minneapolis. Supply chain experts advising the Biden administration want the U.S.

FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Red Owl had loyal employees and customers

The Supply Chain Journal

Its first store in the Minneapolis-St. According to a 2018 article in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune , “Only one old grocery chain still brings a smile to people in the Twin Cities.

This Week in Logistics News (July 23 – 29)

Logistics Viewpoints

Since it began testing at the Minneapolis facility in late 2020, Target has added five similar hubs where ready-to-go packages are sorted and grouped together to create dense delivery routes. Toy companies are always looking for the next big thing.

No truck parking (money): OOIDA rips Dems for funding snub

The Supply Chain Journal

Related articles : Minneapolis goes ahead and enacts sweeping truck parking restrictions ‘Missed opportunity’ to fund truck parking in COVID relief package Not in my backyard! Independent owner-operators took congressional Democrats to task for failing to fund expanded truck parking in the $3.5

FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Red Owl had loyal employees and customers

The Supply Chain Journal

Its first store in the Minneapolis-St. According to a 2018 article in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune , “Only one old grocery chain still brings a smile to people in the Twin Cities.

Scorching heat wave returning to Plains, South

The Supply Chain Journal

This includes Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska; Minneapolis; Des Moines, Iowa; western Illinois; St. Oppressive heat and humidity will spread across parts of the Plains and the South over the next two days.

There’s Something Happening Here (With Truck Drivers, Logistics Planning)

Supply Chain Collaborator

The images of truck driver Reginald Denny pulled from his tractor and beaten to near death during the LA Riots in 1992 are eerily similar to the beating of driver, Bogdan Vecherko on a freeway bridge in Minneapolis this week.

Streak is over: DOE/EIA diesel price declines

The Supply Chain Journal

Minneapolis goes ahead and enacts sweeping truck parking restrictions. The benchmark Department of Energy/Energy Information Administration diesel price fell Monday for the first time in more than 12 weeks, even as wholesale and commodity prices last week soared after a Monday collapse.

Do People Skills Matter in the World of Logistics?

The Logistics of Logistics

www.Annholm.net is located in Minneapolis/St. How you develop your sales team has a big impact on your logistics business. Even as the industry is becoming more data driven than ever before and cutting-edge software is increasingly used to manage freight from start to finish, the development of your sales team is still important. People skills do matter. According to Supply Chain Quarterly , Quarter 4, 2011 issue: “Supply chain scorecards typically focus on operational metrics.

Truckers facing severe storm threat in heartland

The Supply Chain Journal

Louis and Jefferson City, Missouri; the western suburbs of Chicago; Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin; the southern suburbs of Minneapolis-St. Truckers will hit more nasty storms and torrential downpours the next few days from the Plains to the Midwest.

Storms could flood parts of eastern US this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Drivers will also have to beat the heat in the Minneapolis-St. Mother Nature will drop more unwelcome rain in the south-central U.S. The pattern has been hard to break over the past several weeks.

Walmart First to Deliver Driverless Middle Mile

Multichannel Merchant

Best Buy, for example, has converted some stores in its hometown of Minneapolis into hybrid facilities by shrinking sales floor space and increasing on-site fulfillment operations.

Crime is Adding to Supply Chain Woes

Enterra Insights

References to the wild west are being made more frequently as criminal activity increases supply chain woes. Back in the fall of 2021, Walgreens announced it was closing five San Francisco stores, citing ongoing organized retail crime as the reason.

5 Things You May Have Missed in Supply Chain News 

BlueYonder

including Phoenix and Minneapolis, are cancelling their fireworks displays this year because of staffing shortages and supply issues. Welcome to our series where we give you the scoop on five things you may have missed in supply chain news. You can also catch the full rundown from our?Blue

Trends 2022: Retail

Enterra Insights

He explains, “A recent rash of thefts by fast-moving mobs at stores in the Bay Area and outside Minneapolis were organized on social media and committed by people who often didn’t know one another, according to law-enforcement officials investigating the incidents.”[10]

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Marten Transport sends fleetwide message about operating ‘systems issues’

The Supply Chain Journal

Marten’s attorney, Randall Pattee of Fox Rothschild LLP, headquartered in Minneapolis, told FreightWaves late Tuesday that company executives would not be issuing a public statement outlining its systems issues.

Ryder beats already-strong Q2 estimates, could be on acquisition hunt

The Supply Chain Journal

Minneapolis goes ahead and enacts sweeping truck parking restrictions.

Applause!

Supply Chain Shaman

As I sit in seat 16C on a packed plane winging my way to Minneapolis, I just wanted to raise my glass and applaud the innovators. Last week, I wrote about the evolution of supply chain planning. In my blog post, I commented on HOW little supply chain planning has changed in its twenty-year evolution. As I worked with clients this week, I had a long and hard talk with myself. I am part of the problem. I, like other analysts, are stuck in the traditional software APS paradigm.