15-minute grocery delivery is real – and in New York, it’s free

The Supply Chain Journal

Residents of select New York City neighborhoods may feel like they are dreaming, but 15-minute grocery delivery has arrived. Bringg’s collaboration with Uber opens new doors for e-commerce.

SmartHop hires Uber alum Liu, opens New York, Colombia offices

The Supply Chain Journal

Following a $12 million funding round announced in February, SmartHop is moving forward quickly with new hires and expansion of its services. Liu is the first employee in the company’s new New York City office. The new funding round brings SmartHop’s total funding to $16.5

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Insights from New York City’s Procurement Transformation

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The post Insights from New York City’s Procurement Transformation appeared first on Ivalua. Public Sector city of new york ivalua Ivalua for Public Sector public sector public sector procurement public spend forum

5th Annual Retail Supply Chain Summit: New York

EFT

Tags: #d3newyork Channels: Supply Chain eCommerce/Retail Logistics Event Date: Wed, 2020-04-22 to Thu, 2020-04-23 Event URL: [link] Event Location: New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge Number of attendees: 400 Programme URL: Brochure URL: [link] Speakers URL: [link] Purchase Recording URL: Event Organiser: Ruthana Foulkes Event Organiser E-mail: rfoulkes@eft.com Précis: Where supply chain gives retail the edge Entire Month Duration: No Region: North America

Oregon’s Bootleg fire now as big as New York City

The Supply Chain Journal

The Bootleg fire in southern Oregon has been burning since early July and now covers a little more than 300,000 acres — the size of New York City. This means they will produce lightning, which could spark new fires, but not much rain.

New York City & State of Arizona

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Going farther: Nikola claims superior Class 8 electric driving range

The Supply Chain Journal

Truck Talk is new every Friday. Related articles: Nikola restates stock warrants following new SEC guidance. District Court of the Southern District of New YorkNikola Corp.

Global Supply Chain News on New York Times on Global Shipping Chaos

Supply Chain Digest

Soaring Demand, Containers in the Wrong Place, COVID19 Labor Impacts and More

Supply Chain News on US Must Revive Manufacturing Might, New York Times OpEd Says

Supply Chain Digest

National Security, the Economy and Good Jobs are at Stake

Going farther: Nikola claims superior Class 8 electric driving range

The Supply Chain Journal

Truck Talk is new every Friday. Related articles: Nikola restates stock warrants following new SEC guidance. District Court of the Southern District of New YorkNikola Corp.

See a Live Demo at the NRF Big Show in New York

Locus Robotics

The post See a Live Demo at the NRF Big Show in New York appeared first on Locus Robotics. Visit us at Booth 345 at the NRF Big Show in NYC on January 12-14 and see the Locus Solution in action.

Staten Island Ferry construction christens Florida’s newest shipyard

The Supply Chain Journal

Two new Ollis-class, New York City-bound ferries are nearing completion at Eastern Shipbuilding Group Inc.’s Joe for final outfitting and testing of commercial new construction vessels and topside repairs.

Mack gets down and dirty with NYC garbage truck order

The Supply Chain Journal

Mack Trucks is putting its LR Electric refuse hauler to wider use in New York’s boroughs with an order of seven of the near-silent and emission-free trucks. The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) order is the first Mack has publicly announced.

4 Features of an Improving Supply Chain

MIT Supply Chain

Technology could improve New York’s taxi system. The new technology enabled IT departments to collect immense amounts of data about assembly line operation, but they could not see beyond these new databases. Promote integration and cooperation In Manhattan, New York City, USA, there are about 13,000 official medallion taxis. Yet New York City is increasing the number of taxis by 2000 cabs.

WEBINAR: Procurement Key Issues 2019 with The Hackett Group, 26th March 2019, New York 11:00am / London 4:00pm / Paris 5:00pm

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Diandra Hayban: Keeping New York City Prepared

Inbound Logistics

Profile of Diandra Hayban, Logistics Shelter Support Program Manager, NYC Emergency Management

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

The Supply Chain Journal

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.

Modernizing Procurement At City Of New York

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C3 blending ghost kitchens with in-person dining

The Supply Chain Journal

Citizens will first open in New York City and Atlanta in partnerships with Simon Property Group and Brookfield Properties , respectively. “We The first location will be in New York City. Bringg’s collaboration with Uber opens new doors for e-commerce.

WoodSpoon serving up home-cooked meals in NYC

The Supply Chain Journal

The 2015 culinary school graduate spent three years working in New York City-area restaurants before returning to school to obtain a master’s degree and turning to nonprofit work. It shut down New York City’s restaurant scene. Thaddeus Elias Decaprio loves to cook.

Among Piers: Empty containers continue making waves

The Supply Chain Journal

Port of New York and New Jersey. Exported empty containers at the Port of New York and New Jersey in March leapt 77.5% The Port of New York and New Jersey said rail volume increased by 7.8%

Bouchard Transportation seeks buyer to avoid 108 layoffs

The Supply Chain Journal

an independently owned barge and tugboat company, is seeking a buyer to avert closing its facility in Melville, New York. Bouchard’s barges mostly operated across the eastern seaboard and Gulf of Mexico, including New York, New Jersey, Louisiana, Mississippi, Florida and Texas.

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Amazon Selects New York City and Northern Virginia For Its New HQ2 Locations

Supply Chain 24/7

Amazon to invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs across the two new headquarters and announces Nashville as new Operations Center of Excellence with more than 5,000 jobs

Uber nears deal with UK labor union

The Supply Chain Journal

We are disturbed by Uber’s divisive and anti-union behavior in the United States, most recently in California and New York state, where Uber has used the appearance of blunt collective bargaining agreements to actually weaken the power of workers rather than the opposite,” the group said.

Land CMA CGM Marco Polo tour with ‘most beautiful’ photos

The Supply Chain Journal

The Marco Polo’s first stop was the Port of Halifax in Nova Scotia on May 17, followed by the Port of New York and New Jersey last Thursday and Port of Virginia on Sunday.

Shippers, brokers square off over ocean carrier tariff prices

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA), the New York New Jersey Foreign Freight Forwarders & Brokers Association (NYNJ/FFF&BA), and the Association of Food Industries (AFI) weighed in on an issue that has been one of the biggest criticisms of U.S.

How rideshare drivers can hit financial home runs in a time of need

The Supply Chain Journal

Last week, residents of New York City were provided a new option for getting around with the launch of Drivers Cooperative, a driver-owned rideshare service. Bringg’s collaboration with Uber opens new doors for e-commerce.

Hapag-Lloyd raises box order to ‘counteract the container shortage’

The Supply Chain Journal

At the Port of New York and New Jersey, for example, the number of exported empties in March leapt 77.5% Hapag-Lloyd has increased its container order by 60,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs). The sharp increase in demand has led to a shortage of containers across the world.

Who said supply chains are boring?: Mission Impossible

Supply Chains Rock

Last week I was in my home town of New York to surprise my mom for her birthday. New Watch. After going downtown I found a shop that produced t-shirts right in New York City. Who said supply chains are boring? Whenever I tell a friend, colleague or family member about my job as soon as the words "supply chain" are muttered I immediately see glassy eyes followed by a yawn or two.

Case Study: How Nimble Storage’s Focus on Inventory Management Improved Visibility and Planning Cycle Times

Kinaxis

Miscellanea Cloud computing Computer data storage Excel Microsoft Microsoft Excel Microsoft Office New York Stock Exchange Nimble Nimble Storage San Jose California by Melissa Clow One of the biggest challenges facing data storage companies is demands from enterprises for better performance and protection of their data. Recently, I had the chance to chat with Stacey Cornelius, vice president of operations at Nimble.

Making Room for the Megaships in New York and New Jersey

Supply Chain Brain Podcast

It takes more than deep water to accommodate a modern-day containership. Sometimes you have to raise a bridge as well. Read More

Trip Report on NRF Big Show 2019 in New York City

Supply Chain Digest

Most Interesting New Solutions from the National Retail Federation Annual Show and Conference

Trip Report on NRF Big Show 2018 in New York City

Supply Chain Digest

The Top Trends and Most Interesting New Solutions from the National Retail Federation Annual Show and Conference

Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and Warehouse Management Set to Take Center Stage in Warehouse Automation

GlobalTranz

The writing is on the wall for traditional, manual-based processes in supply chain management, says Cade Metz of The New York Times. While Amazon leads the way, other companies, including carriers such as FedEx and DHL, are testing and developing robotic-based systems to speed operations. Unfortunately, limitations of robotics continue to exist, and adaptation is.read More.

Supply Chain by the Numbers for Feb. 18, 2021

Supply Chain Digest

Brazen Warehouse Heist in Texas, Under Pursuing Direct to Consumer, US Manufacturing Output Slowly Recovering, New York State Sues Amazon over Lack of Virus Protection

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