How Supply Chain Can Teach Us About the Future of Professional Education
Labor problems are currently one of the most pressing issues in society, especially when it comes to finding talented people for current and future jobs.
Mitigating Supply Chain Disruption in the Wake of Severe Weather and Disasters
Whether it’s a hurricane, flood, wildfire, tsunami, or another type of severe weather or disaster, if you work in transportation or logistics, you are undoubtedly aware of the supply chain challenges that arise in the aftermath of such events.
Is Industrial Real Estate Recession-Proof?
Some experts argue that low unemployment, record corporate earnings, and GDP growth in Q3 indicate that the U.S. is not yet in a recession, many economists agree that a recession is coming soon.
Electric Trucks are Poised to Tackle the Pressures of E-commerce
Electric lift trucks are evolving to deal with pressures wrought by e-commerce, including labor shortages and higher handling volumes, through high- and low-tech means.
6 Lessons from CSCMP EDGE 2022 to Improve Shipping Freight & Supply Chain Inefficiencies
CSCMP EDGE 2022 was one for the books, with the conference being held in Nashville it was the perfect place for supply chain professionals to gather, discuss transportation challenges, and brainstorm creative solutions.
How Seasonal Changes Impact Freight Embargoes
As unexpected weather-related events become more common, what are the chances that freight embargoes could disrupt a somewhat upbeat outlook?
Uber Freight & E2open to Provide Real-time Transportation Rate and Capacity Options
Clients can optimize transportation spend while managing logistics constraints, leveraging carrier network and insights.
Challenges with Dock Appointment Scheduling for Seamless Yard Operations
Businesses must choose an intelligent platform to address rising global supply chain needs when looking for the right yard management system, it needs to be sophisticated enough to manage all aspects of the shipping yard.
Top 10 Trends in Robotic Warehouse Automation 2.0
Robotic warehouse automation can help meet the demand for space and increase productivity and in the face of real estate and labor pressures, automated warehouses are becoming increasingly necessary.
Reimagining The Way Goods Move - Uber Freight’s Next Chapter in Logistics Transportation Management
Our newly combined organization brings Uber Freight and Transplace products and services together under the new Uber Freight Platform, a first-of-its-kind logistics solution and partner that unlocks unprecedented supply chain reliability, resiliency, and optimization.
The Results of StrongArm Technologies 2022 Industrial Athlete Workforce Report
The total cost of workplace injuries in 2020 amounted to $163.9 billion and there were 2.7 billion nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported that year alone, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
How the Hybrid Network Becomes a Reality for the Future of Freight Transportation
It’s clear that everyone in the supply chain needs better options to keep goods moving and evolve their business operations in 2022 and beyond, this industry urgency is converging with important advancements in autonomous trucks and marketplace technologies, providing us with a preview of what’s ahead.
Examining the Future of Autonomous Trucking
A new report by Uber Freight envisions a future where autonomous trucks and human drivers operate alongside one another in a hybrid network to ease the burden of increased freight demand, enhance truck drivers’ quality of life, and create more value for everyone in the supply chain.
A 360 Approach to Actionable Multi-Tier Supply Chain Visibility Using Cognitive Control Towers
Control Tower technologies have and continue to evolve, solutions vary widely in scope and depth, with systems traditionally only spanning transportation functions, but next-generation platforms are taking a far more holistic approach.
Enterprise Resource Planning Gains Ground Into the Supply Chain Management Sector
On track to hit $78.4 billion in revenues by 2026, the global enterprise resource planning market is increasingly making its way into the supply chain management sector, where companies are leveraging their ERPs to both manage the current uncertainty and plan for the future.
DSV Rises to the Challenge: Optimizes Complex Fast Moving Consumer Goods Supply Chain
When a multi-national FMCG Healthcare company approached DSV, a top global transport and logistics company, it had just opened a new warehouse, what the client needed was a concept DSV came to call freight management services.
The Great Decoupling and What It Means for Industrial Real Estate
The Great Decoupling refers to an exodus of production from China as businesses seek to improve supply chain resilience, these circumstances have been beneficial for a variety of other countries in Southeast Asia, including India, Vietnam, and Malaysia, among others.
FedEx’s Warnings Renew Concern About Global Slowdown
Shares of the delivery giant sank 21% Friday, wiping out $11 billion in market value, and dragging the broader market to its worst week since June, as the results fueled concern of weaker e-commerce and business-to-business activity.
Why a Possible Railroad Strike Would Cripple the Supply Chain and Encourage Inflation Fears
The cost of a rail strike is seen at $2 billion a day; ‘there aren’t enough trucks to handle that volume’ - for several days, the prospects for preventing a railroad strike or lockout rested with a handful of leaders from labor, industry and government, whose marathon talks led to a tentative agreement Thursday.
How Does the Inflation Reduction Act Impact Industrial Real Estate?
If the Inflation Reduction Act is to meet its goal of reducing carbon emissions by 40% by 2030, the industrial real estate sector will have a part to play.