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Maersk | September 17, 2020
Maersk and Canadian Pacific will build and operate a transload and distribution facility in Vancouver, British Columbia, according to an announcement Tuesday. It is slated to be operational in 2021. Canadian Pacific will shuttle containers to and from port terminals, taking the reliance off of trucks, according to the announcement. And because the facility will be an expansion of Canadian Pacific's intermodal center, the rail infrastructure is already in place, Maersk said. "We can now ...
Turvo, FreightWaves | May 28, 2021
Turvo, the world's leading supply chain collaboration application, announced a new collaboration and integration with FreightWaves, bringing FreightWaves SONAR data to the company's collaborative logistics platform. FreightWaves SONAR is the industry's most comprehensive freight data platform.
"COVID-19 blew up the system in terms of reliable historical data. It demonstrated how difficult it could be to make business decisions based on outdated information, "...
DHL | August 19, 2020
The service is now covered by 95% of all business addresses within 25 countries in Europe. As well as an improved same-day pick-up and pre-12 delivery service. An additional pre-10 delivery option is now also available in defined zip-code areas. In addition, all services booked via Eurapid are now fully climate neutral. The carbon emissions caused by Eurapid shipments are fully offset in recognised climate protection projects, providing customers certified climate neutralisation of their shipmen...
Supply Chain Dive | January 28, 2020
The White House recently issued draft principles for governing the use of artificial intelligence across sectors, including transportation. While a recent report noted the guidance may be too vague to produce substantive benefits, the larger point is clear. Various forms of AI are here to stay and will only become more ubiquitous. That is unless public policymakers go to great lengths to inhibit progress. The industry I represent, one of America's oldest industries – privately owned fr...
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