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Procurant and Uber Freight | October 06, 2022
Procurant, a cloud-based software company transforming the global food supply chain, and Uber Freight US, one of North America’s largest managers of freight reimagining the way goods move, today announced a partnership to provide an innovative shipping option for retailers and suppliers of fresh produce.
“This partnership is a game-changer for grocery retailers and their produce suppliers, and it will bring much-needed relief to an industry struggling wit...
JD Logistics | February 07, 2020
JD Logistics is deploying delivery staff, autonomous shuttles and drones to deliver medical and commercial cargo throughout coronavirus quarantine zones in Wuhan and Hubei Province in China, the company said Thursday. Customers in the region have been ordering goods online as a means of minimizing human contact in stores, the company said in a release. As a result, the company's autonomous warehouses have fulfilled nearly double their usual number of daily orders, from 600,000 to 1 million b...
DHL | June 25, 2020
DHL Supply Chain is partnering with Blue Yonder, a fulfillment solutions provider specializing in artificial intelligence technology, to build an integrated warehouse robotics management system that will run on Microsoft Azure IoT's cloud service, according to a press release Wednesday.The platform will allow customers to standardize onboarding and operations data for various types of warehouse robotics across multiple vendors, allowing companies to customize their fleet of robots to t...
Supply Chain Dive | September 09, 2020
The Port of Los Angeles will begin distributing data from the Port Optimizer in a new product called The Signal. The product will contain information on shipments heading into the port over the next three weeks, the gateway announced Thursday. "We're giving all of our partners — railroads, chassis providers, truckers, warehouse operators and others in the supply chain — a three-week look at cargo coming into Los Angeles," Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of L...
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