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Amazon | May 07, 2020
Amazon has expanded its freight service to the lower 48 states, from five Eastern states, the company confirmed in an email to Transport Dive.This spot freight service is designed for small and medium line-haul providers to carry loads for Amazon in the middle mile. Access to the freight site had been limited to line-haul providers Amazon had pre-approved to sign up for loads. The company has now opened the website for broader access to more carriers.Amazon jumped into the freight br...
DHL | July 21, 2020
Supply chains adjusting to the shifting impacts of the current pandemic are currently in a "pre-new normal" stage of recovery and will have to make important changes to sourcing, transportation and warehousing networks during this phase to survive in a post-coronavirus world, according to a DHL whitepaper released Thursday.The paper notes that as countries, and regions within countries, begin to reopen at different rates, ramping up the supply chain to pre-pandemic levels all at ...
Lineage Logistics | August 13, 2020
Over the past 18 months, Lineage Logistics has finalized 10 acquisitions spanning 24 locations in the U.S. according to an announcement Tuesday. Some of the assets have already been integrated into Lineage Logistics' network, while the remainder will be integrated by the end of the year. The acquisitions, which encompass 5.5 million square feet and 153 million cubic feet of capacity, focus on adding "capacity and services in key markets," Greg Lehmkuhl, president and CEO of Lineage...
Supply Chain Dive | June 05, 2020
Airfreight volume fell more than 27.7% year over year (YoY) in April, according to the latest numbers from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).Freight capacity fell nearly 42% YoY in April. International belly capacity fell by about 75% YoY as a result of flight cancellations due to the pandemic, according to IATA."The result is damaging global supply chains with longer shipping times and higher cost," IATA’s Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juni...
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