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Amazon | January 14, 2020
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) selected nine companies to participate in its Section 321 Data Pilot, which collects detailed cargo data from shippers in advance of cargo arriving to a port of entry, according to a press release on Jan. 8. The companies are Amazon, BoxC Logistics, DHL, eBay, FedEx, PreClear, UPS, XB Fulfillment and Zulily. The participants will provide cargo origin, content, tracking, recipient and other information to CBP upfront (in addition to what is legally require...
nuVizz | August 31, 2021
nuVizz, a leading network-based last mile delivery & transportation management and customer experience SaaS platform, introduces Platform 2.0, which helps organizations tackle the most challenging transportation routing and scheduling issues. Leveraging AI and machine learning, Platform 2.0 builds on the nuVizz real-time transportation visibility technology to create an intelligent delivery ecosystem that helps clients deliver next level customer service. The company also celebrates its 10-y...
Nike | March 06, 2020
The Chain Integration Pilot (CHIP) of the Auburn University RFID Lab in Alabama has published a proof-of-concept whitepaper that seeks to demonstrate the efficiency savings blockchain technology can unlock across the contemporary supply chain. The proof-of-concept was designed to ingest, encode, distribute, and store serialized data from multiple points throughout the supply chain on Hyperledger Fabric. The pilot collected live data from brands Nike, PVH Corp., and Herman Kay, and major United S...
BRINK | April 20, 2020
Until now, business models for Industry 4.0, based around automation, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence, have been largely theoretical. The technology has been there without the determination to take on the social and economic shocks involved with implementation. However, one of the lasting impacts of the COVID-19 crisis is likely to be an acceleration toward the automation of systems and near-shoring. We may see shorter, simpler supply chains with new levels of resilience built in ...
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