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Supply Chain Dive | January 31, 2020
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared coronavirus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern Thursday but did not impose any restrictions on the movement of people or goods, saying it could make the situation worse. "[I]n general, evidence has shown that restricting the movement of people and goods during public health emergencies may be ineffective and may divert resources from other interventions," WHO said in a statement on the decision. "Further, restrictions ma...
SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY
BluJay Solutions | August 17, 2021
BluJay Solutions, a leading provider of global supply chain software and services, has released version 21.2 of its transportation, distribution, and global trade software applications. With a focus on providing high-efficiency user experiences, BluJay’s latest releases offer shippers, logistics service providers, freight forwarders and customs brokers with expanded capabilities, integrations, and the most current compliance updates available.
“This robust release is a...
Walmart | February 03, 2020
Walmart Canada, in partnership with DLT Labs, launched a blockchain-based freight and payment network in late 2019. The companies claim this to be the world’s largest full production blockchain solution for any industrial application. The system uses distributed ledger technology (DLT) for tracking deliveries, verifying transactions, and automating payments and reconciliation among Walmart Canada and its carriers. According to a press release, Walmart Canada moves more than 853 million cas...
Tesla | March 31, 2020
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the automaker has ventilators and it is going to use its logistic network to deliver them to hospitals for free. Several hospitals in the US are finding themselves in need of ventilators to help save patients who are more badly affected by the coronavirus. In previous comments over the last month, Musk has been skeptical that there’s going to be a need for more ventilators. The CEO believes that we “may have passed the inflection point for US cases ...
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