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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...
Amazon | September 04, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration has granted Amazon Prime Air a Part 135 exemption in the form of a standard operating certificate, which allows the company to begin drone delivery within a test range, according to documents from the agency and confirmation from the retailer. Amazon said it estimated the test would initially involve 10 houses, according to the exemption. It did not provide details on where these homes would be located. Prime Air has development centers in the United States, t...
Ford | June 30, 2020
Ford is digitalising key aspects of its global logistics and supply chain management, including the recent insourcing of its fourth party logistics (4PL) logistics management in Asia Pacific, Africa and South America.Talking about the company’s transformative journey towards end-to-end digitisation and automation in the recent Livestream Hour: Driving innovation in production and logistics, Amlan Bose, vice-president of the Centre of Excellence, Asia Pacific, MEA, South America, Ford...
Supply Chain Dive | January 27, 2020
The ocean freight contracting season is upon us, and carriers and shippers will soon head to the negotiating table to lock in annual rates. An X-factor this year could complicate matters: the International Maritime Organization's low-sulfur regulations, which required container lines to comply with a sulfur emissions limit of no more than 0.5% mass by mass starting Jan. 1. In turn, refiners had to boost production of compliant fuels and shippers had to ready their budgets for freight price h...
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