Pacific Maritime Association

Put your experience and talents to work in a role with a unique company - the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). PMA is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation that serves as a multi-employer collective bargaining agent for approximately 72 shipping lines, stevedore companies and marine terminal operators at California, Oregon and Washington ports. West Coast port operations (including non-containerized cargo such as bulk and autos) now support 9 million U.S. jobs and contribute 12.5 percent of the U.S. GDP.

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WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM LAUNCHES SELF-SERVICE BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM FOR SUPPLY CHAIN TRACEABILITY

Supply Chain Dive | January 28, 2020

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The World Economic Forum (WEF) launched a self-service, public blockchain traceability platform available for businesses to start mapping and tracking their supply chains with help from Everledger, the International Trade Centre (ITC) and Lenzing Group Thursday. The platform allows users to create maps of their materials and product flow. ITC's other databases will soon be included in the maps — adding "key environmental and social indicators and certifications of supply chain par...

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AMAZON, FEDEX, UPS JOIN CBP E-COMMERCE DATA PILOT

Amazon | January 14, 2020

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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...

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REDWOOD LOGISTICS IS THE FIRST COMPANY TO INTRODUCE LPAAS, THE OPEN PLATFORM FOR DIGITAL LOGISTICS

Redwood Logistics | May 22, 2021

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Redwood Logistics, a leading logistics platform company based in Chicago, has announced the launch of a re-engineered suite of services that offer the optimal blend of logistics and technology capabilities, eliminating the difficulty and risk of building and operating a digital logistics network. This proprietary Redwood offering is based on the revolutionary Logistics Platform as a Service (LPaaS) logistics and technology delivery model. LPaaS is a digital logistics open platform...

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EXOTEC RAISES $90 MILLION TO SUPPORT WAREHOUSE AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

Exotec | September 29, 2020

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Exotec, a leading robotics solution for logistics and creator of the Skypod 3D warehouse robots, announces today a $90 million financing round, led by 83North – with participation from Dell Technologies Capital – and supported by historical investors, Iris Capital and Breega. This new funding will further fuel Exotec's international development, especially their recently formed Atlanta and Tokyo teams and help them meet the growing demand for warehouse automation technology in th...

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WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM LAUNCHES SELF-SERVICE BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM FOR SUPPLY CHAIN TRACEABILITY

Supply Chain Dive | January 28, 2020

The World Economic Forum (WEF) launched a self-service, public blockchain traceability platform available for businesses to start mapping and tracking their supply chains with help from Everledger, the International Trade Centre (ITC) and Lenzing Group Thursday. The platform allows users to create maps of their materials and product flow. ITC's other databases will soon be included in the maps — adding "key environmental and social indicators and certifications of supply chain par...

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AMAZON, FEDEX, UPS JOIN CBP E-COMMERCE DATA PILOT

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...

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LOGISTICS

REDWOOD LOGISTICS IS THE FIRST COMPANY TO INTRODUCE LPAAS, THE OPEN PLATFORM FOR DIGITAL LOGISTICS

Redwood Logistics | May 22, 2021

Redwood Logistics, a leading logistics platform company based in Chicago, has announced the launch of a re-engineered suite of services that offer the optimal blend of logistics and technology capabilities, eliminating the difficulty and risk of building and operating a digital logistics network. This proprietary Redwood offering is based on the revolutionary Logistics Platform as a Service (LPaaS) logistics and technology delivery model. LPaaS is a digital logistics open platform...

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EXOTEC RAISES $90 MILLION TO SUPPORT WAREHOUSE AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGY

Exotec | September 29, 2020

Exotec, a leading robotics solution for logistics and creator of the Skypod 3D warehouse robots, announces today a $90 million financing round, led by 83North – with participation from Dell Technologies Capital – and supported by historical investors, Iris Capital and Breega. This new funding will further fuel Exotec's international development, especially their recently formed Atlanta and Tokyo teams and help them meet the growing demand for warehouse automation technology in th...

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