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Geospatial World | March 06, 2020
In December 2019, the first case of coronavirus was discovered. The outbreak has affected many industries, especially the logistics industry. However, the challenges and opportunities coexist; smart manufacturing and unmanned distribution have shown strong growth potential. During the epidemic, logistics and distribution grew sharply under the catalysis of “self-isolation policy”. According to the large-scale epidemic prevention consumption data released by Suning, in China the order...
Turvo | November 04, 2020
Turvo Inc., a main supplier of community oriented coordinations programming intended for worldwide flexibly chains, has reported an association with transportation supplier SEND. This vital union will give SEND further perceivability and coordinated effort for its transporter clients and transporter accomplices progressively, improving operational efficiencies and overall revenues.
"SEND was built on the premise of collaboration and supporting one another. We look at this a b...
PortPro | July 20, 2021
PortPro, the leading technology provider for the drayage industry, today launched drayOS Mobile. This new mobile application enables owner-operators and small carriers to manage their businesses from the palm of their hand. This summer, the drayOS Mobile app will be available at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, two of the largest and busiest in the United States.
The PortPro team created drayOS Mobile to provide owner-operators and small carriers with software that address...
CityLab | February 18, 2020
President Donald Trump’s 2021 budget request describes a $810 billion, 10-year surface transportation reauthorization bill as part of a proposed $1 trillion infrastructure investment. But the budget also calls for a 13 percent cut to discretionary spending for the U.S. Department of Transportation, the largest infrastructure-building agency in the cabinet. That, in a nutshell, has been the persistent theme of the Trump administration when it comes to infrastructure: big talk, little action...
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