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GE Transportation | November 15, 2016
With consumer spending on the rise, U.S. businesses need greater reliability and visibility from the supply chain to maintain their edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Given that 90 percent of global trade moves on the ocean, seaports are critical nodes of the supply chain. However, today’s major ports face the growing challenge of serving a new generation of massive container ships and the complexity of handling cargo carried by vessel-sharing alliances – constantly shi...
GE Transportation | November 18, 2016
GE has been investing heavily in logistics software in recent months, buying the cloud-based collaboration firm ShipXpress in September, paying $599 million to purchase German 3-D printing company Concept Laser GmbH in October, and launching an Internet of Things partnership with SAP SE in November....
GE Transportation | May 17, 2017
The Port of Los Angeles in the US has collaborated with GE Transportation to launched a new digital solution in order to carry out smooth cargo handling activities.The new solution digitises maritime shipping data and makes it available to cargo owners and supply chain operators through secure, channelled access, and has been installed on APM Terminals’ facility at the Port of Los Angeles.It has now been launched on a pilot basis, after being developed as part of a partnership announced in...
GE Transportation | May 18, 2017
GE Transportation and the Port of Los Angeles have implemented their joint pilot program aiming to digitize maritime data to improve accessibility and safety for shippers and container line companies, DC Velocity reported. The rollout will occur at Danish carrier Maersk Line's APM terminals, and include Maersk and Swiss carrier Mediterranean Shipping Co. (MSC) in the process. Home improvement retailers Home Depot and Lowe's are also involved in the pilot program....
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