Zeem Solutions | March 31, 2022
According to Zeem Solutions, a fleet electrification company, the first profitable EV transportation-as-a-service depot has opened near Los Angeles International Airport. The depot, which serves as a center for zero-emission vehicle services, is the country's biggest commercial EV charging station that supports fleets of medium-and heavy-duty electric vehicles.
The Los Angeles-area depot is the first of a chain that Zeem hopes to create around the United States to help fleet owners electrify their medium-and heavy-duty vehicles. The company holds and retains electric trucks, vans, shuttle buses, and other vehicles, which are leased to fleets of businesses for a fee that has to be paid once a month.
Zeem collaborates with local utilities and renewable energy sources to make sure that vehicles are charged with energy that is uncontaminated, trustworthy, and reasonably priced. Customers receive access to the cars, and daily charging and parking in Zeem-built and-operated depots, all for a monthly lease that is less expensive than possessing and operating a gasoline or diesel-fueled fleet.
“Zeem’s first fleet electrification depot is open for business. Our business model – Transportation-as-a-Service or E-Fleet-as-a-Service – combines the latest commercial electric vehicles alongside reliable chargers purpose-built for fleet use in a centrally-located depot. This model enables fleets to transition to electric vehicles quickly, easily, and affordably at a time when they are under more and more pressure to do so,”
-Paul Gioupis, CEO of Zeem Solutions.
He further shares, “We know that charging is the biggest challenge facing fleets as they transition to zero emission vehicles. Providing fast chargers alongside electric trucks and vans will allow our customers to switch from diesel vehicles to electric trucks and shuttles quickly, achieving cost and carbon emission reductions at the same time. Our vision at Zeem is to support thousands of zero-emission vehicles operating out of hundreds of depots like this around the country.”
The Zeem electric fleet depot at LAX comprise of around 77 fast charging ports, 53 Level 2 chargers, a comfortable lounge where drivers can rest and recharge in between routes, and the capacity to charge and store more than 200 medium- and heavy-duty vehicles on-site, with hundreds more available for opportunity charging. Tour buses, airport shuttles, last-mile delivery vans and trucks, third-party logistics, mobility services, ridesharing, and drayage operations are among the fleets now operating out of Zeem's LAX facility. Zeem offers opportunity charging for high-mileage fleets for last-mile delivery and rideshare services who need a spot to charge their vehicles, in addition to monthly subscription services.
Zeem’s new depot is an important resource that will allow us to offer our customers the high-quality experience of Hollywood and Los Angeles that they expect, while gliding along in the comfort of a high-tech, zero-emission vehicle, with zero noise pollution as well” said Kami Farhadi, Owner of Starline Tours of Hollywood. “We love the convenience and access to low-cost charging and fleet services, especially as we adjust to driving electric. It’s also valuable to our business to contribute to Los Angeles’ ecotourism and appeal to sustainability-conscious travelers of today and tomorrow.
SAP | October 29, 2020
SAP SE and Qualtrics today reported Qualtrics® XM for Suppliers, another arrangement that engages associations to distinguish key territories of progress over the source-to-pay cycle to help secure basic gracefully, increase cost investment funds, alleviate chance and improve business readiness.
Qualtrics XM for Suppliers joins information from an association's SAP® Ariba®, SAP Fieldglass® and SAP S/4HANA® arrangements with ongoing provider bits of knowledge and AI-driven insight from Qualtrics, a SAP organization.
A lion's share, 66%, of boss obtainment and boss gracefully chain officials said their acquirement work is capable at moderating dangers with providers, as indicated by an investigation directed by Oxford Economics and SAP. However just 51% said they can rapidly discover elective flexibly sources, and 46% said that picking up perceivability into provider execution is challenging.* Qualtrics XM for Suppliers assists associations with upgrading existing source-to-pay processes by tuning in, understanding and generally significant, following up on provider criticism at each touch point.
"When organizations prioritize listening, understanding and acting on stakeholder feedback, the business impact and ROI will naturally follow," said Brian Stucki, Qualtrics executive vice president and CustomerXM general manager. "Qualtrics XM for Suppliers puts supplier feedback at the heart of buyer-supplier interactions and becomes an integral part of decision-making and relationship building. Procurement teams get a holistic view of the entire process through the lens of their suppliers to quickly close feedback loops, attain prescriptive recommendations on areas of improvement and advance spend innovation."
As a pioneer in client experience and maker of the Experience Management (XM) class, Qualtrics gives its expertise to the new arrangement with key highlights of the Qualtrics XM Platform, for example, the Qualtrics iQ motor, to help convey:
Predictive analytics and intelligence. Immediately access provider criticism and addition knowledge into prescient markers to help educated spend choices over the business.
Automated and seamless workflows. Close experience holes over the source-to-pay measure with activity designs that require no extra examination and are naturally given to acquirement groups.
Real-time insights to action. With perceivability into provider wellbeing and collaborations across provider contact focuses, from onboarding to emergency recuperation, acquirement groups know precisely where to actualize change and which steps to take.
"This year has taught us that agility and resilience can only be achieved if you can anticipate disruption before it happens, enhance critical supplier synergies and know when to activate alternate sources of supply," said Jason Wolf, senior vice president and SAP Intelligent Spend and Business Network general manager. "That's even easier to achieve now with Qualtrics XM for Suppliers for SAP Ariba, SAP Fieldglass and SAP S/4HANA solutions."
Qualtrics XM for Suppliers engages acquisition, money and flexibly anchor groups to help:
Secure critical supply and deliver business resiliency by recognizing and moderating territories of danger to limit business disturbance and proactively reacting to the input of the most basic providers.
Accelerate savings by getting AI-driven bits of knowledge and suggestions all through the source-to-pay cycle to help recognize experience holes in the gracefully chain and impact more positive agreement terms that sway ROI.
Innovate with speed by utilizing input caught all through the source-to-pay cycle to advance provider cooperation and use provider expertise to distinguish measure improvement zones.
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Qualtrics, a leader in customer experience and creator of the Experience Management (XM) category, is changing the way organizations manage and improve the four core experiences of business — customer, employee, product, and brand. Over 12,000 organizations around the world are using Qualtrics to listen, understand, and take action on experience data (X-data) — the beliefs, emotions, and intentions that tell you why things are happening, and what to do about it. The Qualtrics XM Platform is a system of action that helps businesses attract customers who stay longer and buy more, engage employees who build a positive culture, develop breakthrough products people love, and build a brand people are passionate about. To learn more, please visit qualtrics.com.
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LOUP LOGISTICS | January 27, 2022
Loup Logistics Company (Loup), a wholly owned Union Pacific Railroad subsidiary, today announced the acquisition of the Precision Components Inc. (PCI Reload) transload facility in Phoenix, Arizona. The deal was finalized December 30, 2021, and offers transloading, storage and trucking solutions to customers shipping into and out of the Phoenix market.
PCI Reload is a premier transload facility located in the heart of Phoenix. The 100+-acre facility includes 125,000 square feet of covered storage and three miles of rail capacity, served by Union Pacific Railroad. The facility processes over 8,000 rail cars and 38,000 trucks annually.
PCI Reload helped fuel Arizona's economic growth by offering transloading, inventory management and final-destination shipping for a variety of industries, We believe Loup is well positioned to continue the PCI Reload tradition of exceeding customers' expectations."
Hal Owens, president – PCI Reload.
Loup is excited about the growth potential this acquisition provides to customers seeking access to the Phoenix market, Loup is backed by a strong leadership team who will seek to maximize rail throughput at the facility. We are focused on maintaining the excellent reputation PCI has built over the past 60 years, providing creative rail solutions and cost-effective transload operations."
Josh Perkes, vice president – Loup.
ABOUT LOUP LOGISTICS
Loup is a wholly owned subsidiary of Union Pacific. With over 40 years of experience, Loup services both manifest and premium customers, with a goal of connecting the supply chains of non-rail served customers. Loup owns and operates 25 facilities across the western half of the U.S. and maintains partnerships with over 800 third-party transloaders across North America, offering their customers access to an unparalleled transload network.