What’s next for connected supply chain logistics and mobility in the “new normal”?

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They also discussed how this advancement has increased the risk of cyberattacks and what steps can you take to enhance your cybersecurity strategy. Furthermore, they shared how the last physical obstacle to creating truly ‘contactless’ fleet operation is the physical keys or fobs to access vehicles, and how eliminating the need for physical keys in transport operations streamlines activities.
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Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. Two decades of growth and experience have transformed Logistics Plus from a three-person operation, supporting the GE Transportation division of General Electric, into a $135 million global solutions company with over 400 employees in 20 countries serving thousands of customers around the world.

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Improving the Driver’s Experience

FreightWaves

The intense competition to hire and retain the best drivers is a challenge for every fleet. The carriers who innovate and stand out as an attractive place for the best drivers to work will gain competitive advantage. A sure way to win the battle for driver loyalty is finding ways to improve the driver’s experience, and leveraging technology is a great place to start.Giving drivers a voice in the planning and management of their trip and offering them choices about their loads are two ways in which carriers can improve a driver’s perception of the company they work for. While many companies are working toward these goals, few have been successful at leveraging their technology and systems for an easy and routine way to interact with their drivers. That is changing.
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The State of the Industry and the ELD Mandate: The Verdict One Year Later

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How is our industry faring in the current environment? What have been some of the results and perhaps unintended consequences of ELD technology over the course of the last year? With the AOBRD grandfather clause ending in 2019, what is being reported by companies who have already implemented ELD technology?
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Autonomous shipping

Lloyd's List Maritime Intelligence

Initial proposals for fully-autonomous shipping have reached the clear light of day: remotely-controlled merchant vessels will take longer to bring into operation than had been thought. But the past five years has shown there is real excitement within the maritime community for innovation that will change the way shipping works. Business models will change, trading patterns will change, seafaring will change.Where is Autonomous shipping today, and what technology is under construction to push it further? What developments are under way in the aviation, automotive, and trucking sectors that will have a bearing on how shipping will evolve? How will Autonomous shipping fit with designs for the Autonomous supply chain?
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State of Freight - 2022 Preparation

Driver supply Capacity and utilization Outlook for rates across all modes Equipment supply and demand Supply chain disruptions Forecast risks as we head into 2022
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Spotlight

Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month. Two decades of growth and experience have transformed Logistics Plus from a three-person operation, supporting the GE Transportation division of General Electric, into a $135 million global solutions company with over 400 employees in 20 countries serving thousands of customers around the world.

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