Convert Your Fleet to Renewable Diesel with Ease

Fleet Owner

All trucking fleets want to reduce their carbon footprints but have real concerns how any change could impact their bottom line.One easy but often misunderstood option is using renewable diesel fuel, which can help fleets go green literally overnight with little-to-no disruptions to their operations. Renewable diesel is a premium-quality, non-petroleum hydrocarbon fuel made from 100 percent renewable raw materials that meets all ASTM D975 and state and federal diesel specifications. Renewable diesel is not biodiesel and does not have any of the negative effects on engine performance.
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Spotlight

Global trade has increased significantly in recent decades, and some forecasters expect goods movement activity to triple or quadruple within the next few decades. All modes of freight transportation rely almost entirely on fossil fuels, and carbon emissions from marine transport have grown even faster than overall activity, principally due to inefficiencies in goods movement and lagging technology adoption. This study evaluates the capacity of current and future technologies and strategies to improve the energy and environmental performance of a real-world global supply chain.

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IoT solutions enable the power of data-driven transportation

Intelligent Transport

Watch this webinar to learn about making informed IoT (Internet of Things) enabled transportation decisions regarding the implementation, evolution and integration of rail solutions so that municipalities can take advantage of the power of data-driven transportation. Experts at Kontron address these tough issues to ensure your chosen solution is application-ready; saving yourself time and money.
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Developing an Effective Parcel Spend Strategy in an Online World

Supply Chain Quarterly

E-commerce has redrawn the logistics map, and the phenomenon is in its early stages. As more goods are ordered online, the ability to master your parcel shipping strategy will become more important than ever. Consumers expect free or very low-cost shipping, yet parcel carriers expect to be paid for their services. Shippers will need to balance the demands of their customers with the realities of their shipping budgets.
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Intelligent Transport: What is the future of mobility?

Intelligent Transport

Due to advances in technology, the transport sector is going through a major change – from smart ticketing, payments and information, to new multimodal mobility initiatives and autonomous vehicles, it really is an exciting time to be in the transport sector. But what is the actual future of transport? A panel of thought-leading experts from Transport Focus, International Transport Forum and Multi Modal Transport Solutions, discuss this and much more in the Intelligent Transport Conference webinar
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Leveraging 3PLs for Future Shipper Gains

Logistics Management

The inexorable force of digitization is reshaping the 3PL marketplace, with new alliances and partnerships reflecting that trend as never before. Warehousing and freight brokerages, meanwhile, are sectors of constant reinvention. Armstrong & Associates research indicates that one other ongoing development is also a game changer: global trade tensions and disruptions. "We are going to be taking a long view on how trade agreements will play out, and what their impact will have on logistics managers with their planning and forecasting budgets," says Evan Armstrong, president of Armstrong & Associates.
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Global trade has increased significantly in recent decades, and some forecasters expect goods movement activity to triple or quadruple within the next few decades. All modes of freight transportation rely almost entirely on fossil fuels, and carbon emissions from marine transport have grown even faster than overall activity, principally due to inefficiencies in goods movement and lagging technology adoption. This study evaluates the capacity of current and future technologies and strategies to improve the energy and environmental performance of a real-world global supply chain.

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