SOFTWARE AND TECHNOLOGY, SUPPLY CHAIN

Creating Open, Smart and Self-healing Supply Chains

September 9, 2022

Creating Open, Smart and
There are almost no supply chains left unbruised right now, as multiple waves of hard-hitting disruptions challenged even the most experienced of operators. We are, by now, completely aware of the fissures in supply chains that can rapidly open into
chasms. The next big question is how to move on and create the supply chain of the future that is resilient against shocks? The answer lies in strengthening the shared data links across supply chains, and then turning
this information into insights that can then be acted upon rapidly and decisively. The inherent complexity of most modern supply chains means that this is no easy task and that
human operators need help in moving towards this goal, especially as the data flows are only going to increase with the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT).

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California Cartage Company

"Since 1944, when California Cartage Company made its first delivery, it has become an industry leader in trucking, warehousing, and deconsolidation. With its multiple logistics companies,California Cartage Company operates over 1,200 trucks and over 4.25 million square feet of warehouse space throughout the United States and Mexico. Owner and operator of multiple highly-specialized logistics divisions with operations nationwide. Services including, but not limited to: import trucking, warehousing, deconsolidation, and distribution Innovative industry leader in sustainability with: the largest fleet of green trucks in the LA/LGB harbors, over 380,000 square feet of solar panels producing over 3 million kWh of energy annually, paperless processing, and more! Proprietary and innovative IT Solutions for customized solutions. Strategic partnerships maintained with shippers, beneficial cargo owners, ocean carriers, intermodal companies, Customs house brokers, and freight for

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California Cartage Company

"Since 1944, when California Cartage Company made its first delivery, it has become an industry leader in trucking, warehousing, and deconsolidation. With its multiple logistics companies,California Cartage Company operates over 1,200 trucks and over 4.25 million square feet of warehouse space throughout the United States and Mexico. Owner and operator of multiple highly-specialized logistics divisions with operations nationwide. Services including, but not limited to: import trucking, warehousing, deconsolidation, and distribution Innovative industry leader in sustainability with: the largest fleet of green trucks in the LA/LGB harbors, over 380,000 square feet of solar panels producing over 3 million kWh of energy annually, paperless processing, and more! Proprietary and innovative IT Solutions for customized solutions. Strategic partnerships maintained with shippers, beneficial cargo owners, ocean carriers, intermodal companies, Customs house brokers, and freight for

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