Small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs) struggling for equal footing in the global economy increasingly look to cross-border trade for growth, seeing technology as a way past obstacles in shipping and compliance, according to new research from Shipa Freight.
Inbound Logistics features its annual G75—a carefully curated list of 75 companies that go above and beyond to ensure their global supply chains are sustainable, and their operations are socially and environmentally friendly.
American Airlines becomes the first U.S. passenger carrier to begin cargo service to Cuba.
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Global logistics and transportation bellwether FedEx announced strong Fiscal Year and fourth quarter 2018 earnings results, which it announced late yesterday. Earnings per share for the fiscal fourth quarter, at $5.91, were up 41% annually, with fiscal year EPS up 27% at $15.31. The quarterly EPS topped Wall Street expectations of $5.68-$5.71 per share, as…Details
Convey, an Austin, Texas-based provider of cloud-based technology that helps shippers connect disparate data and processes to improve the last mile customer experience, announced this week that it has received an additional $10 million in venture capital funding, which brings its total raised capital to $25.75 million.
The ATA’s advanced seasonally-adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index rose 0.7%, to 113.8 (2015=100), from April to May, following a 2.7% (upwardly revised from an original reading of 2.2%) March to April increase.
These are good times for chemical manufacturing in the United States. But an active market creates special challenges for companies that need to transport chemical products.
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If you could speed the development of a supply chain-disrupting technology, what would it be and why?
Readers reveal the technologies they would rev up to boost supply chain efficiency.