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  • UK retailers lag in implementing AI

    UK retailers lag in implementing AI

    Retailers in the United Kingdom are using artificial intelligence (AI) at a much slower pace than other industries in the country. Over half of UK retailers are still not using machine...

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  • London leads way in making greener logistics a reality

    London leads way in making greener logistics a reality

    Welcome to our Logistics feature. People in the business have been saying to us for years that running logistics operations in London is uniquely complex, with the high population density and slow...

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  • P&O Ferrymasters invest in 675 new Huckepack trailers

    P&O Ferrymasters invest in 675 new Huckepack trailers

    P&O Ferrymasters has responded to rising customer demand for freight transport between Poznan in Poland and Europe’s busiest port at Rotterdam by making a major investment in 150 huckepack...

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  • Snapfulfil chosen to keep up with Johnstons

    Snapfulfil chosen to keep up with Johnstons

    Johnston Logistics UK has selected Snapfulfil warehouse management system (WMS) to help deliver its next stage of growth. The warehousing, logistics and fulfilment specialists, who handle over...

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  • Calor showcases alternative fuel offering at Expo

    Calor showcases alternative fuel offering at Expo

    Calor will be exhibiting at this year’s Freight in the City Expo, promoting its alternative fuel offering for freight operators looking to meet the ambitions of the government’s recently launched...

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  • Gothenburg Port Container Traffic Up by 20%

    Gothenburg Port Container Traffic Up by 20%

    Freight volumes passing through the Port of Gothenburg during the year to date are as follows. Container traffic is up 20% compared with the preceding year, and energy product flows remain...

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  • Supply Chain News on Are Distribution Centers without the Need for Human Workers on the Horizon

    Goal is Total DC Automation, Mujin CEO Says

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  • Martin Bencher expands in North America

    Martin Bencher expands in North America

    Scandinavian based Shipping and Freight Forwarding company Martin Bencher expands in North America with an office in Vancouver, BC, Canada.A press release from the project logistics company quoted...

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  • CBRE: retailers drawing online shoppers into stores with ship-to-store tactic

    Approach avoids expensive last-mile delivery, tempts consumers with extra purchases, report says.

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  • UPS announces Seattle-based cargo eBike pilot program

    UPS is taking its delivery processes to the streets. While that does not sound like anything major in itself, it comes with a caveat in that it is taking delivery to the streets on two bicycle...

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  • The ethical supply chain

    The ethical supply chain

    New research from APICS, Supply Chain Management Review and Loyola University Chicago finds that operating a responsible supply chain is an increasing priority. But gaps remain between practice...

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  • Supply Chain News on Share of Trucking Costs Related to Driver Pay and Benefits Continues to have Biggest Again Tops the List

    Latest ATRI Analysis Shows Driver Costs Again 43 Percent of Average Trucking Costs

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  • Manheim Logistics Solutions moves to larger Phoenix facility

    Location houses logistics provider's Ready Logistics and Central Dispatch Operations, company says.

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  • CN acquires TransX

    CN acquires TransX

    Montreal, QC  CN announced it has reached an agreement to acquire Winnipeg-based The TransX Group of Companies, one of Canada’s largest and oldest transportation companies. “This strategic...

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  • The Role of Transportation Technology for Shippers to Kill It at E-Commerce Logistics

    Failure to use a transportation management system or tms as part of an e-commerce logistics strategy contributes to higher freight spend by limiting shipping capacity and forcing shippers to...

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  • Cathay posts positive results despite ‘turbulent’ conditions

    Cathay posts positive results despite ‘turbulent’ conditions

    Cathay Pacific Group saw a 1.7% year-on-year increase in cargo and mail volumes for September, with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon carrying a combined total of 180,623 tonnes during the...

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  • Supply chain awards: one week left

    Supply chain awards: one week left

    This time next week will see over 600 supply chain professionals gather at the Park Lane Hilton in London to celebrate the 22nd Supply Chain Excellence Awards. Comedian Marcus Brigstocke will host...

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  • Need for speed: Shippers want the air cargo industry to move more quickly

    Need for speed: Shippers want the air cargo industry to move more quickly

    The chairman of the Global Shippers’ Forum (GSF) has called on the air cargo industry to strive for faster supply chains in order to make the most of the opportunity presented by e-commerce. Sean...

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  • “I can’t imagine a world without pallets”

    “I can’t imagine a world without pallets”

    Three cheers for the pallet! This standardized load-carrying device enables a safe transport of goods around the globe, and ensures truck space is used even more efficiently. Thomas Thiele is...

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  • Brexit will put a premium on logistics expertise

    There is no doubt that the uncertainty over the Brexit negotiations is having an impact on trade and industry. And the recent report from the National Audit Office made uncomfortable reading –...

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