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Our March issue was packed with hits
Allusions to rock, pop, and blues hits, that is. The deadline for the April-issue contest has been extended until midnight Sunday, May 20, so get your entries in this weekend.

XPO puts "differently abled" employees to work
Transport and logistics giant launches pilot program in Pennsylvania.

Winston Churchill: Supply chain genius?
He probably wasn't thinking about warehouses when he urged strategists to "occasionally look at the results" of their plans. But The British Bulldog's advice nonetheless applies to supply chain management.

Kion reiterates growth forecast for 2018
Lift truck and supply chain services vendor continues push into digital technologies.

CSCMP launches Supply Chain Professionals Day
Annual event set for the third Monday in May, will include online photo campaign.

Logistics gives back
Here's our monthly roundup of some of the charitable works and donations by companies in the material handling and logistics space.

Study: Amazon's FBA Onsite program poses a threat to 3PLs
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Onsite may also help firm negotiate lower rates with parcel carriers, Armstrong & Associates says.

XPO launches shared-space model for retail distribution
"XPO Direct" opens firm's technology, trucks, and workforce for omnichannel and e-commerce operations.

MonarchFx partners with call center and telecommunications firm
PowerHouse Consulting will help alliance launch e-commerce fulfillment network in time for holiday peak, MonarchFx says.

Transportation-industry economist launches website
Truckstop.com's chief economist, Noël Perry, says Transport Futures site will offer insight and data for transport decision makers.


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