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ShipBob raises $40 million for e-commerce fulfillment service
Firm plans to add same-day delivery in San Francisco, in addition to its current coverage in New York City, Chicago, and L.A.
Hub sells Mode Transport unit to focus efforts on core businesses
Asset-light 3PLs operations not aligned with centralized business model, Hub says.
A broker by any other name
Digitally focused startups believe there is much low-hanging fruit in traditional brokerage operations. But the fruit picking has taken an unexpected turn.
A well-articulated solution
Faced with a space crunch, Irish cold storage provider Molloy & Sherry moved to narrow-aisle storage and Aisle-Master articulated forklifts, with cool results.
Rock-It Cargo sells majority stake to investment firm
ATL Partners plans to "aggressively" pursue growth through investments and acquisitions, Rock-It says.
AFN opens downtown Chicago office
3PL to add 85 hires to current roll of 250 employees in 2018, firm says.
Driving in the pole position
Trucking in trouble? Authors of the latest "State of Logistics Report" beg to differ.
BNSF Logistics acquires regional 3PL Unlimited Freight
Move strengthens 3PL's service offering for flatbed movements across North America, BNSF Logistics says.
MonarchFx launches food and beverage fulfillment division
Service will combine online shopping with traditional grocery retail to meet rapid changes in sector, firm says.
Truckers sitting in sweet spot as decade winds down, State of Logistics Report says
Truckers seen taking share from rails as technologies drive down costs, improve service, annual report says; transport, inventory costs climbed well above inflation in '17, it adds.

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