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Inttra unveils new cloud-based applications for container forecasting and shipment planning
Company says its new Inttra C-FAST forecasting product reduces the manual effort of matching anticipated container volumes with carriers' capacity.
Reshuffled ocean carrier alliances have been good for industry—so far, carrier executives contend
New carrier groupings and industry consolidation not detrimental to shippers, but problems remain, according to speakers at Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT) conference.
U.S. Customs plans to update CTPAT best practices, minimum-security requirements, and compliance certification
Director of cargo security program outlines current and planned updates at Coalition of New England Companies for Trade annual cargo symposium.
Mexican approach to NAFTA renegotiation offers lessons for U.S., observers say
Unlike here, Mexico's public-private collaboration ensures government and industry are on same page in negotiating positions and priorities, say Mexican trade experts at CONECT conference.
U.S. Customs will devote more attention and resources to technology and e-commerce in 2018, agency's acting head says
Kevin K. McAleenan outlined priorities for the coming year at CONECT conference.
Acting CBP Commissioner McAleenan to discuss port staffing, trade facilitation vs. enforcement at CONECT cargo conference
Customs and Border Protection head will keynote Northeast Cargo Symposium Nov. 2; other sessions to cover NAFTA renegotiation, carrier alliances, blockchain technology, more.
Belgian national postal operator acquires Radial for $820 million
Bpost says deal will expand its e-commerce logistics capabilities for cross-border services in Europe and North America.
On the path to innovation
Government and private industry in Thailand are teaming up to create the right formula for spurring growth and innovation.
Thailand 4.0
It may be a mid-tier economy right now, but Thailand is aiming for the big leagues. To make that happen, it's embarking on an ambitious growth plan that includes $50 billion in infrastructure spending.
Who are the Rainmakers?
Each year, DC Velocity honors a select group of supply chain professionals who have helped move profession forward. We call them the Rainmakers. Read the interviews with this year's honorees.

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