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Battery-powered vehicles see rise in commercial adoption rates, report says
Early adopters include municipal buses, refuse trucks, light-duty service vehicles, and terminal tractors, ABI says.
Maritime sulfur cap could crimp container port volumes
IMO 2020 emissions cap to have unknown impact on container lines, international shippers, Drewry says.
Kuehne + Nagel pledges less-than-container-load shipments to be carbon-neutral by 2020
Move comes alongside renewable energy and reforestation programs from logistics giants IKEA, Amazon.
Solving the final 50 feet: interview with Barbara Ivanov
For businesses that make city deliveries, the challenge isn't so much the last mile as the last 50 feet, starting with the battle for parking space. Barbara Ivanov and her team at the Urban Freight Lab are looking for ways to ease the pain.
NFI deploys Daimler Class 8 electric truck in California drayage yard
Program will test design of electric trucks and share information about their adoption.
Truckers at Port of Oakland expand trials of electric vehicles
Battery-powered truck vendor BYD North America to deliver two class-eight tractors by October.
Collaborative efforts cut emissions, improve air quality at Port of L.A.
The Port of Los Angeles recognized 28 shipping lines for their efforts to help improve air quality at the port by participating in its Vessel Speed Reduction Program, officials said.
Rock on, Richard
The logistics and supply chain profession is a community of very special folks, none more so than my late friend from Minnesota.
Logistics executive Richard Murphy dies at 67
Fourth-generation CEO of Murphy LogisticsĀ Solutions leaves legacy of business, conservation, and rock n' roll.
Electric nation
Penske opens truck battery-charging stations in California.

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