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Users ask for better communication from warehouse robotics vendors
Retailers and manufacturers need automation to help with labor shortages, but vendors tend to overpromise and underperform, MHI panelists say.
Nearly half of U.S. commercial trucks powered by newest-generation diesel technology
Adoption of near-zero-emissions diesel engines is yielding clean air and fuel efficiency benefits, with even greater "green" gains ahead, association research shows.
Be present
There's no doubt that today's digital tools have enhanced our capabilities to do business. But they haven't replaced the value of being there.
Logistics sector growth holds steady in September
Industry growth continues its slow pace, but activity is down considerably from a year ago, according to latest Logistics Manager's Index.
The master supply chain builder: interview with Kathy Wengel
Recently honored with CSCMP's prestigious Distinguished Service Award, Kathy Wengel—Johnson & Johnson's top supply chain executive—has dedicated her career to building diverse teams that create world-class supply chains.
Women in Trucking prepares for change at the top
Wreaths Across America executive Sparks will "eventually" replace WIT founder Voie, group says.
Supply chain leaders need to retrain their brains to innovate
CSCMP EDGE keynote speaker Jeremy Gutsche urges conference attendees to understand why they are resistant to change and adopt exercises that will help them become more open to new ideas.
Logistics sector growth slows in August
Business activity remains strong, though researchers point to slowing freight markets as transportation prices continue to fall.
Industry leaders fed up with tit-for-tat trade war
Trade groups welcome October trade talks, stand firm on pleas to roll back tariffs.
ATRI: truck drivers face rising tide of detention at warehouses
Solutions could include updating technology, managing tighter schedules, offering extended hours, group says.

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