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Study finds disconnect in B2B buyer-seller relationship
B2B buyers are growing increasingly frustrated as sellers miss the mark when it comes to blending digital goals with the customer experience.
Report: Consumers prefer to shop locally
Survey finds that most consumers would bypass Amazon for local retailers if they could get same-day delivery—even if they had to pay for it.
Dutch firm Ravas acquires weighing system vendor LTS Scale
Buying Ohio maker of forklift scales intended to further Ravas' international expansion plans, firm says.
Time for a trade-in on your mobile devices?
Distribution centers across the country are on the verge of replacing their fleets of mobile computers, as Microsoft backs out of the market. But experts say there's more to a refresh cycle than just swapping one brand of handheld for another.
BluJay launches "Freight Market Index"
Software vendor will sell monthly report based on TMS data.
Target Freight Management acquires National Traffic Service Inc.
Deal expands transportation management company's customer base and adds 7th office to TFM's national footprint.
MIT engineers develop flexible robot
Designed to grow like a plant, the flexible yet sturdy robot can move through tight spaces and lift heavy loads, expanding the role of robotics in industrial settings, researchers say.
Amazon to build robotics innovation hub in Massachusetts
$40 million investment joins Amazon's existing Mass. robotics facility to form the company's "epicenter of robotics innovation," firm says.
Wolter Group acquires Bohnert Equipment Co.
Distributor expands with acquisition of Kentucky-based material handling equipment solutions provider.
Post Office predicts lower holiday peak package volume than last year
Annual surge to generate a projected 800 million packages between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day, compared to 900 million in 2018, USPS says.

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