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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.
DHL expands Connecticut service center operations
$4 million investment adds 16,000 square feet of warehouse space and high-tech processing equipment, the company says.
Booming economy drives U.S. business logistics costs up 11.4 percent
While shippers struggled to keep pace with tight capacity and rising rates in 2018, many of those pressures are starting to ease, says 30th annual State of Logistics Report.
Parcel carriers evolve as e-commerce explodes
With e-commerce-generated package volumes soaring, there is growth opportunity across the board for parcel carriers small and large. But success in this fast-moving market won't come easy.
FedEx expands ground delivery to 7 days per week
Service begins in 2020 to meet e-commerce demand, match "Amazon effect."
UPS 'supersizes' Kentucky package hub
UPS triples the size of its Louisville Centennial operations, nearly doubling sorting capacity and speeding same-day delivery capabilities.
Postal woes continue as USPS racks up $2.1 billion loss in second quarter
Service continues to struggle with migration of mail to electronic alternatives, while parcel volumes rise.
DHL Express moves Tulsa operations to larger facility
Location is nearly twice the size of logistics provider's previous facility and will build on international trade growth, company says.
Survey finds trade, tariffs still top business concern
Small and mid-sized businesses are expanding their international reach to offset impact of China tariffs, DHL Express report shows.
Zipline expands flying medical drone program to Ghana
After launching in Rwanda, service will add four healthcare DCs with 30 airborne parcel drones apiece.

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