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Coming together for road safety: interview with Joshua Girard
A private-sector group called "Together for Safer Roads" wants to keep global roads accident-free. Joshua Girard of AB InBev explains how the corporate world is pitching in to do this.
10 situations where automation makes sense
Whether it's saving space, boosting productivity, or slashing processing costs, the benefits of automation can make it a logical move. Here are some signs that your operation is ripe for automation.
Shhh, you're in a warehouse
Redesigned truck backup alarm eliminates those annoying beeps.
Curse of the Internet: E-commerce creates new challenges for customs
Agencies are struggling to process a surging tide of time-sensitive e-commerce shipments while keeping tabs on security and regulatory compliance.
CP issues safety tips for hikers
"RailSense" safety campaign aims to cut down on collisions.
The changing face of cargo theft: interview with Scott Cornell
Cargo theft and protection is a cat-and-mouse game over some valuable cheese, according to Scott Cornell of Travelers Insurance.
There's a new (high-tech) sheriff in town
Warehouses turn to drones and sensors to beef up security in their yards.
National Forklift Safety Day 2018 fulfills its educational mission
Washington event featured speakers from government, industry, and a safety advocacy group; attendees also met with legislators to discuss safety and trade.
Safety first
Promoting forklift safety is a year-round responsibility.
Industrial Truck Association announces updated speakers, agenda for National Forklift Safety Day 2018
On June 12, forklift manufacturers will once again head to Washington to inform legislators and policymakers about the importance of forklift safety and proper operator training. Here's the latest on what they have planned for this fifth annual event.

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