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Navis to acquire Biarri Rail
Supply chain technology provider adds inland/intermodal solutions with purchase freight railroad solutions provider.
Marc Althen of Penske Logistics
In our continuing series of discussions with top supply-chain company executives, Marc Althen discusses discusses Penske's role as a third-party logistics service provider and the market outlook for 2020.
Back in business (and better than ever)
After being derailed by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, manufacturer Pepperl+Fuchs' newly automated DC is now up and running—speeding customer deliveries and streamlining the manufacturer's North American supply channel.
JDA Software rebrands as Blue Yonder
Supply chain software vendor adopts name of artificial intelligence firm it acquired in 2018.
Is blockchain perfect for the supply chain?
At first blush, it seems like blockchain's distributed ledger technology could be the perfect solution to many of the supply chain's problems. But before companies can reap the benefits of this exciting new technology, they must think carefully about where to apply it and how to overcome a few key stumbling blocks.
Knapp expands Atlanta headquarters to handle growth in grocery, retail, healthcare, and e-commerce
Warehouse automation provider says market driven by labor shortage, emerging technologies.
Drive XPO app tops 100,000 users, company says
Demand for visibility, connectivity drives truckers' interest in mobile app.
Staying cool under pressure
With the cold chain market set to explode, temperature-controlled fleets are looking to sophisticated new technologies that provide precision monitoring of perishable cargo.
Ryder expands peer-to-peer truck-sharing network to Texas
Asset-sharing platform for commercial vehicles had launched in Georgia in 2018, expanded to Florida in 2019.
Roambee raises $15.2 million in funding round
Logistics technology firm to expand and accelerate deployment of on-demand shipment and asset monitoring solutions.

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