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Logistics economy expands in November
Slow pace of growth continues; industry professionals report positive outlook for 2020.
3 Logistics trends to watch in 2020
The growth of networks, data-as-a-service, and heightend use of analytics/AI will shape the logistics landscape in the New Year, tech exec says.
Shoppers blend online and in-store spending due to short holiday season, NRF says
With consumers in rush to buy, Black Friday eclipses Cyber Monday by number of online shoppers for first time, survey shows.
Maritime freight operating costs rose again in 2019, Drewry finds
Trend marks third consecutive year of rising costs for ship-owners, due to rate hikes for insurance, decarbonized fuel.
Cyber Monday continues to eclipse Black Friday, researchers say
A later holiday shopping season and growing interest in online deals have shippers and logistics firms preparing for a busier-than-ever Cyber Monday.
Leaving China to avoid tariffs? Look before you leap
The costs and complexity of shifting sourcing to another country can potentially outweigh any tariff savings, said speakers at a recent trade and transportation conference.
An appetite for challenges: interview with Craig Weiss
Craig Weiss of Conagra Brands was drawn to logistics by the promise of lots of problems to solve. It's safe to say he hasn't been disappointed.
Lineage Logistics acquires Emergent Cold
Deal expands cold chain logistics firm's U.S. port network and increases its international footprint with new markets in Asia-Pacific.
International trade community struggles to deal with tariff revisions
Keeping up with quickly fluctuating tariffs and trade policies requires good communication and the ability to act on short notice, according to speakers at the 2019 Northeast Cargo Symposium.
Doing good, and getting great results
Adaptive technologies are helping visually impaired employees at a Pennsylvania warehouse thrive. But the employer says it's the one reaping the rewards.

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