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The store of the future: interview with Chris Walton
Chris Walton believes that the in-store experience is key to brick and mortar's survival. But in order to succeed, stores will have to look very different than they do today.
C.H. Robinson launches innovation incubator
Robinson Labs combines logistics, technology, and data science expertise to develop personalized solutions to shippers' logistics challenges, company says.
Survey: Shipments to increase in 2020, but supply chain challenges persist
2020 State of the North American Supply Chain survey reveals "shaky" end to a decade as tariffs, capacity challenges continue to affect shippers.
Fortna acquires German logistics consulting firm to grow European footprint
Deal is first since Fortna itself was acquired by private equity firm THL in 2019.
Do you know a Rainmaker?
Nominations for annual leadership awards due March 15.
Tech companies join forces to help retailers modernize their supply chains
Salesforce, Publicis Sapient, IBM Services, project44, and Flooid collaborate to help solve returns, omnichannel, and logistics challenges—and ultimately improve the retail shopping experience.
Capgemini survey: millennial shoppers ready and willing for autonomous stores
Test cases in Norway and U.S. offer self-checkout aisles to extend store hours, source local vendors.
German logistics firm Korber gains foothold in Brazil
Acquisition of consulting firm Otimis meets demand for global supply chain service providers, firm says.
Businesses wary of Amazon expansion, tight labor market in 2020
Shippers could see rising costs from parcel carriers, human resources investments, experts say.
No, a robot will not take your job (but it might change it)
Despite what we've all heard, a new survey shows that most American workers do not feel threatened by the prospect of workplace automation. In fact, nearly three-quarters say they would welcome the assistance.

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