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Small retailers try to put their personal stamp on Amazon's "Prime Day"
Now in its fifth year, impact of summer shopping peak sends ripples felt by competitors and carriers outside e-commerce giant's own network.
Shake, rattle and roll
What would happen to our logistics infrastructure if a major earthquake struck where people don't expect it? FEMA aims to find out.
Tropical Storm Barry menaces Gulf Coast with threat of heavy rain
Port of New Orleans to close container and breakbulk terminals by noon on Friday.
Retailers should boost services to avoid "being Amazon-ed," Tecsys says
Software firm says 2018 acquisition of OrderDynamics enables inventory visibility.
Johnson & Johnson supply chain executive to receive CSCMP's Distinguished Service Award
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) will recognize Kathy Wengel for her contributions to the field at the annual EDGE Conference in September.
Economic uncertainty roils maritime container shipping, report says
Drewry downgrades growth forecast for 2019 global port throughput from 3.9 percent to 3.0 percent.
Study: Firms sharpen their focus on global supply chains
Mid-year update calls for heightened focus on global supply chain strategies, trade issues, and data analytics among transportation and manufacturing firms, company says.
Report: cargo theft rates jump over July 4th holiday
Thieves target shipments that are left unattended over holiday break, Sensitech says.
The Rainmakers
For our 2019 Rainmakers, success isn't about fame and fortune. It's about making a contribution to the logistics field and advancing the profession. Each day, we'll reveal another one of this year's eight Rainmakers.
Industry marks June 28 as National Logistics Day
Logistics Plus hosts commemorative events at Pennsylvania headquarters.

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