This Week in Logistics News (March 18-22, 2019)

I arrived at Penn Station in Newark, NJ yesterday for a client meeting. My initial thought was to grab an Uber to my hotel, but since there were already a line of taxis parked outside, I decided to hop in one.

After telling the driver where I was heading, he told me, “It’s cash only, no credit card.”

“None of these cabs take credit card?” I asked him. “None,” he said.

I hopped out of the cab, and again I thought about requesting an Uber, but then I decided to do something crazy, almost unheard of these days: I walked. In the light rain. One mile to the hotel.

Sometimes, the best way to get from here to there is to use your own legs. No cash or credit card required.

I’m heading back home this morning, but before I walk back to the train station, here’s the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week:

Since I’m on borrowed time this morning, I’ll provide my commentary next week.

Have a happy weekend!

Song of the Week: “Move to Work” by Fine Young Cannibals

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