It’s been one of those mornings,
one of those weeks, in one of those years.
With no time to spare, here is the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week:
- Uber Sells Stake in Freight Unit to Private Investors (WSJ – sub. req’d)
- Now IMO is hit by cyber-attack, as CMA CGM says it suspects a data breach (The Loadstar)
- Amazon says more than 19,000 workers got Covid-19 (CNBC)
- Demand for Big-Box Warehouses Soars Under E-Commerce Surge, Report Says (WSJ – sub. req’d)
- Target, Ralph Lauren Among 3,500 Firms Suing for Trump Tariff Refunds (Sourcing Journal)
- ShipBob Raises $68 Million in Series D Funding from SoftBank Vision Fund 2 to Expand its Global Ecommerce Fulfillment Solution
- ClearMetal to Provide Integrated Global Ocean Tracking for SAP Logistics Business Network
- PayCargo raises $35M from Insight for its cloud-based platform targeting the freight industry (TechCrunch)
- New Hours of Service Rules Take Effect Sept. 29 (HDT)
I’m out of time this morning, so I’ll share my commentary next week.
Have a happy weekend!
Song of the Week: “3AM” by Matchbox Twenty