Learning and keeping a pulse on what’s happening in the industry is more important than ever. I’ll be participating in three upcoming webcasts focused on emerging supply chain and logistics trends and technologies:
- “Control Tower Capabilities: How to Separate the Truth from the Hype,” E2open Webcast, October 27, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET
- “The Impact Of Digital Yard Management on Enterprise Transportation Costs and Capacity,” PINC Webcast, October 28, 2020 at 3:00 pm ET
- “Become a One-Stop Shop: How to Scale Up Your Value-Added Services,” Nulogy Webcast, November 5, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET
Register today and join the conversation!
If you’re interested in having me speak at an upcoming virtual conference, webcast, or private customer meeting, please visit our Speaking page and contact me.
Now, here’s the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week:
- Holiday Crunch Starts Early With More Packages Than Means to Deliver Them (WSJ – sub. req’d)
- After Amazon Split, FedEx Chases Bigger Cut Of Online’s Booming Returns Business (Forbes)
- Inside Amazon’s quest to use less cardboard (Fast Company)
- Covid-19 Vaccines to Be Stored Secretly Under Tight Security (WSJ – sub. req’d)
- CLX Logistics Expands Long-Term Partnership With BluJay Solutions
- Manhattan Associates Breathes New Life Into Apparel and Footwear Inventory Allocation With Industry’s First Omnichannel-Centric Solution
- Manhattan Associates Reports Third Quarter 2020 Results
- UPS SCS Digitizes Engagement And Visibility With Customers
- Albertsons Cos. to test online grocery pickup lockers (Supermarket News)
- Sam’s Club Deploying Autonomous Robots (Progressive Grocer)
- ATA Truck Tonnage Index Jumped 6.7% in September
- U.S. International Air Cargo Fell 6% in August 2020 from August 2019 while U.S.-Asia Cargo Rose 11% (Preliminary)
Since I’m running short on time this morning, I’ll share my comments in future posts.
Have a happy weekend!
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