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in the NewsPort of Los Angeles and GE enhance “digitization” of supply chain Epson partners with Loftware DHL opens second Dallas-area facility CSX CEO Harrison won’t back down when it comes to addressing service issues and operational plans Randstad Report: 76% of U.S. workers do not fear automation More News
Several logistics providers and freight transportation companies were recently recognized as some of America's most admired companies by Fortune magazine. Selections for the annual list were based on a company's innovation, employee talent, and quality of products and services. FedEx ranked 13th and UPS ranked 33rd in the top 50 companies for brand recognition, with C.H. Robinson Worldwide leading the trucking, transportation, and logistics category, followed by Expeditors International of Washington, J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Ryder System, Landstar, Con-way, and Werner Enterprises.
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