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Wednesday, May 01, 2013
The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) reported today that manufacturing activity for April remained in growth territory despite a relatively minimal gain in its core index, known as the PMI.
BNSF CEO Matt Rose discusses myriad facets of supply chain in a wide-ranging keynote at last week's NASSTRAC Annual Conference.
Non asset-based third-party logistics services provider Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. (RRTS) continues to stay true to its theory of growth by acquisition, saying yesterday it has brought two new companies into the fold: Adrian Carriers, a Milan, Illinois-based logistics service provider focusing on container management and intermodal, and Wando Trucking, a Charleston, South Carolina-based provider of intermodal services and related services in the Southeast.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
In its spring 2013 Semiannual Economic Forecast, the Institute for Supply Management said its spring 2013 Semiannual Report is calling for economic growth for the rest of the year in the manufacturing and non-manufacturing sectors.
Supply chain and logistics software and technology provider JDA Software Group Inc, recently announced it has released JDA eight, a Cloud-based offering that meshes more than 30 products on a single platform and unifies supply chain planning, optimization, and business analytics.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Four out of five executives surveyed say nearshoring will be an important decision in coming year.
LM Group News Editor interview James Welch, CEO of YRC Worldwide, about the LTL market, the company’s recently approved change of operations for YRC Freight, its national LTL entity, regional LTL, and YRCW’s plans to continue improving its bottom line, among other topics.
Posted on 04/29 at 01:03 PM
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A report in the Washington Post published yesterday stated that Charlotte, N.C. Mayor Anthony Foxx will be nominated by President Barack Obama to replace outgoing United States Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Ray LaHood.
Posted on 04/29 at 10:12 AM
On top of announcements heralding its first quarter earnings and its brokered deal with union membership last week, transportation and parcel bellwether UPS made inroads on other fronts, too, including its planned acquisition of CEMELOG, Zrt., a pharmaceutical logistics company based in Hungary, and rolling out its plan to purchase roughly 700 liquefied natural gas (LNG) vehicles and build four refueling stations by the end of next year.
Posted on 04/29 at 09:31 AM