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Paul Page Jul 22
Today’s Logistics Report: Standoff Over Tankers; Resetting Drug Distribution; Retail’s Space Dilemma via
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Jennifer Smith Jul 22
In­sur­ance pre­mi­ums on trips to the Per­sian Gulf have al­ready jumped to as much as 4% of the value of the cargo in re­cent weeks, up from a typ­i­cal 1%. Haz­ard pay de­mands from cap­tains and crew are pil­ing up as well.
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WSJ Logistics Report Jul 22
Standoff Over Tankers; Resetting Drug Distribution; Retail’s Space Dilemma: Today’s Top Supply Chain & Logistics News via
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Raising Railroad Efficiency; Bulking Up Rates; Amazon’s Merchant Deal: Today’s Top Supply Chain & Logistics News from WSJ: via
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Today’s Logistics Report: Raising Railroad Efficiency; Bulking Up Rates; Amazon’s Merchant Deal via
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Today’s Logistics Report: Raising Railroad Efficiency; Bulking Up Rates; Amazon’s Merchant Deal via
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Today’s Logistics Report: Raising Railroad Efficiency; Bulking Up Rates; Amazon’s Merchant Deal: Top Supply Chain & Logistics News from WSJ via
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Costas Paris Jul 15
Amazon uses its annual Prime Day event to sign up Prime members, adding a revenue stream that others don’t have
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Heather Haddon Jul 15
Not in the US, but elsewhere: Companies that make Crocs, Yeti beer coolers, Roomba vacuums and GoPro cameras are producing goods outside China to avoid U.S. tariffs of up to 25%. via
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WSJ Logistics Report Jul 16
Freight volumes shrink in most categories as railroads confront trade tensions and cooling global economy via
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Prologis has agreed to buy real-estate investment trust and warehouse owner Industrial Property Trust in a deal valued at $3.99 billion including debt via
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Jennifer Smith Jul 15
Fur­ni­ture-maker Lovesac Co. is mak­ing about 60% of its fur­ni­ture in China, down from 75% at the start of the year. “We have been shift­ing pro­duc­tion to Viet­nam very ag­gres­sively.”
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Jennifer Smith Jul 15
Unilever is creating digital twins of its plants in the cloud, boosting its monitoring of machines and production: “We’ve got it in [plants that make] mayonnaise, soap, shampoos and conditioners, laundry detergents." via
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Jennifer Smith Jul 15
Ultramodern Arkansas “smart” facility is millions of dollars a year cheaper to operate than traditional steel mills, CEO says via
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Heather Haddon Jul 15
As scrutiny of food-delivery companies grow, Grubhub, Uber, DoorDash promise better tech to restaurants via
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Today’s Logistics Report: Shifting Supply Chains; U.S. Factory Hurdles; Escorts for Tankers via
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Unilever is creating digital twins of its plants in the cloud, boosting its monitoring of machines and production via
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