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A Robot Can Be a Warehouse Worker's Best Friend

In the battle of humans versus machine on the warehouse floor, some companies have found common ground. »

Boeing Copies Flying Geese to Save Fuel

Boeing Copies Flying Geese to Save Fuel

Boeing Co. and NASA have found an inexpensive way to cut airline fuel bills by borrowing a trick from the world's greatest long-distance aviators: migratory birds. »

New Zealand Farm Cuts Water and Energy Consumption With IoT

New Zealand agriculture technology company WaterForce is providing an Internet of Things-based water-management and irrigation system for New Zealand farms using sensor technology and software from Schneider Electric, built on a Microsoft Azure and Azure IoT technology platform. The technology,... »

Smuggling Supply Chain: The Middlemen Who Trade ISIS Loot

Smuggling Supply Chain: The Middlemen Who Trade ISIS Loot

A stream of plundered antiquities flowing out of Syria and Iraq to Western art collectors is dependent on men like Muhammad hajj Al-Hassan. »

Grocery Stores Are Adapting to More Male Shoppers

Grocery Stores Are Adapting to More Male Shoppers

More men are heading to the supermarket these days. That's according to a new survey by Men's Health, which found that 84 percent of men are now the primary grocery shoppers in their households - marking a 19 percent increase from a decade ago. »

Digital Transformation, IoT Will Drive Investment in IT Management Tools Through 2020, Study Says

The growth of digital business and the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to drive large investment in IT operations management (ITOM) through 2020, according to Gartner, Inc. A primary driver for organizations moving to ITOM open-source software (OSS) is lower cost of ownership. »

How Fourth-Gen Schweid & Sons Built a $250M Business on Burgers

Few family businesses last three generations, let alone four. Jamie Schweid, the fourth-generation CEO of Schweid & Sons, a Carlstadt, N.J., purveyor of hamburger meat, is one of the outliers. »

How Arysta LifeScience Got Control of Its Spiraling Logistics Costs

The agrochemical giant was challenged by rapid growth, high service demands and the complexities of moving hazardous materials around the globe. Logistics outsourcing proved to be the answer. »

A Five-Way Partnership Develops a New Way to Track High-Value Shipments

Honeywell and Intel join in developing the technology for a new visibility and reporting platform that promises to provide close, real-time monitoring of goods in transit, aided by DHL, Kuehne & Nagel and Expeditors. »

Metal Fabricator Has Moved Into Role of OEM

New owners wanted to move provider of laser cutting services into the world of original equipment manufacturing. With the help a global marketplace, Riverside Industries LLC has been able to do just that. »

Fitness Equipment Maker Gets Its Supply Chain in Shape

The manufacturer of such name brands as NordicTrack and Pro-Form found that home delivery of its product line was too flabby. A more robust last-mile provider toned things up. »

When Growth Mandates Change: Blue Diamond Reevaluates Its Supply Chain

The growers' cooperative, a dominant processor and marketer of almonds and related products, seeks to reconfigure its forward distribution network, to reflect current and future demand from retailers. »

Tech Data Bolsters Suppliers Through a Working-Capital Marketplace

The big distributor of technology products extends an existing relationship with C2FO to Europe, where many suppliers are strapped for cash and open to early-payment arrangements via a collaborative platform. »

When a Small Company Needs Help in Hauling Big Equipment

Ameri-Green Automotive LLC buys and refurbishes all manner of used trucks and trailers at its facility in Georgia. It needed a skilled, reliable 3PL to arrange for movement of the equipment from locations throughout the U.S. »

TV Home-Shopping Retailer Benefits From EDI Managed Service

As U.K.-based television home shopping company experienced explosive growth, it needed to consolidate all electronic data interchange operations onto one platform and integrate with its back office. »

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