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Infrastructure Funding Dilemma: Will the FAST Act Ever Get Out of First Gear?

Infrastructure Funding Dilemma: Will the FAST Act Ever Get Out of First Gear?

Another ambitious program for fixing and expanding the nation's transportation infrastructure. With no clear way how to pay for it. Déjà vu strikes again. »


UPS Tests Drone Deliveries, Eyes Future Price Changes

UPS Tests Drone Deliveries, Eyes Future Price Changes

Package delivery company United Parcel Service Inc says it will consider raising prices across the board in coming years to offset pressure on margins, particularly from the rising costs of delivering packages to e-commerce customers. »


Travel Ban Won't Hit the U.S. Economy This Year, Economists Say

The U.S. economy should be able to weather President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban, economists say, though any broadening of immigration and visa restrictions could hurt the labor force and productivity. »


New Carrier to Launch Trans-Pacific Service in April

Seoul-based SM Shipping says it will launch its first service string connecting Asia and the U.S. West Coast on April 21. »


Wal-Mart's Online Sales Jump as It Competes Against Amazon

Wal-Mart's Online Sales Jump as It Competes Against Amazon

The nation's largest retailer keeps working to make headway against the largest online seller. »


Air Cargo Group Woos Millennials With 'Industry Immersion' Program

Millennials aren't flocking to the logistics business, prompting The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) to back a program of visits aimed at improving collaboration across the air cargo supply chain. »


Shell Takes Small Step to Fuel Toyota's Giant Hydrogen Leap

Royal Dutch Shell Plc. will build seven fueling stations for hydrogen cars in California through a partnership with Toyota Motor Corp., laying down their latest bet on the demise of the internal-combustion engine. »


How Can We Save American Manufacturing?

How Can We Save American Manufacturing?

American manufacturing is in need of a reboot. »


A Supply Network for the Amazon Age

The biggest companies by market capitalization 15 years ago were deeply rooted in the physical world. No. 3 Exxon sold you the gasoline to drive to no. 5 Walmart back in 2001. Even Microsoft, the no. 2 company, dealt largely in the OS and software for your notebook or desktop PC. »


Construction Contractors to Map Supply Chains for Modern Slavery

Several large construction contractors are collaborating to map their supply chains for modern slavery. »


Sphera Releases Tool to Ensure Compliance With E.U. Chemical Regulations

Regulatory demands from the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) will increase in complexity in 2018 with the forthcoming European Substance Volume Tracking (SVT) regulations, and EHS software provider Sphera has released an enhanced version of its Intelligent Authoring software that the company says... »


Former Amazon Executive Shares Plan for Developing an IoT Strategy

Former Amazon Executive Shares Plan for Developing an IoT Strategy

The internet of things (IoT) may present the biggest opportunity to enterprises since the dawn of the internet age, and perhaps it will be bigger. Research firm Gartner predicts there will be nearly 20 billion devices on the IoT by 2020, and IoT product and service suppliers will generate more than... »


Researchers Testing RFID for Saving Endangered Plants

Researchers at the University of Kent are teaming up with the South African National Biodiversity Institute to raise funding that will enable the launch of a radio frequency identification-based solution to protect rare and endangered plants from poaching. »


Ransomware Attacks on the Rise: How to Protect Your Company

Ransomware Attacks on the Rise: How to Protect Your Company

Almost every day, it seems, there's news of another ransomware attack on a prominent organization. In fact, according to one study, almost 40 percent of all businesses experienced an attack from the summer of 2015 to the summer of 2016. To protect our companies against ransomware and its... »


E.U. Shipping Emissions Vote Met With Industry Disapproval

E.U. Shipping Emissions Vote Met With Industry Disapproval

By majority vote, the Members of the European Parliament have agreed to include shipping in the European Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) Directive as of 2023, unless there is a comparable system agreed under the auspices of the IMO by the end of 2021. »


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