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Big-Rig Orders Post Another Monthly Increase on Improving Freight Market

Trucking companies accelerated big-rig orders for the fourth consecutive month, bolstered by strong manufacturing activity and an improving freight market. »


Amazon Ordered to Pay Nearly $300M in Back Taxes

Amazon.com must pay nearly $300m in back taxes to Luxembourg, European authorities say after concluding that the tech giant had benefited from an illegal tax arrangement dating to 2003. »


Fiat Chrysler Recalls 700,000 Vehicles Over Improperly Installed Brake Shields

Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 710,000 Jeep and Dodge SUVs in North America because an improperly installed brake shield could let water leak in and limit braking ability. »


U.K. Accused of Failing to Press Home Anti-Slavery Law

U.K. Accused of Failing to Press Home Anti-Slavery Law

The government must start enforcing new legislation requiring companies to disclose slavery and trafficking risks in their supply chains, say anti-slavery campaigners. »


Opinion: Machine Learning in the Digital Supply Chain Isn't New

Opinion: Machine Learning in the Digital Supply Chain Isn't New

Machine learning has become hot this year and suppliers are investing research and development into using machine learning in the supply chain. »


Eco-Labeled Foods Face High Fraud Risk, Research Shows

Organic and eco-labeled food products face high risk of food fraud because they command a higher price, and the growing market for sustainable and premium foods increases the risk, according to market research group Ecovia Intelligence. »


Food Security Qatar

The Food Security Qatar forum is taking place from 3-4 December in Doha to address the need for food supplies and look at durable solutions to achieve food security in the country. These include investments and policies to encourage the local food industry, assessing foreign food and material... »


Why It's Important to Become Your Carrier's 'Preferred Shipper'

Why It's Important to Become Your Carrier's 'Preferred Shipper'

If you thought the act of purchasing transportation was as simple as paying a carrier to haul your freight - well, think again. »


The 'Smartphone Effect' Is Weakening, Economists Say

The 'Smartphone Effect' Is Weakening, Economists Say

The rush to upgrade smartphones may be ebbing, prompting economists to dial back the outlook for Asian exporters. »


Google and Rolls-Royce Are Partnering on Autonomous Ships

Rolls-Royce has signed a deal with Google to develop Rolls-Royce's intelligent awareness software, which is already in use on ships today and will play a central role in the company's drive towards autonomous vessels. »


Euro Factories Add Jobs in Struggle to Keep Up With Orders

Euro-area factories are scrambling to add staff as burgeoning orders stretch capacity. »


This Blockchain Startup Ties Coffee to Crypto

This Blockchain Startup Ties Coffee to Crypto

If you dropped by Starbucks for a free cup of coffee on National Coffee Day, you would instead have been greeted by signs about the company's supply chain, ethical sourcing commitments, and support for coffee farmers. »


Here Are the Top 5 Perishables With the Fastest-Growing Demand for Air Cargo

During the current period of robust demand for air cargo services, some of the hottest commodities sold have come in the form of perishable goods. The exotic nature of some foods, plus a critically short shelf life, has made them the darlings of the airfreight world. »


End of EU Sugar Quota Could Cut Prices Across Supply Chain

The EU's scrapping of long-held quotas on sugar could create a new era of lower prices, with implications reaching the whole the sugar supply chain. »


Leverage Data and Analytics to Increase Competitive Edge Procurement Leaders Data, Intelligence & TechX Forum 2017

Dates: 28-29 November 2017 (pre-forum executive briefing 27 November. Venue: The Crystal, London »


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