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Summer Barbecue Threat: U.K. Meat Packers and Beer Makers Are Facing a Carbon Dioxide Shortage

Summer Barbecue Threat: U.K. Meat Packers and Beer Makers Are Facing a Carbon Dioxide Shortage

World Cup barbecues may be under threat as beers, fizzy drinks and meat producers warn of potential shortages caused by a lack of CO2.[more]


Companies Spent a Record $1.5Tr on Shipping Costs in 2017

U.S. businesses are spending more on transportation and warehousing as demand and prices for logistics services increase.[more]


As Tesla Races to Meet Model 3 Deadline, Factory Pressures and Suspicions Grow

Tesla chief Elon Musk said last week that the company’s layoffs of 9 percent of its workforce wouldn’t affect production as the all-electric automaker races to build thousands of new Model 3 sedans a week.[more]


This E-Commerce Start-Up Wants to Save Family Farms. Big Ag Is Fighting Back.

This Startup Wants to Save Family Farms. Big Ag Is Fighting Back.

Mark Gath’s farmhouse in Luverne, Minnesota, sits 30 miles down country roads from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. From that base in the heartland, Gath, a sturdy man in boots and a blue shirt, farms more than 10,000 acres of corn and soybeans with the help of his wife, Leah, and sons Dalton and...[more]


Dell Pilot Program Tracks Old Electronics to See Where They Actually End Up

Dell Pilot Program Tracks Old Electronics to See Where They Actually End Up

Dell is tracking where its products end up after they are collected — via the company’s U.S. consumer takeback program. [more]


Big-Name Retailers Make Pride Merchandise in Places That Aren’t L.G.B.T.-Friendly

The merchandise has never been more plentiful or easier to find. Tote bags that say “United” from H&M. T-shirts emblazoned with “I Am Proud” from Levi Strauss & Co. An inflatable, rainbow-colored whale from Target — a “Pride Narwhal.”[more]


These High-Tech Avocados Last Twice As Long Before Going Bad

The new avocados rolling out to Costco stores in the Midwest this week don't look like the future of fresh produce. But they're quietly testing technology that could more than double the shelf life of vegetables and fruits.[more]


Supply Chain Caught in Crossfire of U.S.-China Trade Conflict

Supply Chain Caught in Crossfire of U.S.-China Trade Conflict

The Trump administration’s China tariffs spared some finished goods like smartphones and washing machines, while charges on parts and components could drive up costs in the U.S. supply chain.[more]


UPS to Spend $130M on New Natural Gas Vehicles, Fueling Stations

Package delivery company UPS on Tuesday said it will invest $130m to buy 730 compressed natural gas vehicles and build five more domestic CNG fueling stations as the industry moves to shift from petroleum-burning vehicles to those that use less-polluting alternative fuels.[more]


U.S. Manufacturing Output Fell in May by the Most Since 2014

U.S. factory production fell in May by the most since January 2014, weighed down by fewer truck assemblies and still consistent with a steady outlook for manufacturing, new Federal Reserve data shows.[more]


Procurement Leaders Asia Pacific Procurement Congress 2018

8-9 November 2018 | The St Regis, Singapore[more]


Are you ready for yet another amazing cruise?

CoinsBank is proud to present the 3rd edition of the CoinsBank Blockchain Cruise that will be held from the 7th to 11th of September, 2018. The 4-day cruise out of Barcelona (Spain) and visiting Monaco (Monte Carlo) and Ibiza. Just like the 2018 Asia Cruise, the Mediterranean cruise will bring...[more]


Here's How Immigration Policy Impacts Your Avocados and Other Produce

Here's How Immigration Policy Impacts Your Avocados and Other Produce

An avocado farmer in Santa Barbara, Calif. is struggling to find laborers amid the Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration, according to CNN.[more]


Amazon's No Enemy. In Fact, It Needs Us, U.S. Xpress CEO Says.

Amazon's No Enemy. In Fact, It Needs Us, U.S. Xpress CEO Says.

A vague mention of Amazon.com Inc’s interest in any sector might be enough to send investors into a tizzy, but the top executive of U.S. Xpress Enterprises Inc. is unperturbed.[more]


Procurement Talent: How to Find It, Develop It — and Keep It

Employers are struggling to find procurement talent. Here’s how to stay one step ahead when building your team.[more]


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