India, believed by many to have the potential to become the next China, is finally making headway in the exports market as it broke into the top five suppliers of Christmas decorative items and t-shirts to the U.S.
Ideas about how to more efficiently “re-commerce” returned goods into the supply chain seemed the most fresh and fruitful
up for discussion on the first day of Home Delivery World in Philadelphia, Aug. 31.
Honda Motor Co. and South Korean battery maker LG Energy Solution Ltd. will spend $4.4 billion to build a new battery plant in the U.S. as the Japanese carmaker seeks to phase out fossil-fuel vehicles completely by 2040.
The 55-year-old Swede was named chief executive officer of the Traton trucking unit after a management shakeup last year. He’s to steer a turnaround of the business after Europe’s biggest carmaker struggled for years to improve cooperation between its different commercial-vehicle brands.
The answer is yes: Customers are increasingly demonstrating a commitment to sustainable shipping, even if that means waiting a bit longer for their orders to arrive, says TJ Roberts. vice president of enterprise accounts with Sifted.
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