Retail stores are increasingly adopting a hybrid model, whereby they accommodate both in-store shoppers and the fulfillment of e-commerce orders, according to John Morris, retail and industrial & logistics leader, and Melina Cordero, managing director for retail capital markets, with CBRE.
U.S. Department of Agriculture rules on the labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in food are being extended to include smaller producers and sellers. The deadline for compliance is the end of this year, but some companies have yet to make the effort to determine whether they’re affected.
UPL, a global provider of sustainable agriculture products and solutions, has announced a strategic collaboration with TeleSense, a California-based IoT solutions provider for post-harvest grain storage and transport.
Carrier Transicold, a specialist in refrigerated container solutions, recently announced enhancements to its TripLINK platform that will allow it to integrate with vessel-based wireless networks for improved shipboard cargo visibility.
Mary Long, director of the Supply Chain Forum at the University of Tennessee, reports on the types of shortages that grocery stores were experiencing in late 2020 and into 2021, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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