When it comes to transportation technology’s efforts to realize the promise of unmanned vehicles and alternative fuel sources, we’re in a phase comparable to early efforts to lay a trans-Atlantic telegraph cable. Stuff just keeps going wrong.
The latest carrier survey by Transporeon reveals some surprising trends in pricing — ones that the carriers themselves didn't entirely anticipate, notes director of business development Patrick Pretorius.
True driverless cars have arrived from Waymo, the self-driving unit of Alphabet Inc., but the company’s chief executive officer says robot ride hailing may not be the first form of automotive autonomy to take off commercially.
Job rates are falling across North America after two years of increases, and spot demand — which excludes long-term freight contracts — plummeted 27% through October. Most drivers aren’t expecting business to improve over the next six months.
Just what is supply chain "digitization" anyway? And how far along are companies in adapting to it? Two PITT OHIO executives - CFO and CIO Scott Sullivan, and CMO and EVP Geoff Muessig, engage in a lively discussion about the promise and reality of the digital supply chain. A SupplyChainBrain Power Lunch Roundtable presentation.