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Instant Delivery Technology Unleashed: Ben James Reveals Game-Changing Logistics on ‘Are We There Yet?’

Instant Delivery Technology

In an era where instant delivery technology has become the norm, the race to further accelerate the pace of receiving goods is on. The concept of getting products almost immediately after ordering is no longer a fantasy but a potential reality, thanks to groundbreaking advancements in logistics technology. With consumers and businesses alike craving […]

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Instant Delivery Technology Unleashed: Ben James Reveals Game-Changing Logistics on ‘Are We There Yet?’

In an era where instant delivery technology has become the norm, the race to further accelerate the pace of receiving goods is on. The concept of getting products almost immediately after ordering is no longer a fantasy but a potential reality, thanks to groundbreaking advancements in logistics technology. With consumers and businesses alike craving […]

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UAW’s Strike and Tentative Deal Pose an “Existential Struggle” For the Auto Industry

Amidst the current labor disputes in the automotive industry, how can unions like the United Auto Workers balance their demands with the automakers’ need to stay competitive in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle market?  In a landmark labor movement, the United Auto Workers (UAW) secured a significant contract victory with General Motors after a […]

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Doubling Down on Inland Waterways: Gigantic Barges Are Anchoring America’s Supply Chain Resilience

To alleviate the pressure on an increasingly burdened supply chain, could gigantic barges on inland waterways offer a way forward? Amidst the backdrop of a rapidly transforming logistics landscape, the U.S. is harnessing the enhanced capabilities of inland waterway gigantic barges to fortify its supply chain. As logistical norms pivot in response to environmental […]

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Inforum MobilityNext | 19TH Automotive Breakfast

The automotive industry is at the cusp of a revolutionary transformation, transitioning from the traditional automotive industry to a more extensive idea of mobility. This shift brings an air of exhilaration and anticipation, especially as witnessed within the recent 19th Automotive Breakfast in downtown Detroit, Michigan, a part of Inforum’s MobilityNEXT industry group’s exciting […]

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Port Everglades steps up its game in the international supply chain

This article originally appeared on Cargomatic.com. Florida’s Port Everglades is fast becoming a center of North American intermodal traffic, and a possible link in new ways of bypassing busy U.S. West Coast gateways. The port averages one million 20-foot equivalent units (TEU) a year, boasts direct access to the interstate highway system and has rail […]

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Port of Virginia looks east of Suez to grow its market share

This article originally appeared on Cargomatic.com. Stephen Edwards, CEO and Executive Director of the Virginia Port Authority (VPA), is of the firm belief that new trade lanes are opening through the Suez Canal for his facility. Edwards’ remarks came in a conversation with Cargomatic Chief Spokesperson and SVP of Industry Relations Weston LaBar during the recent International Trade […]

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Mark Tina Envisions Differences to the Verizon Partner Network in 2024
December 1, 2023

In the dynamic telecommunications landscape, Verizon’s Partner Network continues to evolve, adapting to new trends and opportunities. For another segment featuring Mark Tina, VP of Indirect Channel Distribution and Channel Chief at Verizon Business Group, he explores exactly what types of significant changes and advancements the Verizon Partner Network will see in 2024. In this […]

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Mark Tina Explores the Importance of Partners in Verizon Business Group Success
December 1, 2023

A special episode of The Verizon Partner Network focuses on an examination of an industry marked by fierce competition and rapid innovation. But most importantly, how the role of partnerships in a company’s success is increasingly vital. Mark Tina, the VP of Indirect Channel Distribution and Channel Chief at Verizon, details why partners are essential […]

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Mark Tina Highlights Three Pillars of Success in Verizon’s Partner Network
December 1, 2023

For a continuation episode of The Verizon Partner Network’s special segment with team leaders, Mark Tina, VP of Indirect Channel Distribution and Channel Chief at Verizon Business Group, joined again to outline the three top aspects that define the Verizon Partner Network and its approach to collaborative success. The video centers on Tina’s explanation of […]

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Instant Delivery Technology Unleashed: Ben James Reveals Game-Changing Logistics on ‘Are We There Yet?’
November 17, 2023

In an era where instant delivery technology has become the norm, the race to further accelerate the pace of receiving goods is on. The concept of getting products almost immediately after ordering is no longer a fantasy but a potential reality, thanks to groundbreaking advancements in logistics technology. With consumers and businesses alike craving […]

Read More
UAW’s Strike and Tentative Deal Pose an “Existential Struggle” For the Auto Industry
November 14, 2023

Amidst the current labor disputes in the automotive industry, how can unions like the United Auto Workers balance their demands with the automakers’ need to stay competitive in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle market?  In a landmark labor movement, the United Auto Workers (UAW) secured a significant contract victory with General Motors after a […]

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Doubling Down on Inland Waterways: Gigantic Barges Are Anchoring America’s Supply Chain Resilience
November 14, 2023

To alleviate the pressure on an increasingly burdened supply chain, could gigantic barges on inland waterways offer a way forward? Amidst the backdrop of a rapidly transforming logistics landscape, the U.S. is harnessing the enhanced capabilities of inland waterway gigantic barges to fortify its supply chain. As logistical norms pivot in response to environmental […]

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Inforum MobilityNext | 19TH Automotive Breakfast
October 26, 2023

The automotive industry is at the cusp of a revolutionary transformation, transitioning from the traditional automotive industry to a more extensive idea of mobility. This shift brings an air of exhilaration and anticipation, especially as witnessed within the recent 19th Automotive Breakfast in downtown Detroit, Michigan, a part of Inforum’s MobilityNEXT industry group’s exciting […]

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Port Everglades steps up its game in the international supply chain
October 20, 2023

This article originally appeared on Cargomatic.com. Florida’s Port Everglades is fast becoming a center of North American intermodal traffic, and a possible link in new ways of bypassing busy U.S. West Coast gateways. The port averages one million 20-foot equivalent units (TEU) a year, boasts direct access to the interstate highway system and has rail […]

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Port of Virginia looks east of Suez to grow its market share
October 20, 2023

This article originally appeared on Cargomatic.com. Stephen Edwards, CEO and Executive Director of the Virginia Port Authority (VPA), is of the firm belief that new trade lanes are opening through the Suez Canal for his facility. Edwards’ remarks came in a conversation with Cargomatic Chief Spokesperson and SVP of Industry Relations Weston LaBar during the recent International Trade […]

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America’s Railways Get Needed Funding. To Compete Globally, Passenger Rail Needs More Attention, Too.
October 16, 2023

As $1.4 billion in government funding makes its way through America’s Railways, is there enough thought towards the future of passenger rail? The Biden-Harris Administration has earmarked a historic $1.4 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, channeled through the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), for 70 rail projects […]

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Safety of Autonomous Vehicles Will Partially Rely on the Public Embracement of its Technology
September 8, 2023

Autonomous vehicles are more than just a cool idea. They have the potential to revolutionize our transportation systems by making them safer, more accessible, and more affordable. Cities like Phoenix, where Waymo has set up operations, offer an interesting testing ground for autonomous driving. Yet, the deployment of self-driving vehicles has challenges due […]

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New Rail Technology is Aiming to Revitalize More Rail Infrastructure as an Alternative to Trucking
September 6, 2023

Innovation in the world of rail infrastructure is often thought of as new train designs or faster speeds. But a paradigm shift is brewing in the way goods are transported across rails. Currently, Georgia wants to test that new technology. The emergence of technologies are reshaping the boundaries of what rail infrastructure can […]

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