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The Convergence of Value and Technology in Supply Chain Logistics

The Convergence of Value and Technology in Supply Chain Logistics
Technology is integral to staying relevant in modern supply chain logistics, especially in markets that are always on the move and projected to evolve. A Licensed engineer and Read more

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Leisure Travel Will Drive Hotel Growth for 2023
November 29, 2022
   Business Travel News recently reported on PwC's Hospitality Directions report, indicating a reduced 2023 travel forecast. PwC largely sites economic uncertainty for the revised projections, Read more
New Battery Technology Could Make EVs Cheaper and Faster to Produce
November 29, 2022
 Companies in UK and the US are racing to find new breakthroughs in electrochemistry that don't rely on China's resources to create battery technology. As China currently holds 75% of the world's cobalt Read more
Diesel and Truck Driver Shortages Are Only the Latest in a “Highly Inefficient Transportation System”
November 29, 2022
 The trucking industry is under consistent pressure from multiple fronts. On one end, news continues to spiral about a looming diesel shortage as prices remain high and U.S. diesel supplies reach their lowest Read more
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The Convergence of Value and Technology in Supply Chain Logistics
April 13, 2022
Technology is integral to staying relevant in modern supply chain logistics, especially in markets that are always on the move and projected to evolve. A Licensed engineer and Read more
Will Rises in COVID-19 Cases or a Projected Increase in Production Cause Bigger Oil Price Jumps?
November 23, 2021
  With gas prices at the highest America has seen since 2014, consumers are left wondering what is causing the increase while energy traders try to make sense of the various Read more
Gas Pumps Run Dry in U.S. South as Pipeline Shutdown Bites
May 11, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Motorists across a broad swath of the U.S. East Coast and South are struggling to find gasoline and diesel as filling stations run dry amid the unprecedented pipeline disruption Read more
Oil Producers Face a Long Haul Back to Business as Usual
January 20, 2021
(Bloomberg) This is no time for the world’s oil producers to start adding supplies to the global market if they want to drain a glut that built up because of Covid-19. That’s the conclusion Read more
From Building Steak Houses to Building the Supply Chain
November 24, 2020
Food is serious business. Now, on The Main Course, host Barbara Castiglia will invite insiders on the front lines of food to share their expertise, strategies, and forecasts for navigating the Read more
Signs of Recovery After COVID-19 Shutdown: KUKA Robotics Orders Received Increase in the Third Quarter
November 2, 2020
Following the downturn due to COVID-19, positive developments between July and September. Orders received in third quarter 20.4% higher year-on-year. Book-to-bill ratio at 1.09 Read more