Transportation

How Will Airlines Keep Up The Momentum With an Uptick In Travel? 

"Really key in on that opportunity for the folks that have children to make it a really fun experience for the kids." With the economy opening back up, things are looking good for airlines. In late July, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines posted their quarterly numbers, with both reporting profits, supported by a return of leisure travel Read more

Latest

Transportation
How Will Airlines Keep Up The Momentum With an Uptick In Travel? 
"Really key in on that opportunity for the folks that have children to make it a really fun experience for the kids." With the economy opening back up, things are looking good for airlines. Read more
Articles
GM Undershoots Estimates on Chip Dearth, Lifts Full-Year Outlook
(Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. missed analysts’ profit estimates for the latest quarter but raised its full-year guidance as rich margins on pickups vied with nagging production cuts at its Read more
Articles
Nikola Falls After Revising Down Electric Truck Deliveries
(Bloomberg) -- Shares of Nikola Corp., the pre-production truckmaker whose founder was charged last week with misleading investors, fell after the company lowered its initial vehicle delivery Read more
Careers on the Move
How AI Can Be Used to Automate Logistics Processes
AI is no mere buzzword; it's popping up in practical applications in all industries. The supply chain is no exception, and, in an industry with a focus on process efficiency, Read more
Careers on the Move
Keep on Truckin’: The Future of the Trucking Industry
Worker shortages, geopolitical forces and the lingering impacts to the supply chain due to a global pandemic; that’s a lot of challenges for any industry to bear, but one could easily argue its Read more
Careers on the Move
Bringing Eco-Friendly Transit to the Masses
For this episode of Careers on the Move, one could say the guest truly lives that definition. Meet Alyssa Haerle. Haerle is the Director of Transportation Development at Circuit, Read more

Latest

How Is the Biden Admin’s Attack on Anti-Competitive Policies Shaping Agriculture?
August 4, 2021
The Biden administration has set its sights firmly on breaking down anti-competitive practices across a wide range of industries, and the nation’s agricultural sector is beginning to feel the effects. According Read more
How Will Airlines Keep Up The Momentum With an Uptick In Travel? 
August 4, 2021
"Really key in on that opportunity for the folks that have children to make it a really fun experience for the kids." With the economy opening back up, things are looking good for airlines. In late July, Read more
Is It Time to ‘Grow or Die’ for Streaming Juggernaut Netflix?
August 4, 2021
Streaming is a gigantic industry in 2021, and it's showing no signs of slowing down. However, a question remains — can legacy player Netflix continue on a healthy plateau to retain its current audience, or does it Read more

Latest Articles

Articles
Nikola Falls After Revising Down Electric Truck Deliveries
August 3, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Shares of Nikola Corp., the pre-production truckmaker whose founder was charged last week with misleading investors, fell after the company lowered its initial vehicle delivery Read more
Airbus Delivered More Than 70 Jets in June to Beat 2020 Tally
(Bloomberg) -- Airbus SE delivered more than 70 jets in June, one of its best months for Read more
Carmakers Learn to Live With Chip Shortage: Auto Sales Update
(Bloomberg) -- Automakers’ sales soared in the second quarter as resurgent consumers snapped up Read more
United Goes All-In on Premium Flyers With 270 Jets, Upgrade
(Bloomberg) -- United Airlines Holdings Inc. is overhauling its fleet with the biggest Read more
Articles
United Goes All-In on Premium Flyers With 270 Jets, Upgrade
June 29, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- United Airlines Holdings Inc. is overhauling its fleet with the biggest jetliner order in company history and an ambitious upgrade for its aircraft cabins, bolstering a push to Read more
Ford Unveils the Electric F-150, Aims to Shake up the EV Market
(Bloomberg) -- Linda Zhang, chief engineer of Ford Motor Co.’s new electric F-150 pickup, Read more
Airline Investors See a Post-Pandemic Rebound in Low-Cost Travel
(Bloomberg) -- New money is flowing to low-cost airlines in the U.S. as they take on giant Read more
VW’s Hopes of Catching Tesla Hinge on a $30 Billion Tech Reboot
(Bloomberg) -- Max Senges traded the visionary buzz of Silicon Valley for an old-school Read more
VW’s Hopes of Catching Tesla Hinge on a $30 Billion Tech Reboot
Articles
VW’s Hopes of Catching Tesla Hinge on a $30 Billion Tech Reboot
March 14, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Max Senges traded the visionary buzz of Silicon Valley for an old-school German industrial center bracing for a dramatic overhaul. As head of a new coding school in Read more
AIRO Engages Stephens to Represent the UAM and Drone Ecosystem Group for an Optimally Aligned SPAC Merger
CHICAGO, March 4, 2021 (Newswire.com) - The AIRO Group (AIRO), a global end-to-end Urban Air Read more
Volvo CEO on Automaker’s Plans to be All Electric by 2030
Volvo Cars Chief Executive Officer Hakan Samuelsson discusses the automaker's plan to move to Read more

Latest Podcasts

Careers on the Move
Keep on Truckin’: The Future of the Trucking Industry
August 2, 2021
Worker shortages, geopolitical forces and the lingering impacts to the supply chain due to a global pandemic; that’s a lot of challenges for any industry to bear, but one could easily argue its Read more
Bringing Eco-Friendly Transit to the Masses
For this episode of Careers on the Move, one could say the guest truly lives Read more
Ground Truth: Introducing Teleoperation for Industrial Vehicles
 Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile. So, too, did Elon Musk. As Read more
Issues Facing the Autonomous Technology Supply Chain in 2021 and Beyond
Today's supply chain faces several compounding issues that were difficult to Read more
Ground Truth
Issues Facing the Autonomous Technology Supply Chain in 2021 and Beyond
July 29, 2021
Today's supply chain faces several compounding issues that were difficult to predict a year and a half ago. There are numerous short and long-term effects of COVID to deal with, Read more
How Can We Collectively Realize the Autonomous Vehicle Dream?
Level 5 advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are the milestone that would signal we have Read more
Building Community in the Supply Chain Industry
At Careers On The Move, a Cargomatic podcast, we shine a light on what a career in supply Read more
How Supply Chains Run the World – and Finding People to Run Them
On this episode of Careers On The Move, A Cargomatic Podcast, host Tyler Kern Read more
Careers on the Move
How Supply Chains Run the World – and Finding People to Run Them
July 1, 2021
On this episode of Careers On The Move, A Cargomatic Podcast, host Tyler Kern talked with Radu Palamariu, Managing Director Asia Pacific, Alcott Global. Alcott Global provides Read more
The Challenges – and Benefits – of Environmental Compliance In Retail and Logistics
When it comes to environmental compliance, regulations continue to get more strict as Read more
How Does Supply Chain Investment Power New Opportunities and Careers?
  As the Founder and Managing Partner of Cambridge Capital and CEO of Read more
Steve’s Small Engine Saloon Reflects on YouTube Subscriber Growth
On this episode of Talkin’ Shop With Walbro, Host Tyler Kern talked with Steve McColman, Read more

Latest Videos

Hospitality
Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?
July 29, 2021
With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Read more
Can New York Innovate Away its Public Transit Woes?
With a whopping average of 56 hours a year of delay per commuter, New York Read more
The Three Most Important Trends Shaping the Automobile Ecosystem
“The ride-share approach to public transportation may make access more equitable in the Read more
Why a Car Rental Shortage is Making the Case for ‘Rideswitching’
"The propensity to travel has recently increased again, and at the moment, we Read more
Transportation
Why a Car Rental Shortage is Making the Case for ‘Rideswitching’
July 24, 2021
"The propensity to travel has recently increased again, and at the moment, we see people clamoring and looking for solutions and workarounds to be able to continue their travel Read more
Is More Smart Tech the Answer to Public Transportation’s Growing Pains?
  On this special episode of MarketScale TV from the MarketScale Tradeshow Read more
Volkswagen Strengthens Hold in US Vehicle Market with EV Push
 After establishing a confident market share in Europe and commanding over 20% Read more
More Charging Stations Set to Hit US Roadways
If you drive an electric vehicle, get ready for some good news – more charging Read more
Transportation
More Charging Stations Set to Hit US Roadways
July 16, 2021
If you drive an electric vehicle, get ready for some good news – more charging stations are coming nationwide. Electrify America, which originally saw the EPA and CARB force Read more
Virginia Repeats as America’s Best State for Business
Since 2007, CNBC has compiled a study with a simple aim – to declare one Read more
New York Takes Over Title as US City with the Worst Traffic
When you hear about a city with the "worst traffic in the U.S.," you likely picture Los Read more
Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida on Lowering Cost of Electric Vehicles
In 2019, the average cost of a new electric car was $55,600. However, according to the same Read more
All Transportation Articles
How Will Airlines Keep Up The Momentum With an Uptick In Travel? 
August 4, 2021
"Really key in on that opportunity for the folks that have children to make it a really fun experience for the kids." With the economy opening back up, things are looking good for airlines. In late July, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines posted their quarterly numbers, with both reporting profits, supported by a return of leisure travel Read more
GM Undershoots Estimates on Chip Dearth, Lifts Full-Year Outlook
August 4, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. missed analysts’ profit estimates for the latest quarter but raised its full-year guidance as rich margins on pickups vied with nagging production cuts at its North American factories from a global semiconductor shortage. Soaring new-vehicle prices on high-margin pickups couldn’t make up for supply chain issues in the second Read more
Nikola Falls After Revising Down Electric Truck Deliveries
August 3, 2021
(Bloomberg) -- Shares of Nikola Corp., the pre-production truckmaker whose founder was charged last week with misleading investors, fell after the company lowered its initial vehicle delivery projections and warned of nagging supply chain issues. Chief Executive Officer Mark Russell told analysts on a conference call Tuesday the startup is facing “numerous” Read more
How AI Can Be Used to Automate Logistics Processes
August 2, 2021
AI is no mere buzzword; it's popping up in practical applications in all industries. The supply chain is no exception, and, in an industry with a focus on process efficiency, enlisting AI's possibilities makes perfect sense. Warren Kucker, CEO of Shelly.AI, joined Careers on the Move to talk with host Tyler Kern about his company's role in Read more
Keep on Truckin’: The Future of the Trucking Industry
August 2, 2021
Worker shortages, geopolitical forces and the lingering impacts to the supply chain due to a global pandemic; that’s a lot of challenges for any industry to bear, but one could easily argue its impact on the trucking and logistics industry is by far the most prominent. The situation today will make for lasting changes in trucking. So, what are those factors Read more
Bringing Eco-Friendly Transit to the Masses
August 2, 2021
For this episode of Careers on the Move, one could say the guest truly lives that definition. Meet Alyssa Haerle. Haerle is the Director of Transportation Development at Circuit, an award-winning micro-transit service. They employ a fleet of all-electric vehicles to offer complimentary and on-demand rides around busy downtown areas. Host Tyler Read more
Ground Truth: Introducing Teleoperation for Industrial Vehicles
July 29, 2021
 Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile. So, too, did Elon Musk. As automobile technology continues to advance, consumers are starting to see the next wave of technology, such as self-driving cars. But another new technology allows drivers to operate vehicles remotely, even from thousands of miles. On this episode of Ground Truth, a Phantom Read more
Issues Facing the Autonomous Technology Supply Chain in 2021 and Beyond
July 29, 2021
Today's supply chain faces several compounding issues that were difficult to predict a year and a half ago. There are numerous short and long-term effects of COVID to deal with, as well as increasing pressure from growing consumer demands, challenges in implementing autonomous technology and a hiring shortage. On this episode of Ground Truth, a Read more
Are Airlines Next In Line for a Supply Shortage?
July 29, 2021
With supply chains around the world struggling under the weight of the past year, will airlines be next in line to feel the effects? MarketScale Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Dandashy weighed in. "American Airlines is telling pilots to conserve fuel. Now, this is really interesting for those that might not know. There is actually a jet fuel Read more