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Control Tower Visibility: Delivering Value in Transportation

15.08.2018

Companies today are facing significant transportation challenges — tight capacity, rising rates, and more demanding delivery expectations from customers. Navigating through these challenges requires timely and accurate visibility to what’s happening in their transportation operations, which is where Control Tower visibility comes in. How are companies using Control Tower visibility to deliver business value? What […]


Transport secretary promises to take steps to stop rail fares rocketing

15.08.2018

In a letter to union bosses, Chris Grayling outlined plans to cut the link between annual UK rail fare rises and the widely discredited Retail Price Index (RPI) measure of annual inflation. Source: News


Supply Chain News on More Smart Ideas for Reducing Transportation Costs

15.08.2018

Geoffrey Milsom of Consulting Firm enVista Offers Other Ideas to Take Out Freight Costs Source: News


APM Terminals Bahrain Opens New Online Platform

15.08.2018

APM Terminals Bahrain has launched the 'Lift' portal which allows customers to track and trace their goods, check the status of shipments and vessels and schedule deliveries – 24 hours per day, seven days a week.Lift works to optimize operations… Source: News


Danaos Corporation Slashes Debt

15.08.2018

Danaos Corporation, a leading international owner of containerships, has announced the consummation of its previously announced debt refinancing , significantly strengthening the Company's capital structure and reducing its outstanding debt… Source: News


The challenge of recruiting drivers

14.08.2018

As the workload for delivery companies heats up, the challenge of finding and retaining quality drivers is getting tougher. Today, delivery companies, on-line mega retailers, Uber and Lyft are all going after the same pool for their drivers. And it’s getting tougher and tougher. Source: News


Low Water Still Troubles River Shipping in Germany

14.08.2018

Water levels on the Rhine and Danube in Germany remain low after a recent drought and freight vessels cannot sail fully loaded on the rivers, traders said on Tuesday.Rhine water levels have risen after rain in recent days but still remain well below levels that would allow normal sailings… Source: News


Drone Swarms as You Know Them Are Just an Illusion—for Now

14.08.2018

Networking isn't inherently evil. It's how teams of drones will one day be able to survey natural disasters, rescue survivors, and deliver your burritos. Source: News


The Digital Transformation Journey: The Alignment of Industry, Company, and Technology

14.08.2018

In today’s market, it is imperative for process businesses to pursue digital transformations to meet changing customer expectations, global market demands, and increased competition. Process industry businesses that embark on digital transformation journeys are becoming disruptors in the industry. Smart executives know that a digital transformation can be a catalyst for growth and will drive […]


Brexit: what about the workers?

14.08.2018

Pressure is mounting on both the UK and EU negotiators to make progress on a deal. And with the next round of talks starting in Brussels on Thursday, the Confederation of British Industry has taken the opportunity to hammer home the importance of retaining essential workers. It’s an issue that could have a big impact […]


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