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    Tracking the air cargo industry's response to Russia's war on Ukraine

    Latvia-based airline airBaltic is using a multimodal transportation system to deliver cargo from Kyiv to major European hubs.

    Updated May 12, 2022
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    Tracking the shift to 24/7 supply chains

    The San Pedro Bay ports could continue to dangle the threat of a container dwell fee through this summer.

    Updated April 25, 2022
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    Coronavirus: A lesson in supply chain risk management

    Companies are finding workarounds as COVID-19 cases and heightened e-commerce demand continue to disrupt supply chains.

    Updated May 4, 2022
  • Tracking the speed, dwell and cars of Class I railroads

    This dashboard shows the average speed, dwell time and cars online for all of the Class I railroads operating in the United States.

    Updated May 20, 2022
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    More ports to join Supply Chain Information Highway

    The Port of Long Beach wants to expand the visibility platform from "coast-to-coast," and is starting with familiar partners.

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    Walmart to deploy Symbotic's AI tech in all regional distribution centers

    The retailer plans to expand its work with Symbotic in a bid to boost speed and accuracy throughout its supply chain.

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    Walmart building capacity to deliver 1M packages a year by drone

    DroneUp and the retailer aim to have delivery hubs set up at 34 facilities by the end of 2022.

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    Food manufacturers shift sourcing tactics to stay ahead of edible oil turmoil

    From substitutions to diversifying suppliers, companies have to stay flexible as war, weather and other disruptions pressure ingredient supplies and prices.

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    Dollar Tree taps former Dollar General execs for help with supply chain, merchandising

    The hires are the latest with experience at the dollar store's rival to join, along with new executive chair Richard Dreiling.  

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    Expedited drayage, airfreight helps Sovos tackle ocean congestion

    The owner of brands such as Rao's pasta sauce is also adding to its domestic manufacturing footprint to wield greater control over its supply chain.

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    Walmart GoLocal expands delivery to 1,600 locations

    Expanding its service should help GoLocal operate more efficiently as it competes with other same-day delivery providers.

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    Under Armour CEO Patrik Frisk to step down

    Chief Operating Officer Colin Browne, who transformed the retailer's supply chain strategy, will take over on an interim basis.

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    Indonesia to end palm oil export ban

    The country will resume exports May 23. Prices should see "downward pressure," one analyst said.

    Updated May 20, 2022
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    Motorola pays premium on secondary markets for semiconductors

    By procuring chips from the secondary market and airfreighting them, Motorola received some parts sooner than expected, its CEO said.

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    Carriers, shippers grapple with how to cut emissions in airfreight

    The airfreight industry is rolling out environmentally-minded initiatives. Will it be enough for shippers to stick with the emissions-heavy mode?

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    World wheat stocks expected to drop to 6-year low

    Production has been hampered by drought and flooding in the United States, a brutal heat wave in India and the war in Ukraine.

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    Clorox sheds suppliers as COVID-19 inches toward 'endemic phase'

    With service levels improving, the cleaning products company is now focused on cutting costs.

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    CMA CGM, Air France-KLM sign exclusive air cargo partnership

    The France-based companies will combine their cargo networks, freighter capacity and dedicated services.

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    SpartanNash inks delivery and distribution deal with DoorDash

    DoorDash will become a delivery option for the grocery company's stores and independent retail clients, while SpartanNash will begin supplying DashMart online convenience stores.

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    REI hires chief supply chain officer as it expands distribution footprint

    A former TireHub executive is taking the reins as the outdoor retailer pursues further growth.

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    Hershey adds distribution centers to boost capacity ahead of Halloween

    Three new facilities will help the chocolate maker meet demand it hasn't been able to fulfill.

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    FMC proposes 6 changes to automated carrier fees

    The FMC seeks public comment on or before June 9 on tariff access fees and co-loading definition.

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    Crop diversity, resiliency needed to prevent next global food crisis: report

    An overreliance on staple crops is partly responsible for huge price spikes following the Ukraine invasion, according to IPES-Food.

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    CMA CGM encourages US cargo flow with container return incentive

    The ocean carrier is offering $300 per container returned early in eligible locations, from Los Angeles to Memphis.

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    Delivery partners key for Papa Johns amid staffing hurdles

    While driver shortages weigh on Pizza Hut and Domino's, Papa Johns has leveraged delivery aggregators to fulfill peak demand.