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    Walmart GoLocal expands delivery capabilities, client base

    The retailer's local delivery platform has evolved to handle big and bulky items, orders out of fulfillment centers and more, VP Rina Hurst told Supply Chain Dive.

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    Amazon’s order consolidation efforts deliver Q1 savings

    The e-commerce giant cut costs by increasing the number of product units delivered per box, CEO Andy Jassy said.

  • Hands of a worker using a digital tablet to check products on a conveyor belt in a beverage factory.
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    Manufacturing demand dips in April as companies remain cautious: PMI

    While hiring is beginning to uptick, manufacturers remain uncertain about the fate of interest rates and its impact on business.

  • Dollar Tree's corporate logo and signage is shown at the organization's corporate headquarters.
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    Tornado destroys Dollar Tree Oklahoma distribution center

    None of the warehouse’s 456 associates were harmed during the disaster and are being given resources to help with temporary work relocation.

  • Ryder opens multiclient logistics facility in El Paso, Texas, strategically located along critical U.S.-Mexico trade corridor to support growth in nearshoring and cross-border trade.
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    Courtesy of Ryder System via Business Wire
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    Ryder opens another facility on the US-Mexico border

    The new warehouse in El Paso, Texas, is a result of growing demand from clients in the region and an expected rise in nearshoring activity.

  • A return of a Shein item leveraging UPS' Happy Returns occurs at a Forever 21 location.
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    UPS’ Happy Returns now powers Shein returns at Forever 21 stores

    The company launched a cross-brand capability for online orders returned at stores as it pursues deals with more enterprise retailers.

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    USPS delivery unit proposal sparks service, cost concerns for shipping partners

    The agency is mulling changes to how shipping companies like DHL eCommerce and Pitney Bowes inject volume into its network, industry experts told Supply Chain Dive.

  • An image of the Cotopaxi logo, taken inside the San Francisco, California retail store on April 29, 2024.
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    Edwin Lopez/Supply Chain Dive
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    How Cotopaxi navigated remediation of a tier 1 supplier

    The outdoor apparel and accessories brand chose remediation over removal to avoid exacerbating negative worker impacts, an executive said.

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    Retrieved from Monogram Foods on April 25, 2024
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    Monogram Foods taps Kellogg veteran as supply chain head

    Larry Elliott will oversee strategic sourcing, logistics and customer service and continuous improvement at the company. 

  • A DHL truck is posted outside of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Culver City, Calif. on October 12, 2008
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    DHL will pay $8.7M to settle allegations it gave Black workers more dangerous assignments

    While Black workers moved “large, heavy packages,” their White colleagues sorted letters, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged.

  • A black "Lululemon" sign features the red and white brand logo and white lettering, hanging in front of a leafy tree.
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    Lululemon shutters Washington distribution center

    The retailer is laying off nearly 130 employees, but a spokesperson said some will relocate to its new Los Angeles location and other facilities.

  • Toshihiro Mibe, President and CEO of Honda Motor Co. speak at an event at the automaker's manufacturing plant in Allison, Ontario.
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    Honda invests billions in Canada to set up EV supply chain

    The CAD $15 billion ($11 billion) investment into the automaker’s Ontario production hub includes two factories and materials processing projects with joint venture partners.