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Retailers are growing increasingly nervous about the chance of a December strike by rail workers’ unions, making logistics contingency plans as they say a rail stoppage could cause “enormous disruption” to the flow of goods nationwide and the U.S. economy at large. Rail companies and their employees stepped nearer to the brink of that work...
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Hyperion Motors Inc., a hydrogen technology company, has launched its Hyper:Fuel Mobile Stations, capable of refueling both hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) and battery electric vehicles (BEV). The mobilized refueling station will be available across the nation, and can be easily deployed and redeployed when driving patterns change. Previously, Hyperion revealed its 1,000-mile range...
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The Lean & Green Star certifies the two plants’ achievement in reducing their carbon footprint by 20% in five years, having enrolled in the Lean and Green programme in 2016. This recognition represents a further step towards IVECO goal to decarbonise commercial transport through its sustainability strategy. The IVECO plants in Madrid and Valladolid have...
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A constant complaint among truckers is the supposed demise of the traditional, independent truck stop serving belly-filling meals made by authentic cooks. The criticism is that such places have been all but replaced by chain travel centers that feature mostly fast food fare. However, no less a culinary authority than Food & Wine magazine has...
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[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] DALLAS — Higher operating costs, more volatile market cycles and a shift from West Coast ports are characteristics of the post-pandemic freight market, according to an industry analyst. “There’s a new floor in what it costs to run heavy vehicles,” said Dean Croke, principal...
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A Cohesive Partnership: How Logistics and Supply Chain Management Work Together Many assume that logistics and supply chain management are the same thing, but they’re actually two distinct processes that work in harmony to create a more efficient way to manage your supply chain. It’s vitally important for shippers to understand these differences, as to...
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Cargo volume remained strong on the East Coast in October, but fell in the West, marking the continuation of a shift that began earlier this year. The South Carolina Ports Authority handled a record number of containers last month, marking the third busiest month in the port’s history. Total volume was up 9% year-over-year, with...
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Troy Hawkins Biofuel is closer to becoming a cost-competitive, climate-friendly solution for slashing carbon emissions in cars and trucks, according to two new studies. The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory has collaborated with the DOE’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and Idaho National Laboratory (INL) on the...
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Since early 2020, global trade has been buffeted by waves of increased customer demand, supply chain challenges, and constant uncertainty and volatility. This article provides an overview, based on a survey of over 1,200 small businesses, of how small and midsize businesses have weathered the storm, and how a changing – and potentially recessionary –...
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The American Trucking Associations’ Board of Directors Tuesday elected Dan Van Alstine, president and COO of Ruan Transportation Management Systems, Des Moines, Iowa, as the federation’s 78th chairman. “I am humbled and truly honored to be here and to serve as your chairman of this great organization,” Van Alstine said. “It is an absolute privilege...
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