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The End of Retail

By Aila Abellanosa | June 26, 2017

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New Trucking Regulations: What Can Shippers Anticipate and Prepare For?

By Rose Josol | June 23, 2017

This year opened with a list of regulatory changes in the over-the-road trucking sector, with new policies set to impact driver capacity and productivity. The new rules were set, generally speaking, to address the perennial issue of driver and road safety in the trucking industry. In fact, many stakeholders, including trucking and shipping associations, have lauded what is perceived as a right move by the government. However, many are also apprehensive and wary of the negative impacts of certain details of the new regulations. Many industry players fear the regulatory changes will worsen the driver shortage, a trend that can translate to lesser number of available trucks and, ultimately, higher shipping costs.

Cognitive Computing for Supply Chain Risk Management

By Harriete Lugue | May 10, 2017

 

Digital Transformation: IoT and 3D Printing

By Jenina Borromeo | April 28, 2017

 

Can the Internet of Things Solve our Biggest Agriculture Problems?

By Paula Lucero | April 25, 2017

The world’s appetite is changing, and the agriculture industry is struggling to keep up. Can technology help?

Amazon Continues to Take on Logistics

By Angelo Alix | April 21, 2017

 

What’s Next For Battery-Powered Electric Vehicles?

By Rose Josol | January 9, 2017

 

Digitization in the Automotive Supply Chain: A Potential, Game-Changing Transition

By Jenina Borromeo | January 5, 2017

As the use of technology in cars continues to grow at a rapid pace, tech companies are moving to expand products and services to the automotive supply chain.

Amazon vs. Alibaba: A Battle for Southeast Asia

By Frances Zyra Mella | November 30, 2016

2015 was a big year in terms of logistics and globalization for Amazon, who began making their way into the shipping industry, registering in China as a freight forwarder and a shipping broker for 12 routes, including Shanghai to Los Angeles and Hamburg.

The Role of Traceability in the Pharma Supply Chain

By Paula Lucero | November 16, 2016

The U.S. government is making a big push for pharma traceability, hoping to quell the amount of counterfeit drugs imported into the country. But that’s no easy feat in such a huge supply chain.