Will speed trump price in 2022? What about the middle mile in the logistics journey?
Food solutions company SpartanNash is reducing the company’s carbon footprint in 2022 through an annual fleet mileage decrease in excess of seven million miles, representing 10% of total fleet mileage.
Josh Brawley’s development as a business professional, leader, and decision-maker has been instrumental in driving FWF’s growth. Over the past five years, he has had held several leadership roles that have accelerated the company’s talent and shaped FWF’s culture.
In a major step towards digitalization and improving quality in worldwide cargo handling, Lufthansa Cargo is partnering with IBS Software to digitalize critical handling processes for special products and services like dangerous goods, pharmaceuticals and fresh produce.
"Our partnership with Tive gets us closer to our mission of eliminating food wastage during transportation. We are excited and looking forward to moving the needle north on our OTIF - on time and in full metric," said Syed Aman, Co-Founder and CEO, Hwy Haul.
With tight trucking capacity and market volatility pushing more freight into the spot market, global logistics provider C.H. Robinson has launched Market Rate IQTM – a new tool that shows companies how their spot rates compare to a trusted third-party benchmark and breaks down where they could save money.
The Port of Mattawa's Sentinel Gap Industrial Park, which is located about one mile north of Mattawa, WA, is strongly positioned to attract agricultural related industries, such as food & beverage processing and fresh produce packing.
"The rise in use of multimodal transport and the growth of the organized retail sector in developing countries will further boost market growth during the forecast period," says a senior analyst at Technavio.
C.H. Robinson is paving the way for more sustainable supply chains around the world by turning decades of logistics expertise into technology and data that any company can use to reduce its carbon footprint.
SpartanNash today announced it has realigned its BRT Indianapolis and Managed Freight Minnesota teams into one organization and rebranded as SpartanNash Logistics.