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Freight Logistics: Rising Costs and Concerns

It is no surprise that the COVID-19 outbreak has led to panic buying of items such as toilet paper and sanitizing supplies. However, this buying behavior has led to a massive need for trucks to help restock stores, shrinking the capacity available for other products. The result is a historically tight trucking market that has ...

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6 Tech Trends that WON'T Be Ready for 2020

As is the case heading into each new year, predictions on technology advancements and innovations are in abundance. After a tumultuous 2019 beset by many challenges, both integral to technology markets and derived from global market dynamics, 2020 looks set to be equally challenging.

In our whitepaper, 54 Technology Trends to Watch in 2020 ...

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With pressure mounting from economic uncertainty, industry consolidation, and evolving competition, commercial fleet managers are relying on investments in technology to remain profitable and increase ROI. Consumer expectations around e-commerce—now a year-round consideration instead of just during the holiday season—are stronger than ever, and the amount of data available to fleet operators continues to grow ...

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Augmented Reality Is Poised To Enhance Efficiency In Warehouses

With international trade activity picking up and more companies entering the e-commerce space, the demand for warehousing facilities has been on a steady rise. However, warehouses of today face a very unique, and mounting, set of challenges.

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The Robots Are Coming ... To Your Warehouse

At the end of last year, just 4,000 warehouses were equipped with commercial robots. However, that number is about to explode. According to our intelligent supply chain research, more than 4 million commercial robots will be installed across 50,000 warehouses by 2025 – a staggering increase that is set to transform the supply ...