Category: Transportation and Logistics

CEVA Logistics and CMA CGM Initiate Strategic Equity Partnership

CEVA Logistics, a globally focused, asset-light, third-party logistics provider (3PL), has announced that global shipping line CMA CGM has obtained all regulatory approvals required in connection with its investment in CEVA and will become a 24.99 percent shareholder in CEVA. This announcement has significance because it represents further evidence of ocean container carriers branching out into the ability to provided added logistics and inter-modal services for shipping customers.

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Supply Chain Matters Weekly Trade and Tariff Commentary

Events on the global trade and tariff front are moving at such a rapid rate, that the Supply Chain Matters blog has elected to provide a weekly update commentary, starting this week.

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Amazon’s Latest Announcements in Last-Mile Logistics Have Strategic Purpose

Amazon made some noteworthy announcements that should capture the attention of our readers. Similar to its unveiling of the first branded Prime air cargo aircraft in the summer of 2016, these new announcements are the forerunner to a broader unfolding strategy for branded direct parcel and package delivery capabilities that provide more personalized services and added options for controlling the full customer fulfillment process.

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Announced Tentative Settlement in UPS U.S. Labor Contract

After months of collective bargaining, UPS and the Teamsters labor union have both announced a tentative handshake agreement relative to a new five-year labor contract. This new labor agreement, planned to go into effect on August 1st, is now subject to ratification from Teamster represented UPS employees in package delivery roles.

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The State of Logistics- The Obvious in Numbers and in Implications

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides its annual summary, perspectives and takeaways regarding the release of the 29th Annual State of Logistics report. In short, industry business as usual practices are no longer an option given the current trajectory of trends.

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Supply Chain Matters Highlights of World Trade Day Conference- Part Two

Supply Chain Matters provides Part Two highlights of the 33rd Annual Global Trade Day conference presented by The John H. Chaffee Center for International Business at Bryant University in Smithfield Rhode Island. Highlighted is the session related to technological advances impacting global supply chains.

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