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June 22, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of June 22, 2017
Drayage Drivers at Port of Los Angeles being Abused? Chinese Manufacturers Can't Buy Robots Fast Enough; Which US Regions Adding Most Manufacturing Jobs; Drones and Weather Forecasts
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June 16, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of June 15, 2017
Amazon Roils the Griovery Sector; Nike Takes a Whack at SKU Counts; Why is US Productivity Flat? Is US Manufacturing Glass Half Empty or Half Fully?
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June 08, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of June 8, 2017
How Much Do Procurement Professional Earn? US Warehouse Market Remains Red Hot; Will Investors be Interested in US Infrastructure Deals? Retail Execs Don't Expect to to See Shipping Revenue
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May 31, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of June 1, 2017
Japan, Germany Need Robots to Deal Aging Populations; eFulfillment Wars have Come to Pizza Delivery; MIT Breakthrough in Pasta Delivery? UPS Joint Venture to Power China to US Air Shipments
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May 26, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 26, 2017
US Logistics Infrastructure May Better than Thought; Oil Prices Inevitably Headed Down; New Kentucky Aluminum Plant Coming because of Right to Work; HP's Instant Ink Program Leverages IoT, More
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May 18, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 18, 2017
Congestion Costs US Carriers and Shippers Big Bucks; First Autonomous Container Ship Said to be Ready to Sail Soon; US Manufacturing Output Starting to Edge Up; Rail Carriers Once Again have Strong Profits
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May 11, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 11, 2017
US Manufacturing Jobs Keep Rising; Forget Global Warming, Global Cooling May be Here Soon; US Truckload Rates Continue to Head Lower; Will New Fuel Cell Truck Turn Current OEMs into Kodaks?
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May 05, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 5, 2017
Germany's Powerful Hidden Manufacturing Champions; Walmart Improved DC Safety with Bold New Approach to Training; UPS, FedEx to Get Tough on eCommerce Shipping Rates; Despite what You Read, US Retail RFID Adoption is Low, Analysis Finds
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April 26, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of April 27, 2017
Amazon Team Looking at Autonomous Vehicles; US Truckload Rates Continue there Decline; US DC Market Remains Red Hot, as Vacancies Fall; Walmart Turns to Suppliers for CO2 Reductions
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April 20, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of April 20, 2017
Amazon Looking for Scads of Urban Euro DCs; IMF Offers Bullish View of Global Economy; Prologis Breaks Ground on Multi-Level Port DC; New CSX CEO Bent on Closing Hump Yards in Efficiency Move
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