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September 15, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Sept. 17, 2020
FedEx Feeling Pricing Power; Factory Workers Leaving Job to Tend to Kids; US Manufacturing Rally Stalling; Huge Numbers of Ocean Freight Carriers Stuck at Sea
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September 10, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Sept. 10, 2020
Stimulus 2 would be Great News for us Economy; Samsung Bio Building Massive Pharma Plant; Rail Car Makers Struggling; FedEx Plans Massive Hiring for Unprecedented Peak Season
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September 03, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Sept. 3, 2020
The Great Smart Phone Caper by some Amazon Drivers; Autonomous Trucking Technology Firm Ike Seeing Orders; US PMI has Strong August Level; Pandemic Changing Consumer Behavior
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August 27, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Aug. 27, 2020
American Eagle Ups Bet on Distrbution Robots; Walmart Sees Major Progress in Supply Chain CO2; July Container Volumes at US Ports Show Mixed Economy; More than Half of San Francisco Storefronts Closed
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August 19, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Aug. 20, 2020
Lowes Spending Big to Revamp Distribution Network; Company Finding Success with Reusable Containers for Consumer Goods; US Manufacturing Recovering; Fat Growth in China to Europe Rail Cargo
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August 13, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Aug. 13, 2020
Nikola Motors with Huge Deal for Electric Trucks; Big New Surcharges Coming for UPS Customers; FedEx Finding Robot Success for Hub Sorting; Retail Chains Pulling Out of Empty Manhattan
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August 06, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for Aug. 6, 2020
Home Depot Rolling Out New DC Network; Low Cost Imports Now Subject to More Scrutiny; Understanding July PMI Score; Investments in Ports to Drop Sharply
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July 30, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for July 30, 2020
Worst Quarter for US GDP in History; Big Savings for Some for Moving Out of China, PwC Study Says; eTruck Maker Nikola Breaks Ground on Giant Factory; General Mills Needs more Co-Packers
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July 24, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for July 22, 2020
Sailors Stuck at Sea See a Lifeboat; Women Gaining Spots Atop the Supply Chain Org Chart; Truckload Rates and Volumes Continue to Fall; New Retail Group Hopes to Reinvent Plastic Bags
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July 15, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for July 15, 2020Supply Chain by the Numbers for July 15, 2020
Amazon Loading Up on Larger Delivery Vans; Hair Testing could Push Many Drivers off the Road; US Manufacturing Output Up but Still Low; MIT Warehouse Disinfecting Robots
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