Supply chain optimization strategies

Supply chain optimization strategies key to logistics transparency.
AJOT/National Retail Federation optimistic on retail sales growth but fear supply chain disruptions

National Retail Federation (NRF) thinks consumer spending will grow in 2024 but lag behind GDP growth. While disruptions like the Red Sea attacks will cause ripples felt throughout the supply chain all the way into the consumers’ wallets.
Air freight flying high in Hawaiian skies

There is a lot of air freight business happening in Hawaiian skies. But as the old expression says, it’s complicated
New dimensions to warehouse automation

Warehouse automation is now experiencing expansion in unexpected niches.
Gamifying the cab

Data technology has muscled its way into the cabs of trucking fleets, and drivers the world over are leery of sharing their tight space with this silent, faceless, mysterious co-worker.
LATAM adds 19th 767-300 freighter – 3rd in 2023

LATAM’s expansion program adds 19th freighter to fleet.
DHL looks at attracting talent to project sector

Jake Swanson, regional vice president the Americas for DHL Global Forwarding’s Industrial Projects’ division, outlines to AJOT what it takes to attract and retain people in the project sector.
Miami International Airport gateway for U.S.-Latin American trade

Miami International Airport (MIA) is the hub for Latin American and Caribbean trade with the U.S. And as the trade between the regions grows, so does the importance of Miami’s role as a logistics linchpin.
LATAM looks to be nimble and flexible with air freight

LATAM is Latin America’s largest airfreight airline, but as CEO Andres Bianchi relates in an interview with the AJOT, he prefers to position the carrier as “nimble” and “flexible” not just big.
Maersk ups commitment to air with 130,000 sq/ft facility near LAX

Copenhagen-based A.P. Moller-Maersk, the global shipping and logistics giant, has opened a 130,000 square-foot import/export facility midway between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and...

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