With many of its other tech-based shipping services, such as Amazon Prime Now and Amazon Key, Amazon has used technology to remove the need for a shipping carrier for last-mile delivery. From a merchant perspective, Shipping with Amazon would provide increased competition in the shipping space, while also providing Amazon with more data about the products people are buying.
Merchants are already clamoring for the opportunity to work with Amazon as a carrier.
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In the transportation and logistics circles, blockchain has been an enigma - a technology that holds extensive promise on paper, and yet on the flip side, is extremely hard to implement.
Canopy Growth says retail availability of its recreational cannabis productions have increased as it reported record revenues on the newly legal Canadian market.
Several more feet of snowfall, whiteout conditions likely to delay drivers in the Sierras this weekend. It’s been a busy season, especially compared to last winter.
Today on FWNOW, Market Expert Donny Gilbert gives his best advice to brokers. What do you do when volumes remain high and tender rejections are at an all-time low? Plus, what's happening this weekend with the weather?
There were only ever two good reasons for Amazon to build a headquarters in greater New York City.
What the Truck is going on in all things freight this week? We are visited by two special guests for this week’s episode: Zach Strickland and making his “inaugural debut” Michael Crosby. Weekly Market Update: What is happening from a carrier’s perspective, and what is happening from a shipper’s perspective? We’ve got the yen and the yang. Futures: And as a matter of fact, it’s these two different points of view that make for a trucking freight futures market: Houston and Dallas. And then Zach and Chad play a round of Big deal, little deal (what’s the deal with you)?
Dana Inc. (NYSE: DAN) beat Wall Street’s consensus revenue expectations of $1.91 billion for the fourth quarter of 2018.
Willie Frank Spight III had a number of options for how to spend his midwinter, two-week study reserved for seniors project, but he wanted some real life, real-time experience.
Electric vehicle startup Rivian announced a $700 million funding round led by Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) today, February 15. The investment comes after the Michigan-based company unveiled its all-electric R1T pickup and R1S SUV last fall.
Containerized import volumes increased 9 percent last month over January 2018 totals.