The Penguin Random House fulfillment center in Crawfordsville, Indiana, ships over 1M books a day. This video, shot in 360 degrees and narrated by Annette Danek, PRH's Senior Vice President of Fulfillment, gives a guided tour of a book's journey through the warehouse, all from the book's perspective.
Watch the video below (hint: click on the directional buttons in the video or use your keyboard's arrow keys to look around!):
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Private equity and venture capital are major forces consolidating transport & logistics and bringing technology into the industry.
Uber Technologies Inc. has confirmed reports that surfaced over the weekend about its acquisition of Middle East on-demand cab hailing rival Careem for $3.1 billion, signaling its market domination in the region.
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Flip a switch. Seems easy enough, but for those fleets that think that’s all they have to do with their ELD come December 16, 2019, they may quickly find their truck driver sitting idle, which is why now is the time to start the transition from a legacy AOBRD.
Uber has confirmed speculations of its acquisition of Middle East on-demand cab hailing company Careem, with the company now becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of Uber. The transaction is expected to be completed by Q1 2020.
The service will allow passengers to pay fares with their iPhone instead of paper tickets or transit cards.
A U.S. trustee has asked the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to appoint a Chapter 11 trustee to oversee the operations of IPS Worldwide.
OOIL and Yang Ming see better revenue growth, but bottom line results diverge as finance and fuel costs hit results.
Although it’s still early yet, there are indications that Cyclone Veronica may have adversely affected freight infrastructure along Australia’s north west coast – where some of the world’s largest iron ore export ports are located.
It was largely a further slide down the slippery slope for the Shanghai Shipping Exchange’s China Containerized Freight Index, week ending March 22. Rates on nearly all seaborne containerized routes were down compared to the week before. Rates were also largely down on the benchmark containerized routes as compiled by Drewry Maritime Advisors.