This week: Crowley adds a third location to its Wreaths Across America sponsorship; XPO donates over 42,000 pairs of socks to the homeless; and UPS supports safe mobility habits in Bangkok.
“The procurement of industrial products and spare parts is at a critical crossroads as the global supply chain is faced with unprecedented headwinds,” said Chris Lawrence, managing partner at Labyrinth Capital Partners.
“We will continue our ecosystem expansion, powering even more flexibility in quoting and securing capacity as well as some tactical expansion into additional modes and methods of transportation,” said Greenscreens.ai CEO Dawn Salvucci-Favier.
“We strategically positioned our carriers six months ago for the freight they are hauling today,” said the company’s senior director of capacity, Ivan Momchilov.
“We understand that the transition from Kuebix to MyCarrier may seem stressful for some of our shippers, but Estes, Trimble and MyCarrier are committed to simplifying the process,” said President and CEO Rob Estes.
“U.S. merchants and marketplaces will need to look for new customers, and this may be a great opportunity to market to and acquire customers from beyond their borders in Q4 and into 2023,” said BoxC’s new director of business development, Mark Waverek.
“LuckyTruck would not be where it is today without Julie,” said founder and President Devin Bostick of new CEO Julie Zimmer.
Better Tomorrow Ventures’ Jake Gibson says LogRock is “well positioned to help fleets save real money by staying off the FMCSA’s radar and steering clear of avoidable court cases.”
This week: J.B. Hunt launches a scholarship program for employee dependents and grandchildren, Maersk’s rainbow container is enjoyed by employees in Cape Town, South Africa, and Schneider receives its 14th Ride of Pride truck.
Since founding as Kargoo in 2018, Los Angeles-based Shappi has raised $3.2 million to digitize the process of getting goods from the United States into the hands of consumers in Latin America.