Japan’s Three Major Ocean Carriers Plan to Merge in Mid 2017
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Japan’s Three Major Ocean Carriers Plan to Merge in Mid 2017

The 2008 financial crisis put the global container industry in turmoil. Since then, the road to recovery has been long and difficult. Even A.P. Moeller-Maersk, the biggest shipping company in the world, has cut costs and adjusted its operations accordingly. Around the world, several ocean carrier mergers have occurred in order to keep companies in…

Daimler Trucks Introduces First Electric Truck
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Daimler Trucks Introduces First Electric Truck

Electric vehicles aren’t new to the market, but electric trucks are. Most electric vehicles are small and don’t have much horsepower. Trucks need to be able to pull thousands of pounds in freight, so they need significant horsepower. That’s one reason the debut of electric trucks is so exciting. Take a look at how electric…

How AmazonFresh Makes Fast Online Grocery Delivery a Reality
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How AmazonFresh Makes Fast Online Grocery Delivery a Reality

For over two years, Amazon has operated its Prime Pantry service, through which it delivers non-perishable grocery items to customers’ homes. Now the company aims to implement a new program that delivers all grocery items, even those that need refrigeration. Take a look at this new program, called AmazonFresh, and learn how Amazon continues to…

KitKat Refuses to Source Cocoa From Companies That Use Forced Labor
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KitKat Refuses to Source Cocoa From Companies That Use Forced Labor

Forced labor is a serious problem around the world, but many companies have begun to stand up for human rights by boycotting all forced labor goods. KitKat recently announced its participation in ethical procurement. Take a look at how this chocolate brand is getting involved.

How Brexit Will Affect Supply Chains in the United States
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How Brexit Will Affect Supply Chains in the United States

Only a few months have passed since the Brexit vote happened, but many people don’t understand that Britain hasn’t actually left the EU yet. What the Brexit vote did is require Britain to give the EU a two-year formal notice that the country will be leaving. Britain hasn’t actually given its notice to the EU…