Time To “Pivot, Stretch, And Adapt”

One of the global industries that has taken the biggest economic hit over the last year is the tourism industry. Tourism made up 10 percent of global GDP in 2019 and was worth almost $9 trillion, according to McKinsey and Company tourism report, making the sector nearly three times larger…

03 Jul 4:31 PM 0 Read More...

A Huge Industry Begins Reworking Itself

The food and beverage processing industry is huge in this country—one of the stronger industries in many U.S. states. It is led by California, with 3,679 food manufacturing companies as of 2018; followed by New York with 2,034 companies; and Texas, with 1,888 companies.

The…

03 Jul 4:25 PM 0 Read More...

More Efficient Agriculture Techniques are Coming into the Focus

Over just the past 90 years, U.S. agricultural output has increased by 400 percent, and with 10 percent less land required for that result.

But demand for food is growing at the same time the supply side faces constraints in land and farming inputs, according to a McKinsey and…

03 Jul 4:20 PM 0 Read More...

More Coordinated Focus on Value and Expediency of Intermodal Operations

As with so many global businesses, intermodal distribution has been seriously affected by the COVID pandemic. Help is needed.

Mario Cordero, the chairman of the board of the American Association of Port Authorities, and former co-executive director of the one of the country’s busiest seaports, the Port of…

25 Apr 5:11 PM 0 Read More...

Logistics Getting on a Quicker, more Focused Track

Reliance on the continued accumulation and application of data, and analyzing best methods of product delivery to a more demanding customer, are two key hallmarks of logistics evolution in today’s business climate.

A white paper by DHL, a logistics provider, laid out how big data analytics can provide competitive…

25 Apr 4:27 PM 0 Read More...