Cargo Delivery

Thieves find a new source of stolen goods: delivery trucks and trains

Footage from the video shows empty boxes along train tracks in Los Angeles after thieves broke into Union Pacific freight trains. Source: NBC4 | Los Angeles Instead of shoplifting in stores, some thieves focus on another target: trains and delivery trucks full of packages on their way to customers’ doors. …

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Supply chain problems continued to drive inflation up in December

Persistent challenges in getting goods from factories to customers continue to drive up the prices of cars, computer chips, furniture and other goods, pushing consumer prices up in December at the fastest pace since 1982. The consumer price index climbed 7 percent in the year through December, and 5.5 percent …

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The air compressor market will reach $ 22.27 billion by 2028;

Pune, India, January 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The world Air Compressor Market the size was $ 15.46 billion in 2020. The market is expected to grow by $ 15.88 billion in 2021 to $ 22.27 billion in 2028 at a CAGR of 4.9% over the period 2021-2028. Fortune Business …

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Montreal businesses strive to maintain local food delivery services

Nowadays, the evenings are rather quiet at La Bêtise, a Montreal tapas bar and restaurant. That’s because public health measures have banned food service and closed bars, which means it’s only take-out or delivery. This means that customers are turning to reputable delivery apps to get a taste of their …

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Port traffic jam: customs promises to make scanners operational to facilitate the clearance of goods

Nigeria’s Customs Service (NCS) said it was working to make the scanners operational to facilitate the clearance of goods at the country’s seaports. Speaking to ICIR, NCS spokesperson Joseph Attah said the service was working hard to get the scanners at the three major seaports operational to avoid unnecessary delays …

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Ningbo shippers turn away as exports hit by Covid-restricted trucking

Freight forwarders are moving volumes to congested Shanghai to avoid city-side delays, despite carrier schedules so far unaffected by the latest Covid disruption in Ningbo. The port of Ningbo-Zhoushan has repeatedly fallen victim to China’s strict restrictions on Covid over the past six months, with the latest lockdown in the …

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Udelv unveils the first autonomous cargo vehicle

The first autonomous, cabin-less cargo vehicle – the Transporter by Udelv – can carry 2,000 pounds of cargo, make up to 80 stops, and travel between 160 and 300 miles each way at highway speeds. Driven by Mobileye, the Transporter is first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which …

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What future for the automotive industry in 2022?

From critical semiconductor chip shortages and shutdowns of major assembly plants, to soaring car prices and empty dealerships, 2021 has been a year to remember for automakers and consumers alike. But there has also been an increase in sales of electric vehicles and a growing shift from sedans to SUVs …

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Turkey AirSada to launch A320 charter operations in 2022

Delivery of the last A320ceo family aircraft to the world to Delta 30.12.2021 – 19:10 UTC Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) took delivery of the world’s last A321-200 – its 127th of its type – on December 16, 2021. N129DN (msn 10315) was flown from Mobile Downtown to …

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High expectations, low delivery in 2021

The year 2021 in the country’s maritime sector was loaded with high expectations, but with a few days to go until the end of the year, only a few of those expectations have materialized. For example, stakeholders expected the port to be fully automated, with the deployment of the Deep …

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