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Articles from Logistics Management (Highlands Ranch, Co.) (August 1, 2018)

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2018 ERP UPDATE: Are the mega-suite vendors taking over supply chain management? With 58% of shippers committed to their enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors, the key players are casting an even bigger shadow on the supply chain management space. McCrea, Bridget 1517
2018 Ocean Cargo Roundtable: UNSETTLED SEAS: Three prominent maritime experts share insight into the current ocean cargo arena--a freight sector that's navigating from one crisis to the next. Burnson, Patrick Discussion 1709
35th Annual Quest for Quality Awards: Signal of great partners. Levans, Michael A. 520
A lot to like in the economic outlook. Berman, Jeff 542
AIR CARGO UPDATE: STRAINING to sustain growth. Burnson, Patrick 1794
AIR. 166
Classy chassis. 141
DAT reports stellar spot market activity. 154
Early driver turnover rates speak to industry's capacity issues. 130
Fitch Ratings on ports. 150
Freight economy keeps rolling along. 148
Global growth remains "solid.". 155
Global prime logistics rents remain on an upswing, says CBRE report. Herman, Jeff 402
High-tech must address slavery in their supply chains. Burnson, Patrick 641
How robotics can fit your operation. Michel, Roberto 2312
LTL market is solid, but shippers need to watch out for freight "turndowns". Herman, Jeff 580
Peak season prospects are solid, but capacity concerns remain intact: Our latest reader survey points to promising peak season, with strong economy and tariffs top of mind. Berman, Jeff 839
RAIL. 143
Real estate's role in e-commerce logistics. 140
SCALING TO NEW HEIGHTS of SERVICE: 35th Annual QUEST FOR QUALITY Awards. Cover story 7275
SEKO announces plans for new U.K.-based omni-parcel facility. 128
Shippers brace for rate increases in wake of UPS-Teamsters "handshake agreement". Schulz, John D. 464
The brave new world of BUYING LIFT TRUCKS. Forger, Gary 1647
The cost of ocean pollution. Moore, Peter 696
U.S. DOT backs program to permit 18- to 20-year-olds to drive heavy trucks. 181
WATER. 169

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