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Articles from Logistics Management (Highlands Ranch, Co.) (February 1, 2019)

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"Street turns" catching on. 124
AAR heralds Class I railroad positive train control implementation. 124
AIR. 164
As consumers demand more, the last mile becomes an opportunity. Hu, Michael; Acar, Korhan 1453
Brexit up in the air. 137
Carriers see tax reform as positive; shippers uncertain: While carriers and service providers reap benefits on equipment and the cost of doing business, our reader survey of more than 120 shippers reveals a fairly measured view of reform. Berman, Jeff 749
Cart equipped with on-board power. 102
CBRE report examines retail to industrial/logistics space conversion. 121
CBRE report highlights declining U.S. industrial real estate availability. 344
DSV confirms its offer to acquire Panalpina for roughly $4 billion. Berman, Jeff 479
Ember: Finding the perfect temperature: Inventor of the world's first temperature-controlled mugs turns to a single third-party logistics provider to support its massive sales growth and worldwide supply chain operations. McCrea, Bridget 1538
End rider pallet truck's features boost productivity, operator comfort. 145
FedEx rolls out last-mile pilot program. 102
Fully automated goods-to-robot order picking for e-commerce. 111
Getting real with RILA. 112
Global Logistics: Control what you can. Levans, Michael A. 524
Golden State ports can't rest on their laurels. Burnson, Patrick 681
Great Lakes looking good. 117
GTM: Navigating uncertain global waters. McCrea, Bridget 1447
J.B. Hunt advances final-mile offerings with acquisition. 138
Mobile printer's platform connects to apps for versatility. 117
MOBILITY: Creating the Intelligent global supply chain: As shippers strive to develop intelligent supply chains, smarter, faster mobility and connectivity tools are playing a key role in helping them get there. McCrea, Bridget 1444
Move to improve global mining supply chain. 144
New shuttle, warehouse control system. 126
OCEAN CARRIER TRENDS: Containing capacity while remaining poised for growth: While the prospects for container shipping are brightening, downside risks of increased inward-looking policies and the rise of trade protectionism are weighing on the outlook for carriers. Burnson, Patrick 1554
On-demand warehousing prepares for takeoff. Forger, Gary 1821
Packaging's new role in e-fulfillment. Ous, Kyle 2307
Paying the piper on the high seas. Moore, Peter 596
ProMat 2019 to showcase record number of exhibitors, 45,000+ attendees: Manufacturing and supply chain expo is scheduled to be held April 8-11 at Chicago's McCormick Place and co-locate with Automate 2019. (SHOW PLANNER). Specter, Sara Pearson 1599
RAIL. 158
Reach, place pallet loads at heights up to 542 inches. 114
Reduce fatigue in manual pallet loading, unloading with leveler. 137
Scalable solutions for e-commerce and fashion markets. 105
Solid overall economic fundamentals rosy for trucking industry. Schulz, John D. 557
State of Global Logistics: Time for a reality check. Burnson, Patrick 1650
The shutdown showdown: Freight implications. Berman, Jeff 459
TRUCKING. 169
U.S.-bound waterborne shipments cap record year. 155
UPS introduces new Saturday export pick-up. 102
WATER. 177

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