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

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2020 Trade Update: MORE COMPLEXITY IN COMPLIANCE: Most countries impose legal control on the export of goods from their jurisdictions, while international trade agreements often include additional regulations. However, failing to observe new laws and sanctions can have severe consequences for importers as well. Burnson, Patrick 1683
AAR reports more declines. 118
AIR. 173
ATA September truck tonnage stays in familiar range. 176
CDL drug and alcohol clearinghouse database expected to tighten driver supply. Schulz, John D. 801
Digital Freight Matching: DFM technology continues to make strides: Even with trucking volumes down in 2019, digital freight matching (DFM) remains hot on the radar of shippers as a way to secure space and improve visibility. Berman, Jeff 1594
FedEx Freight expands FedEx Freight Direct. 121
From the Department of (Intermodal) Corrections. Correction notice 111
LANXESS: Embracing the future one step at a time: How one manufacturer leveraged its long-term managed transportation relationship to gain access to top-of-the-line transportation management systems, carrier options, real-time cost data and end-to-end supply chain visibility. McCrea, Bridget 1518
Light-industrial properties are gaining traction, says CBRE. Berman, Jeff 490
Lowest manufacturing output in decade looms as economic concern. Berman, Jeff 663
LS2: Cranking up the SPEED of delivery: How the world's second-largest motorcycle helmet manufacturer put a scalable, on-demand warehousing and fulfillment platform to work to get product to dealers quickly and efficiently--and witness triple-digit revenue growth in the process. McCrea, Bridget 1580
New leadership reshaping an iconic ocean cargo gateway. Burnson, Patrick 649
NextGen Technologies: BUILDING THE SUPPLY CHAINS OF THE FUTURE: A new crop of supply chain technologies promise to increase efficiency, visibility and speed. Five technologists share their vision of the future. Forger, Gary 3365
Parcel players plan to make holiday returns more convenient: UPS, FedEx and Amazon increase returns offerings on multiple fronts. Berman, Jeff 780
Parcel Volume Index indicates sustained growth. 142
RAIL. 154
Transformation starts with the basics. Levans, Michael A. 562
Transport regulation update. Moore, Peter 598
Trucking & Freight Markets 360[degrees]. 1171
Trucking Regulations Update: MORE RED TAPE: New HOS tweaks top the list of regulatory changes heading into 2020. Carriers say flexibility is key to effective industry regulation covering the niche sectors that make up this dominant, $700 billion industry. Schulz, John D. 1528
TRUCKLOAD MARKET: IN SEARCH OF SEASONALITY: Volumes are firming, rates are improving and shippers are enjoying plenty of truckload capacity--for now. However, this environment has left the market wondering what effect the recent bankruptcies and the economy will have on trucking efficiency heading into 2020. Schulz, John D. 1657
U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index shows no immediate signs of recession. 158
U.S. Chamber of Commerce continues to make the case for USMCA. Berman, Jeff 356
UPS and collaborate on reseller deal. 114
UPS receives FAA certification to operate drones. 138
WATER. 162

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