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Thursday September 16 2021 - Morning Minute
FreightWaves Morning Minute for Thursday September 16 2021. Read the headlines at FreightWaves.com
More change to grocery supply chain in next 10 years than previous 100 EP22 Point of Sale
Sr. Retail Analyst Andrew Cox is joined by respected e-commerce expert Brittain Ladd to discuss the rapid changes occurring in the grocery supply chain. From online ordering, to micro fulfillment, same-day and same-hour rapid delivery, there’s structural shifts playing out. Join us to learn about robotics, gig economy couriers, various MFC models, and the future of grocery retail.
Have Spot Rates Peaked? EP25 #withSONAR
On today's episode of #WithSONAR, Luke and Kyle will discuss the possibility that spot rates have peaked and what signals are pointing toward that picture.
Driving automation EP355 WHAT THE TRUCK?!?
On today’s episode Dooner and The Dude are talking to Locomation driver DJ Hoff about what autonomous convoys mean for drivers.
With eCommerce Week back in Los Angeles, HawkeMedia founder and CEO Erik Huberman gets us up-to-date on the inner workings of e-comm.
Vets2Trucking owner Ivan Hernandez celebrates National Driver Appreciation Week and discusses veterans in trucking and how the industry can show it cares.
H.D. White Logistics LLC CEO Hope White is moving reefer in reefers and connecting the ports in the Southeast.
Plus, container ships named after New England Patriots; a BMW drives under a semi; bad math sinks the Golden Ray; and the Suez versus the largest ship in the world.
What does the Roadie acquisition mean for UPS? EP86 Great Quarter, Guys
Sr. Retail Analyst Andrew Cox is joined by Lead Economist Anthony Smith to chat with Nate Skiver, Founder of LPF Spend Management, a consultancy focused on leveling the playing field for e-commerce shippers. The three discuss the importance of UPS’ acquisition of Roadie, the upcoming peakiest of peaks for parcel, and the current state of e-commerce home delivery.
EVs need chargers, and Wallbox can provide EP23 Transmission
Wallbox has already sold 200,000 electric vehicle charging units, but with EV sales expected to grow rapidly in the coming years, the company is expanding production to the U.S. We talk with CEO Enric Asunción about the new plant and how they’re designing products to avoid future supply chain shortages.