Monthly Archives: October 2017

Instacart Is Expanding to Canada in Amazon Battle

Grocery-delivery startup Instacart Inc. has refrained from rushing expansion beyond the U.S., unlike many other startups valued at more than $1 billion. But Amazon.com Inc . AMZN -0.60% ’s surprising acquisition of Whole Foods has changed those plans. Instacart is … Continue reading

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Collaboration Key in Creating Competitive Advantages Through Supply Chains

Research confirms cross-functional collaboration and supply chain integration are challenging business goals that many companies deprioritize because the value is difficult to define. BOSTON, MA, October, 27, 2017 – Research recently published by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Global Supply … Continue reading

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Omnitracs Completes Acquisition of Shaw Tracking

The finalized agreement further solidifies Omnitracs’ presence in Canada in preparation for new government regulations including electronic logging devices (ELDs) Omnitracs, LLC, a global pioneer of fleet management solutions to transportation and logistics companies, today announced the completion of its … Continue reading

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Raymond Handling Celebrates 30 Years with Annual Pink Pallet Jack Project

Onsite and Online Events will Benefit ‘The Tina Fund’ and ‘Northwest Hope and Healing’ During Breast Cancer Awareness Month AUBURN, Wash., October 16, 2017 – Raymond Handling Concepts Corporation (RHCC), a leading materials handling equipment supplier in Northern California and … Continue reading

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