2022 Ford F-150 Lightning transitions into the best F-150

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The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning strikes at the core of what a pickup truck has been and what it can become. The battery electric version of America’s longtime bestselling vehicle doesn’t reinvent the truck. Yet it makes the truck better in every way. Quieter but more capable, quicker but more […]

Mild facelift pegged for popular SUV

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BMW has been spotted testing prototypes for an updated X5 that should be hitting the market soon. The updates pegged for the popular mid-size SUV will constitute a mid-cycle update for the current fourth-generation X5 which arrived in 2018 as a 2019 model. Look for the updated version to arrive […]

Driver Shortage: Don’t Fall For It

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May 05, 2022 | By Brian C. Gaffney Tags: Trucking, Supply Chain Management, Legislation, Public Policy, and Regulations, Labor Management, Transportation The talking point that states the trucking industry is facing a driver shortage to explain the state of supply chain is a lie. Don’t fall for it. There has […]

New Multimodal Hub in Georgia Provides Supply Chain Solutions

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May 05, 2022 Tags: Warehousing, Transportation Infrastructure, Ports, Intermodal, Cross-Docking Tradition Logistics’ new facility in Savannah, Georgia, offers comprehensive supply chain and logistics solutions, from warehousing and inventory management to fulfillment and distribution. THE CHALLENGE With many shippers diverting cargo ships from the Port of Los Angeles to Savannah, the […]

2023 Nissan Z gets faster, softer, better looking

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The 2023 Nissan Z only exists because of enthusiasts within the company. Back-channel dealings by sports car product chief Hiroshi Tamura and design boss Alfonso Albaisa resulted in a design beautiful enough to convince Nissan brass it was worth continuing the Z’s 53-year history. The one caveat was the new […]

2025 Audi Q5 spy shots: Redesigned SUV spotted

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Audi has been caught testing a prototype for a redesigned Q5. Expected in 2024 as a 2025 model, the new third-generation Q5 will be Audi’s last with internal-combustion power, as the automaker has confirmed that only electric vehicles will be launched beyond 2026. The new Q5 was spotted testing alongside […]

Say Yes to the YMS

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Companies sometimes overlook how important the yard is to their success. Without proper management, facilitated by a yard management system (YMS), pile ups can lead to delays, fees, and a full shipment of stress.

Parts and Parcels – Inbound Logistics

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May 05, 2022 | By Karen Kroll Tags: Demand Planning, Food Logistics, Supply Chain Rony Kordahi is chief operating officer with Parts Town, a distributor of restaurant equipment parts. Responsibilities: Supply chain planning, including purchasing and inventory management; program management office; e-commerce; distribution; operations; and sales to independent restaurant segment. […]

Mid-cycle update for high-riding Raging Bull

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Whether you’re a fan or not, Lamborghini’s Urus SUV has proven to be a huge hit for the Italian marque. Despite the ongoing pandemic, Lamborghini managed to deliver a record 8,405 vehicles in 2021, with the Urus accounting for almost 60% percent of this tally. The exact number was 5,021 units […]

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