Tagged With Logistics

Deliveries of household essentials like bread and milk could be slashed by a third under Melbourne's stage four restrictions, logistics companies warn

Another US passenger airline will now also fly cargo freighters as more carriers court package hauling as a new source of revenue

UPS leaps 11% after soaring delivery demand fuels earnings beat

In a war with China, the US Navy's warships might not be the first target

The Nintendo Switch is sold out everywhere, and it likely won't be back in stock until the summer

Costco just bought up a logistics company from Sears' owner for $1 billion

The US could face shortages of crucial medicines like antibiotics and a heart drug because of the coronavirus. Here's what you need to know.

DHL put on a fashion show on the tarmac at New York's JFK Airport right in front of a Boeing 767 cargo plane

Business Insider is seeking nominations for 2020 Logistics Disruptors

A 26-year-old socialist running for Congress says he lived in his truck with his wife for a year to save up money to run

FedEx burns $3.5 billion in market value after a brutal earnings report

Why the US's top military commander in Europe goes to bed thinking about how to get around the continent

UPS workers allegedly trafficked 1,000s of pounds of drugs, cash, and fake vapes across the country

Amazon's in-house delivery network is about to face the ultimate test this holiday season as the retail giant doubles down on competing with UPS and FedEx

This autonomous trucking startup out of MIT wants computers to think like human drivers, and it just became the first self-driving truck investment for Founders Fund

A CEO explains the 4 'big innovation jobs' every leader should take on to successfully grow their business

UPS just redesigned its driver uniforms for the first time in decades. Here's how the 'browns' have looked since 1921.

FedEx is severing shipping ties with Amazon as Jeff Bezos' company scales up its own logistics operation

UPS drivers are ditching commercial navigation apps for an in-house tool. The chief engineering and information officer explains how it's already saving the company millions.

A trucking company's net income plunged from $2.5 million to $1,000 — and it's yet another chilling sign of the trucking 'bloodbath'