Purolator International, a provider of North American logistics services, has expanded its next-day air delivery into Canada, making the service available to more U.S.-based shippers. Purolator International’s cross-border air network is ideal for critical parts, healthcare supplies and high-value goods. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Purolator International utilized its air network to deliver time-critical test kits
Brain Corp, an AI company creating transformative core technology in the robotics industry, announced that its manufacturing partners are involved in multiple pilots and initial deployments of BrainOS-powered autonomous delivery tugs. The commercial rollouts mark the debut of a new robotic application that uses automation to help retailers move inventory from the stockroom out to store shelves.
Sendle, acarbon neutral shipping carrier specifically designed for small business, has announced a new Etsy integration to help ease small business shipping challenges fueled by the coronavirus pandemic. Sendle has seen an increasing number of Etsy sellers using its shipping platform to book package delivery across the US. Sellers can now connect their Etsy store directly
“The delivery economy” describes the transformation of retail, driven by customer demands for the highest possible level of service. But can companies provide it in an economic fashion? Christian Piller, vice president of value engineering with Project 44, offers a perspective. SCB: How you define the “delivery economy”? Piller: The delivery economy was the subject
Plug Power, a leading provider of hydrogen engines and fueling solutions enabling e-mobility, announced their partnership with Colorado-based Lightning Systems, a global developer of zero-emission drivetrains. This collaboration enables both companies to offer the world’s first electric, fuel cell-powered Class 6 trucks (up to 12.5 tons) capable of supporting middle-mile delivery logistics between warehouses and