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Hot takes

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Why Route Optimization is Vital for Retailers
  • What Do B2B On Demand Deliveries Look Like?

    We live in an on-demand world. Given the advancements in consumer delivery, it’s only natural that on demand B2B deliveries will find new use cases.

    What Do B2B On Demand Deliveries Look Like?
  • What’s Next for the On-Demand Economy

    Change, as they say, is the only thing you can count on. Since the turn of the century the pace of change in nearly every aspect of life, particularly with regards to technology, has increased dramatically. Since the tech world licked its wounds after the dot-com bust, the innovative ways in which new technology has…

    What’s Next for the On-Demand Economy
  • A Timeline of Amazon’s Shipping and Fulfillment Evolution

    We’ve spent a lot of time lately discussing, dissecting, and analyzing Amazon’s changing supply chain over the last few years. With the most recent news of Amazon leasing a fleet of aircraft from Boeing, it’s becoming crystal clear what their intentions are.

    A Timeline of Amazon’s Shipping and Fulfillment Evolution
  • Amazon’s “Operation Dragon Boat” and What it Means for the Shipping Industry

    It sounds like something straight out of a James Bond movie: A secret operation called “Dragon Boat,” kept under wraps from the public. Recently we wrote about Amazon’s purchase of the French shipping company Colis Prive’…

    Amazon’s “Operation Dragon Boat” and What it Means for the Shipping Industry
  • What Can We Learn From Amazon’s Purchase of Colis Prive’

    It’s a relatively well know fact that Amazon wants to own the entire supply chain – in fact, in many places they already are. But Amazon’s purchase of the remaining 75% that it didn’t already own in the French parcel service Colis Prive’ is different.

    What Can We Learn From Amazon’s Purchase of Colis Prive’