CloudSort Focuses on Driving Efficiency, Flexibility, and Scalability to the Middle Mile
April 11, 2023
CloudSort said its approach to optimizing middle-mile shipping is an alternative to hub-and-spoke operations that takes advantage of its distributed network of shippers.
Embark and U.S. Xpress Partner to Add Nationwide Terminal Network for Autonomous Transfer Point Operations
May 6, 2022
Embark Trucks says U.S. Xpress has joined its partner development program and will add its fleet properties to Embark's transfer point network for autonomous trucks.
CEVA Logistics and Kodiak Robotics Launch Autonomous Trucking Deliveries in Oklahoma
March 10, 2022
Kodiak Robotics' partnership with CEVA Logistics has expanded self-driving truck services from Texas to Oklahoma toward the goal of integration into CEVA's North American fleet.
Parallel Systems Raises Series A Funding for Autonomous, Electric Rail Vehicles
January 24, 2022
By making trains shorter and using its autonomous, electric railcars, freight transportation could be more efficient, environmentally sustainable, and faster, says Parallel Systems.
Waymo and J.B. Hunt Expand Autonomous Freight Testing in Texas
January 17, 2022
Waymo Via, which is developing Class 8 self-driving trucks, and J.B. Hunt, one of the largest supply chain providers in North America, are building on successful trials.
Embark, Ryder to Establish Nationwide Network of Freight Transfer Points for Autonomous Truck Fleet
September 21, 2021
Embark's autonomous trucking network will gain access to Ryder's freight transfer points, fleet management options, and maintenance facilities across the U.S.
Why the Tech Giants are Focusing on Trucks and Ships
December 18, 2016
The high tech companies that have focused on ecommerce and fulfillment are expanding across the supply chain, leveraging vast amounts of capital to expand their future business.