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Key Trends Driving Digital Transformation in the Freight Industry

Robotics Automation News

The freight and shipping industry is going through some major changes lately as new technologies shake up the old way of doing things. For any business that relies on some form of logistics – whether sending products across town or across the world – keeping up with the latest digital advances is becoming critical for […]

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Einride goes live in Norway to lead electric deployment of freight mobility

Robotics Automation News

Einride, a freight mobility company that provides digital, electric and autonomous technology, has launched its solutions in Norway, the country with the highest number of electric vehicles per person.

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New freight access scheme to boost manufacturing and agricultural productivity

AU Manufacturing

Significant work will be undertaken to improve the Charles Street bridge in Launceston, paving the way for increased freight productivity for critical state industries such as agriculture and manufacturing. The freight upgrade initiative will be implemented over five years, with some Stage 1 projects’ designs already underway.

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Indian Railways orders 1,200 freight locos from Siemens

E&T

These locomotives will be used for freight transport throughout the Indian Railways network and are specified to haul loads of 4,500 tons at a maximum speed of 120km/h, putting them among the most powerful freight locomotives in the world.

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Supply meets demand: New sourcing automation solution targets ocean freight procurement

Manufacturing & Logistics IT

Global provider of Intelligent Sourcing Automation, Keelvar, has launched its new AI-powered ocean freight sourcing automation solution.

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60 miles of electrification is ‘no regrets’ way to get diesel trains off key freight routes

E&T

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – CILT(UK) – has released a detailed map and strategy for electrifying rail freight operations by the mid-2040s. Also included are routes serving other key rail freight customers such as the steel industry. The strategy benefits passengers as well as freight customers.

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Two high school welding teachers win Harbor Freight prize

The Fabricator

Two high school welding teachers and their programs have been named winners of the Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence.

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