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The middle mile in the supply chain is ripe for efficiency gains, while its repeatable routes make it a fit for early autonomous transportation adoption. Gatik’s Sam Saad explains when, how, and why.

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COVID-19 Strains Last-Mile Delivery Logistics

The latest news from Amazon that it is pausing a test of a service that would compete with UPS and FedEx reflects the strain that the COVID-19 pandemic is placing on last-mile delivery logistics.

Automate Logistics for the Holidays

A growth in package deliveries is leaving logistics companies overwhelmed with the influx of shipments and looking for any way they can save time to keep pace with increasing delivery demands.

Report: Amazon Purchasing Class 8 Day Cab Tractors

A report in Business Insider seems to confirm speculation that Amazon is currently building up its long- and regional-haul capabilities in preparation for launching a proprietary logistics division in the near future.

DHL Opens Americas Innovation Center

DHL is looking to current and future technology for its supply chain, warehouse, and package delivery services, from robots to machine learning.

Uber Freight Facility Insights Reinforce Need for Speed

Uber Freight published its first report delving into the results of its new Facility Ratings, reinforcing what we already knew -- keeping trucks and drivers waiting at facilities is the biggest mistake shippers make when it comes to being a "shipper of choice."