In its ruling, the commission said the USPS would have to file again if it wants to expand the test beyond San Francisco. USPS has indicated it may seek to expand the test to such cities as Phoenix, Ariz., Las Vegas, Nev. and Portland, Ore.
PSI Technics’ MA6000MC Motion Analysis Kit is designed as the industry’s first tool that offers the ability to analyze the behavior of any crane system used in automated storage and retrieval facilities (ASRS) in real time.
Hannaford to Go launched at the Dover, N.H., store around three years ago. It has since added a second New Hampshire site (Goffstown), four sites in New York (Colonie, Guilderland, Niskayuna and Saratoga) and Maine stores in Yarmouth and North Windham.
ShopWings will use a network of personal shoppers to deliver from local stores within two hours of an order being placed. Customers will pay the retail price of the items plus a €4.90 ($6.21) delivery charge.
The electronic logging device (ELD) mandate is one of several regulations for commercial truck drivers enforced by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
The ELD, which takes effect is 2016, is...
The most comprehensive survey of technology usage by North American food manufacturers was recently completed by the marketing research division of TR Cutler, Inc. A total of 512 companies participated in the survey. Respondents ranged from C-level...
UPS announced it will expand UPS My Choice and the UPS Access Point network, two of the company's services that work together to provide online shoppers and global retailers new personalized solutions to manage residential package deliveries.
The company, which is clearly attempting to combat Amazon Prime, has been busy working out deals with major retailers – especially the brick-and-mortar big box stores that have felt the impacts of Amazon’s e-commerce efforts over the years.
Currently online grocery store sales account for about 4 percent of market-level spending, but over the next decade it’s expected these sales will account for between 11 percent and 17 percent of the total.
The new “Hannaford-to-Go” is a service that would allow customers to place orders online, employees would then pack their groceries and customers would later visit the store to pick up their groceries at a drive-through.
The company focused its efforts this year on equipping existing stores to offer "click and collect", where customers can order online and pick up in person. This service is now offered at 202 of its 931 stores around the country.
Ozark Mountain Poultry, based in Rogers, Ark., produces 1.5 million pounds of hand-deboned poultry per week in more than 25,000 square feet of production space, supported by another 50,000 square feet of quality control, coolers and docks. The company has...