Inbound Logistics | January 2022


New Services and Solutions


> RK Logistics Group, a provider of warehousing, e-commerce fulfillment, and supply chain management services, opened a new facility in Hayward, California. The facility provides warehousing, product staging, and distribution services for Silicon Valley manufacturers, suppliers, and retail e-commerce shippers. > BioCare, a therapeutics distributor, launched LogiCare3PL, a third- party logistics (3PL) offering that provides specialty pharmaceutical manufacturers order-to- cash, inventory management, packaging, and shipping services. > DSV introduced Green Logistics—a set of green offerings—with the aim of reducing emissions for customers. The Green Logistics solutions, including CO2 reporting, green supply chain design and optimization, sustainable fuel offerings, and carbon offsetting, are available for companies of all

> Stena Line is launching a route between Stockholm Norvik Port (pictured) and Hanko in Finland. In February 2022, the vessel Urd will come into service on the new route, while a second vessel, Stena Gothica , will be added to the route in May, providing daily departures from both ports. Both vessels offer cargo and passenger capacity.

volume by splitting it with the company’s facility in Doral (near Miami), speeding delivery and boosting service for customers in both Miami-Dade and Broward counties. > Flexport, a global logistics platform, launched the Flexport Certified Partner Network, a vetted ecosystem of logistics service providers. Certified Partners are held to data, security, and compliance standards and equipped with the Flexport Platform to ensure end-to-end milestone visibility and performance monitoring.

> Gebrüder Weiss now offers a zero-emissions service to its customers in North America. Companies have the opportunity to fully compensate for the CO2 emissions generated during the transport of their cargo. Through its zero-emissions service, the provider can compute and document the CO2 output for every North American shipment carried worldwide.

sizes globally and across transportation modes.

> DHL opened a new facility in Miami Gardens to bolster its capacity in South Florida. The new facility addresses increasing B2C and B2B e-commerce shipment

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