Inbound Logistics | September 2022

[ IN FOCUS ] INBRIEF New Services and Solutions



warehouse offers 330,000 square feet of warehouse space with 30 dock doors. The facility is also food-grade certified, rail-served by CSX, and operates as a general- purpose foreign trade zone. > Omni Logistics opened its new, 366,711-square- foot, three-building Dallas campus, located 8 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Offering space for cross- dock, warehouse, and distribution operations, the gated campus is C-TPAT certified, protected by guards, and can accommodate shippers with high-security needs.

and quality, USB Type-C connectivity, and a broader range of compatible media, including thicker paper and labels. > Secured NFC tags from Infineon offer brand protection for original equipment manufacturers, with 304 bytes, 1 KB, 2 KB, and 4 KB of user memory. The near field communication tags prevent mechanical and electrical intervention from non- compatible, sub-standard accessories and parts and can be embedded in a range of products, such as power tools, electric toothbrushes, and medical devices.

> Expedite All launched an expedite transportation network that gives shippers on-demand access to more than 1,000 carriers offering 5,000+ expedite vehicles at rates up to 10% lower than traditional expedite. The short-, medium- and long- haul expedite services can be utilized for routine shipping needs. > 3PL Evans Distribution Systems acquired a license from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission, permitting its Romulus- based warehouse to store alcoholic beverages. The

> The Insert Tubs shipping and storage solution from S&S Plastics lets shippers store up to eight stock- keeping units in a single standard tote. The tub is made from 100% recycled plastic and provides separation inside totes. > Brother Mobile Solutions launched the PocketJet 8 series of printers designed to increase warehouse efficiency. Suited for distribution centers as well as back-of-store retail environments, the PocketJet 8 series offers increased print speed

> The QuickCollect GO! Cube from Bell and Howell is a scalable indoor freestanding automated order pickup system that allows customers to obtain orders in seconds. The QuickCollect GO! Cube is part of the GO! product family that helps retailers reduce the cost, complexity, and environmental impact of last-mile delivery by enabling unattended pickup of a variety of items and packages, including grocery orders, from automated kiosks.

> Marine Repair Services-Container Maintenance Corporation (MRS-CMC) , a provider of intermodal services, opened a new depot facility at Port Houston. The facility expands its storage, distribution, repair, and capacity services in the region and provides shippers more service options, including loaded container storage, empty container storage and repairs, chassis start/stop and repairs.

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