Inbound Logistics | September 2022


> Lufthansa Cargo is expanding its long- haul route network in the 2022-2023 winter flight schedule with additional flights to high-demand destinations such as Hong Kong, Kansai, Seoul, Mexico City, and Chicago, and including a new destination: Hanoi. Hanoi will be served twice a

week from Frankfurt via Mumbai from the beginning of November. In addition, service from Frankfurt via Kansai to Seoul will increase from three to four weekly flights. The frequency to Hong Kong, China, will also be increased from four to five weekly flights.

from o9 Solutions , an AI software platform provider. Embedded in its integrated business planning platform, the solutions include product and enterprise environmental footprint measurement, traceability, ESG risk management, ESG- enabled business planning, sustainable sourcing, and supply chain circularity. > Tech Mahindra , a provider of digital transformation solutions, and Tada Cognitive Solutions , a digital twin-enabled supply chain software provider, are partnering to digitally transform supply chain networks. The joint offerings

> Supply chain visibility company FourKites launched a platform upgrade that enables

Mastery to further develop the platform for its ocean business targeting a late 2023 launch. > Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN), a not- for-profit technology consortium building a blockchain-enabled operating system for global trade, rolled out Cargo Release in Latin America, starting with ports across Mexico and Panama. Since its debut in China in 2021, Cargo Release—a blockchain-enabled application—has been rolled out across Southeast Asia, Europe, and now also Latin America, serving more than 10,000 customers.

let manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, and retail enterprises build real-time end-to-end visibility across the entire supply chain network with control tower implementations. > Trailer Bridge launched the new MasterMind TMS with Mastery Logistics Systems to increase visibility into customers’ freight movement and efficiency in its operations. Aiming to expand services to better serve shippers, Trailer Bridge pushed out the new software to its 12 logistics branches across the United States and is currently working with

organizations to leverage supply chain visibility data across their enterprise. The new release integrates real-time transportation visibility and facility-specific data, across all modes, to help drive efficiencies and prevent disruptions across the end-to-end supply chain. > Enterprises can improve the environmental and social impact performance of their global supply chains with a new suite of sustainability solutions

> SEKO Logistics unveiled the latest version of SEKO Live to help retailers deliver big and bulky goods. Reducing the risk of returns, it gives SEKO’s last- mile delivery specialists and consumers quick and direct access to product technicians and exception management specialists located within SEKO’s Control Tower operations and network operations centers or to a retailer’s own product and customer service teams. Customers can share, stream, and connect with central resources during product installation to resolve any concerns.


> Sterling Transportation offers a three-day LTL and FTL service from Florida to Texas and the West Coast, in addition to its Los Angeles- to-Florida service. The company’s Miami facility is U.S. Customs bonded, open 7 days a week, and located close to Miami International Airport.

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