The trucking industry is starting to normalize as the coronavirus pandemic loses its grasp on the economy, a panel of experts said March 23.
Federal lawmakers are working on numerous regulatory and legislative changes that could impact transportation, experts highlighted Sept. 29 at the Coyote Logistics Digital Summit.
Supply chain managers should give AI and other technologies 60% of tasks, according to a recent report by Coyote Logistics, a UPS Inc. subsidiary based in Chicago.
Coyote Logistics made several new appointments to its executive leadership team, according to a Sept. 13 news release.September 16, 2019
Despite a freight slowdown in the first half of 2019, shipper demand is at an inflection point, and spot-market truckload business will rebound in the fourth quarter, according to officials from Coyote Logistics, a UPS Inc.-owned third-party logistics company based in Chicago.
UPS Inc. announced Nov. 7 it has joined the Blockchain in Trucking Alliance to assist in creating industry standards and protocols to enable blockchain platforms to operate together with established technologies.November 7, 2017
Coyote Logistics will open a 48,000-square-foot office in northeast Atlanta and create 325 jobs, spending more than $6 million.July 21, 2017
UPS Inc. announced it has completed the $1.8 billion purchase of third-party provider Coyote Logistics to expand the package carrier’s presence in the domestic brokerage market.August 18, 2015