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This year, at our Agri-Services Annual Holiday Celebration, we were pleased to recognize members of this division for their outstanding work and dedication to Sylvite over the years.
Additive manufacturing, commonly referred to as 3D printing, might not capture headlines like other potential disruptive technologies like autonomous vehicles and e-commerce, but that ability to print products on-demand could perhaps have the most significant impact on the manufacturing, logistics and trucking industries, according to Eric Starks, chairman and CEO of FTR.3D
Fully autonomous trucks replacing certain segments of drivers is certainly is a possibility, but not for the foreseeable future – and definitely not over the next few years as some aggressive forecasts predict – according to the Trucking: The First Frontier panel at the Future of the Automobile symposium presented last week at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance is applauding Transport Canada’s announcements this week to prioritize vital international freight corridors across Canada.
Chemical industry expansion is moving full speed ahead.
To achieve these goals, plastics resin producers plan to focus on six key areas.
The American Chemistry Council and its members believe chemistry plays an inte...
Montreal, QC — Canadian National Railway is preparing to purchase hundreds of new grain hopper cars to get shipments moving after a bill that encourages ra
Spray hygiene critical with dicamba herbicides.
Here's what you can do to attempt to limit the volatility associated with new dicamba formulations this spring.
Ag biotech companies are tweaking a plant's innate ability to convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water into grain, with the goal of giant yield leaps in a single generation.
May 14, 2018 – Resolute Forest Products Inc. is investing more than $52 million into a strategic plan for its Saint-Félicien pulp mill in the Lac-Sain...
Associations representing manufacturers of vehicles and parts have spoken out against President Donald Trump’s plan to place a 25% tariff on steel and a 10% tariff on aluminum imports, reports Heavy Duty Trucking.
While trucking activity is strong in the U.S., there are lingering threats like the acute driver shortage and talk of the U.S. pulling out of NAFTA, says ATA chief economist Bob Costello.
Uber Technologies announced that its autonomous commercial trucks are now conducting regular freight hauls in Arizona through the Uber Freight network.
We urge President Trump to reconsider imposing these costly tariffs and punishing the very businesses that are helping him grow the economy and create jobs.
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