In the News
November 18, 2014
As technology continues to become more sophisticated every day, companies are able to run leaner and more powerful operations. However, from manufacturing assembly lines to service industries, more and more professions are being replaced by machines and devices that eclipse the capabilities of humans.
October 28, 2014
Blueberries from Chile, Peru and Brazil may soon be heading toward U.S. tables via Savannah, Georgia, opening another shipping market in the city’s emergence as a major trade hub.
With a population of just 143,000, Savannah trails only New York City as an East Coast container port and ranks No. 4 nationally after Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, according to Datamyne and compiled by Bloomberg.
September 26, 2014
In a sprawling warehouse near the world’s busiest airport, UPS workers carefully select commercial printer parts from a series of bins, then package them up for customers who need printers repaired. Elsewhere in the UPS facility, employees meticulously inspect airplane engine parts and compare them to blueprints before they are placed on shelves.
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