How to Configure Machine Learning

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Extensibility Overview Part 2

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Extensibility Overview Part 1

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Clouds on the horizon

By Bob Trebilcock · October 16, 2018 “Lions and tigers and bears, Oh my.” The Wizard of Oz I don’t think any but a few curmudgeons would argue that the economy has been hitting on all cylinders for the last two years. What’s more, the Fed recently raised its estimates for growth and reported that from where it sits, blue skies are ahead. Today at MHI’s annual conference in Orlando, Jason Schenker, the founder of Prestige Economics , declared that view a little too optimistic, with clouds on the horizon. Those include a slowing of growth in 2019 and what I understood to be a mild recession in 2020, followed by a modest uptick in growth in 2021. Why the divergence? Schenker told attendees that in an effort to remain politically neutral, the Fed is not considering the impact of tariffs on the U.S., or the global economy for that...
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See Your Supply Chain Like Never Before

Date/Time Wednesday, October 24, 2018 2:00PM Moderator Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Supply Chain Group, Peerless Media LLC. Panelists Sean T. Riley, Global Industry Director, Manufacturing & Transportation, Software AG Erick Argueta, Vice President, Global Enterprise Solutions, Visual Enterprise Architecture Register Today! How do the world’s top supply chains see further and act faster? Many of them are gaining an understanding of how their supply chain flows are tied to outcomes to stay ahead of problems, and gain whole new efficiencies. In this demonstration, you’ll see how to: Gain actionable insights with an end-to-end view of your supply chainIdentify new opportunities for supply chain process improvementReduce bottlenecks, while improving profit margins and satisfaction Register Today! Subscribe to Supply Chain Management Review Magazine! Subscribe today. Don't Miss Out! Get in-depth coverage from industry experts with proven techniques for cutting supply chain costs and case studies in supply chain best practices. Start...
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Toyota Forklifts launches new order picker model line-up

Home > Material Handling > Toyota Forklifts launches new order picker model line-up Material Handling October 12, 2018 The company expanded its product line to help warehouse customer meet growing demands. By DC Velocity Staff Toyota Forklifts has introduced three new order pickers. The company says its new products offer advances in efficiency technology with Toyota's optional Lift Logic Speed and Height Control System, enabling fast and easy picking. The line includes Toyota's first model in the class to offer a 36-volt option that reaches a maximum reach height of 390 inches. The three new models come equipped with AC Drive and two models come standard with AC Lift. The entry-level model is a 24-volt that lifts up to 240 inches. The mid-level model is also a 24-volt and lifts up to 366 inches with faster lift speeds than competitive 24-Volt models. Finally, the premium-level model is a 36-volt and...
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U.S. rail carload and intermodal volumes see slight annual gains

By LM Staff · October 12, 2018 United States rail carload and intermodal volumes saw annual gains for the week ending October 6, the Association of American Railroads (AAR) reported this week. Rail carloads, at 269,394, saw a 0.7% annual gain, and were below the weeks ending September 29 and September 22 at 272, 306 and 272,615, respectively. AAR said that six of the ten carload commodity groups it tracks posted annual gains, including petroleum and petroleum products, up 2,579 carloads, to 12,545; coal, up 1,250 carloads, to 88,939; and metallic ores and metals, up 880 carloads, to 22,121. Commodity groups that posted decreases compared with the same week in 2017 included grain, down 1,918 carloads, to 22,641; nonmetallic minerals, down 1,557 carloads, to 37,581; and miscellaneous carloads, down 154 carloads, to 9,860. Intermodal containers and trailers headed up 1.8% annually to 284,604, which trailed the weeks ending September 29...
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Baltic Index Rises as Capesize Rates Jump

The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships ferrying dry bulk commodities, rose on Friday, helped by strong demand for capesize vessels. * The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax and supramax shipping vessels, gained 64 points, or 4.2 percent, to 1,579 points. * The capesize index marked its highest daily percentage gain since July 12 rising 8.2 percent, or 164 points, to 2,169 points. * Average daily earnings for capesizes, which typically transport 170,000-180,000 tonne cargoes such as iron ore and coal, were up $1,541 at $18,746. * The panamax index rose 12 points or 0.7 percent to 1,775 points. * Average daily earnings for panamaxes, which usually carry coal or grain cargoes of about 60,000 to 70,000 tonnes, increased $94 to $14,227. * The supramax index fell 3 points to 1,204 points. Reporting by Harshith Aranya in Bengaluru Original link

Transport is more than a commodity – DHL report

Four out five businesses are willing to pay more for better and value-added services as long as they provide a measurable return on their investment, according to a study by DHL Supply Chain. The report, “The Logistics Transport Evolution: The Road ahead”, found that companies are increasingly viewing ground transport as being more than a tactical commodity, with 71 per cent now considering it to be a strategic component of their businesses. And three quarters said investing time and resources in ground transport will directly help their company sales. The growth of e-commerce and its implications on service was identified by 65 per cent of companies as having a significant impact on their supply chain in the next couple of years. “We undertook this study to gain an insight into exactly what companies expect from their transport service providers, both today and tomorrow,” said Javier Bilbao, global transport lead and chief...
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Jolly green Hactl to install large-scale solar panels

Hong Kong cargo handler Hactl has taken the next step in its 'Green Terminal' project by installing 1,300 sq m of solar panels on the roof of its SuperTerminal 1 facility in Hong Kong. Hactl’s new solar power installation will feature 518 panels with the electricity generation capacity of 160 kWp, with the “renewable energy” fed into the power grid. Hactl chief executive Wilson Kwong said: “This is a major step forward in Hactl’s Green Terminal project, and will make a significant contribution to our efforts to minimise our terminal’s environmental impact. We believe that Hactl has once again set an example for others to follow, both in Hong Kong and elsewhere. “Given the size and nature of buildings in the world of air cargo and logistics, the scope for similar installations is enormous; and there is a strong economic argument as well as an environmental one.” The system is being designed, installed and...
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