The advent of new technologies such as Big Data and Analytics, cloud platforms and artificial intelligence has created new markets for the logistics …
Online Freight Services Market
The advent of new technologies such as Big Data and Analytics, cloud platforms and artificial intelligence has created new markets for the logistics market, including Online Freight Services. These providers, including traditional logistics service providers (LSPs) and logistics start-ups, use web technology or app-based innovation solutions to leverage digital technology to visualize, identify, track and resolve inefficiencies in the logistics value chain.
Global Online Freight Services Market to reach +4 Trillion with a CAGR of +13% during the forecast period 2019 to 2025.
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Eminent Players of Online Freight Services Market:
• Cainiao Networks
• Best Logistics
• C3 IoT
• Clearpath Robotics
• GreyOrange Robotics
Global Market Segmentation:
Segmentation by Services:
Warehousing, distribution, and delivery services relating to e-Commerce fulfillment, last-mile delivery, freight and supply chain solutions, and warehouse aggregation.
Segmentation by Regions: North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, and Russia), Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, and Malaysia), Middle East and Africa (Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Syria)
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In a report revealed to clients and investors on 11 April, Shore Capital reiterated their “Buy” rating on shares of Man Group PLC (LON:EMG).
Xpo Logistics Inc (NYSE:XPO) had an increase of 3.71% in short interest. XPO’s SI was 8.53M shares in April as released by FINRA. Its up 3.71% from 8.22 million shares previously. With 3.51M avg volume, 2 days are for Xpo Logistics Inc (NYSE:XPO)’s short sellers to cover XPO’s short positions. The SI to Xpo Logistics Inc’s float is 7.56%. The stock increased 2.41% or $1.44 during the last trading session, reaching $61.2. About 1.72 million shares traded. XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) has declined 50.96% since April 11, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 55.33% the S&P500. Some Historical XPO News: 23/04/2018 – XPO Logistics Appoints Kenneth Wagers as Operating Chief; 03/04/2018 – REG-XPO Logistics Uses Emerging Technology in Robot Security Program; 06/03/2018 XPO LOGISTICS EUROPE SA XPO.PA – SIGNED NEW CONTRACT WITH SOPREMA; 02/05/2018 – XPO Logistics 1Q EPS 50c; 23/03/2018 – Hold XPO Logistics – it’s best in class, says @JimCramer; 07/03/2018 – CAFC: XPO LOGISTICS WORLDWIDE v. US [RULE 36 JUDGMENT] – Appeal #18-1202 – 2018-03-07; 02/04/2018 – XPO Logistics Closes Below 50-Day Moving Average: Technicals; 24/04/2018 – REG-XPO Logistics Launches New Flexible Distribution Model for Omnichannel Retail and E-Commerce Customers; 11/04/2018 – REG-XPO Logistics Launches Single-Entry Platform for Multimodal Freight Transportation Solutions; 23/04/2018 – XPO LOGISTICS INC – TROY COOPER PROMOTED TO PRESIDENT
In a report revealed to clients and investors on 11 April, Shore Capital reiterated their “Buy” rating on shares of Man Group PLC (LON:EMG).
More notable recent XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) news were published by: Fool.com which released: “XPO Off-Loads Chief Operating Officer as Focus Shifts – The Motley Fool” on March 16, 2019, also Fool.com with their article: “Better Buy: XPO Logistics vs. JB Hunt Transportation – The Motley Fool” published on March 30, 2019, Benzinga.com published: “Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) – Wagers, XPO’s COO, Leaves Company After Position Is Eliminated – Benzinga” on March 12, 2019. More interesting news about XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) were released by: Fool.com and their article: “3 Top Value Stocks to Buy Right Now – The Motley Fool” published on March 31, 2019 as well as Benzinga.com‘s news article titled: “2 Analysts Find XPO Logistics Attractive (NYSE:XPO) After 20% Drop – Benzinga” with publication date: December 13, 2018.
XPO Logistics, Inc. provides transportation and logistics services in the United States, North America, France, the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, and internationally. The company has market cap of $6.68 billion. The companyÂ’s Transportation segment offers freight brokerage, last mile, drayage, expedite, less-than truckload, intermodal, truckload, and forwarding services; and time-critical, time-sensitive, or high priority freight shipment services. It has a 21.25 P/E ratio. The Company’s Logistics segment provides contract logistics services, including engineered and customized solutions, value-added warehousing and distribution, cold chain solutions, omni-channel distribution, reverse logistics, transportation management, freight bill audit and payment, lean manufacturing support, aftermarket support, and supply chain optimization solutions to firms and government agencies.
Among 12 analysts covering XPO Logistics (NYSE:XPO), 11 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 1 Hold. Therefore 92% are positive. XPO Logistics has $130 highest and $65 lowest target. $77.54’s average target is 26.70% above currents $61.2 stock price. XPO Logistics had 24 analyst reports since October 30, 2018 according to SRatingsIntel. The company was downgraded on Monday, January 14 by KeyBanc Capital Markets. Raymond James maintained it with “Buy” rating and $65 target in Tuesday, February 19 report. Bank of America maintained XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) rating on Thursday, December 13. Bank of America has “Buy” rating and $84 target. Oppenheimer maintained XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) rating on Friday, April 5. Oppenheimer has “Outperform” rating and $65 target. Morgan Stanley maintained XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) rating on Monday, November 5. Morgan Stanley has “Overweight” rating and $128 target. The stock has “Buy” rating by Loop Capital Markets on Tuesday, February 19. The firm has “Overweight” rating by Barclays Capital given on Monday, December 17. SunTrust maintained XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) rating on Tuesday, February 19. SunTrust has “Buy” rating and $65 target. The rating was maintained by Stifel Nicolaus on Tuesday, February 19 with “Buy”. Credit Suisse maintained it with “Outperform” rating and $119 target in Monday, November 5 report.
Investors sentiment decreased to 0.73 in 2018 Q4. Its down 0.35, from 1.08 in 2018Q3. It dived, as 93 investors sold XPO Logistics, Inc. shares while 129 reduced holdings. 57 funds opened positions while 105 raised stakes. 85.15 million shares or 9.73% less from 94.33 million shares in 2018Q3 were reported. Utd Services Automobile Association has invested 0% in XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO). Middleton Ma has 9,560 shares. Signalpoint Asset Ltd Llc reported 25,157 shares stake. Jane Street Gru Limited Liability Company reported 120,926 shares. Cambridge Investment Research Advsrs holds 8,537 shares. 36,335 were reported by Tocqueville Asset L P. Gulf Intll Retail Bank (Uk) invested 0.03% in XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO). Alphamark Advsrs Limited Liability Com holds 2.08% or 75,906 shares. 87,639 are owned by Cushing Asset Mgmt Limited Partnership. Robeco Institutional Asset Mgmt Bv invested in 11,558 shares or 0% of the stock. Moreover, Guggenheim Llc has 0.01% invested in XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) for 21,592 shares. 170,556 were reported by State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement. Balyasny Asset Mngmt Ltd Liability Corporation stated it has 24,334 shares. Bessemer Grp owns 0% invested in XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE:XPO) for 590 shares. Efg Asset Management (Americas) Corp holds 1.08% or 52,772 shares.
Among 4 analysts covering Man Group PLC (LON:EMG), 3 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 1 Hold. Therefore 75% are positive. Man Group PLC has GBX 190 highest and GBX 160 lowest target. GBX 171.25’s average target is 22.45% above currents GBX 139.85 stock price. Man Group PLC had 11 analyst reports since October 12, 2018 according to SRatingsIntel. The stock of Man Group plc (LON:EMG) has “Neutral” rating given on Monday, January 21 by JP Morgan. The stock of Man Group plc (LON:EMG) earned “Buy” rating by Shore Capital on Friday, October 12. The firm earned “Buy” rating on Friday, October 19 by Shore Capital. Credit Suisse maintained the shares of EMG in report on Wednesday, December 5 with “Outperform” rating. On Monday, April 8 the stock rating was maintained by UBS with “Buy”. JP Morgan maintained it with “Neutral” rating and GBX 160 target in Tuesday, March 5 report. On Tuesday, April 9 the stock rating was maintained by Jefferies with “Buy”. As per Monday, October 22, the company rating was upgraded by UBS.
Man Group plc provides alternative investment management services worldwide. The company has market cap of 2.13 billion GBP. The firm offers a range of liquid investment products and solutions, which include quantitative and discretionary, long only and long short, and single and multi-manager. It has a 8.23 P/E ratio. It distributes its products and solutions directly to institutions; and to private investors through a network of intermediaries.
More notable recent Man Group plc (LON:EMG) news were published by: Benzinga.com which released: “The Largest Publicly Traded Hedge Fund Saw The Largest Inflows Since 2011 – Benzinga” on April 20, 2017, also Valuewalk.com with their article: “Man Group PLC Completes Acquisition of Pine Grove – ValueWalk” published on August 04, 2014, Medgadget.com published: “High Quality Dry Electrodes for Previously Impossible EMG Studies | – Medgadget” on July 13, 2016. More interesting news about Man Group plc (LON:EMG) were released by: Medgadget.com and their article: “Blink’s TwitchView for Neuromuscular Blockade Monitoring – Medgadget” published on May 01, 2018 as well as Valuewalk.com‘s news article titled: “Brevan Howard Overtakes Man Group As Europeâ€™s Largest Hedge Fund – ValueWalk” with publication date: November 11, 2013.
The stock decreased 1.20% or GBX 1.7 during the last trading session, reaching GBX 139.85. About 2.21 million shares traded. Man Group plc (LON:EMG) has 0.00% since April 11, 2018 and is . It has underperformed by 4.37% the S&P500.
It can also be described as the integration of connected technologies such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, Wi-Fi, and others. Furthermore, the demand for …
A Connected Logistics refers to the system of interconnected devices that are designed to facilitate faster, uniform, and accessible mode of communication for better interoperability among involved entities such as manufacturers, suppliers, transporters, end-users, and others. It can also be described as the integration of connected technologies such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, Wi-Fi, and others. Furthermore, the demand for Connected Logistics is on an increase in the recent years, owing to its features such as seamless operation, real-time communication, and integration of information, which enables informed decision making and streamlined logistical business processes. The global Connected Logistics market was valued at $16,774 million in 2016 and is projected to reach $27,722 million by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 7.60% from 2017 to 2023.
By Technology: Bluetooth, Cellular, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, NFC, Satellite
By Devices: Gateways, RFID Tags, Sensor Nodes
North America: U.S., Canada, Mexico
Europe: UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Rest of Europe
Asia-Pacific: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific
LAMEA: Chile, Israel, South Africa, Rest of LAMEA
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… some of the world’s top VC firms and investors, including Spark Capital, General Catalyst, General David Petraeus, Jeff Bezos, and Ashton Kutcher.
Tell us about Mark43
Mark43 is a New York City-based startup on a mission to bring public safety technology into the 21st century. Launched out of a Harvard undergraduate engineering class in 2012, we’ve since signed over 60 public safety agencies across the U.S., including police departments in Boston, Washington D.C., and Seattle.
The company is currently exploring international deals in the rest of the English-speaking world.
We’ve raised over $77 million in venture financing and are backed by some of the world’s top VC firms and investors, including Spark Capital, General Catalyst, General David Petraeus, Jeff Bezos, and Ashton Kutcher.
What motivated you to work for Mark43?
Mark43 has a great mission as a company – to help dispatchers first responders with better technology and data. I wanted to join a company where I could make a difference, and help out people who need it.
The core values that are the foundation of Mark43, and the commitment to being ethical really resonated with me. In addition, I had the exciting opportunity of being part of the team building the dispatch system from the ground up. It’s been a rewarding journey so far!
How does Mark43 assist the first responders to do their jobs better?
Working with the Gang Unit of the Massachusetts State Police as Harvard undergrads, Mark43’s founders discovered that most police departments do not have access to the kind of high-quality, modern software that we’re used to seeing on television shows like CSI and are actually forced to use antiquated systems. The objective was to completely overhaul this outdated technology and provide agencies with the best software available to help empower police officers, dispatchers, and first responders.
They started by building a Records Management Software (RMS), which automates a large portion of the reporting process and helps police officers cut the time it takes to fill out an arrest report in half and reduce the time for other reports by 80%. This translates into roughly 110 full-time police officers back out on the streets, protecting communities.
We’ve since added a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system that turns that same data, gathered in the RMS, into cloud-based immediately accessible background information on suspects.
Why is the platform built on multi-tenant cloud architecture?
Mark43 has built the first multi-tenant, hardware agnostic, cloud-based public safety software to both cut down on time spent collecting and logging data, and enable public safety agencies to easily manage and share data in real-time, and over mobile. This open approach also allows Mark43 to partner and seamlessly integrate with other leading public safety technology solutions like Callyo, SPIDR Tech, Carbyne, and RapidSOS to give visibility to other critical law enforcement tools all on one platform.
How do you use Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems to improve public safety?
The computer-aided dispatch (CAD) is often used in tandem with the records management system (RMS). We developed the CAD so that dispatchers can send officers all of the relevant data they might need to respond to an emergency, which often includes potentially life-saving information. In other words, the CAD is helping to keep first responders more informed while out in the field so that they’re never entering a dangerous situation blind.
Tell us more about your career to date
I started my career as an engineer for a small product company in India, Webyog, where I was building a MySQL IDE in C. (Side note: C is my favourite programming language, the one I’m most comfortable with, and given a choice, the language I would choose to work with 🙂 ) I worked there for a few years after which I moved to the US and joined Birchbox. My time at Birchbox really shaped my career – I got to learn so many different languages and technologies, work with various products, try new things and really experiment. I got to wear “many hats” – apart from engineering, I also got to work on defining product requirements, and vendor selection. After that, I contracted for a few months in an adtech company, and parallelly joined my husband’s company, Festivya, as head of product for a while.
Around this time, Mark43 found me and gave me the opportunity to join. I got to build a product from the beginning, and I now head the engineering team of which I was one of the original members. The growth has been huge and exciting!
What is the favourite part of your job?
The most favourite part of my job is getting feedback from first responders that the tools and software that we’ve provided them helped them do their job better – whether it’s being able to nab a suspect faster, or that they have more context and are better prepared for situations that might arise. When you hear feedback like that, it moves you and makes all the hard work entirely worth it. I also have an amazing team that’s so smart and so thoughtful – makes me enjoy going into work every day!
What’s the most challenging part of your job?
One of my current challenges is learning how to influence decisions, even when you don’t have the authority to make them. It’s a fun and fascinating way of learning and implementing human psychology learnings. I didn’t realise how much of management is basically human psychology!
What’s been the highlight of your career so far?
My current role has definitely been the highlight of my career so far. I’ve been able to play an impactful role at Mark43, and been instrumental in making sure the team and company have hit client launch dates, while making positive culture changes within the team. I’ve also started to be a visible leader in the company, being a role model to other women in the company and outside.
Who is your role model, and why?
My role model, since I was a kid, has always been Rahul Dravid. For anyone who watches cricket, I don’t think I need to elaborate 😉 His characteristics of being introverted, a team player, passionate, introverted, always willing to take a back seat to more outspoken or flamboyant cricketers made him very relatable for me. In addition, he’s extremely humble and a true leader. No task is too small or demeaning. After a successful career, he’s devoting his time to coaching kids, and actively contributing towards making sports education available for more and more kids.
In a way I see myself doing something similar (or I want to at least). Hopefully, I can retire in another decade or so, after which I intend to go into teaching or public service. There is so much one can learn from Rahul Dravid, and if I can even embody half of all his admirable qualities, it would be an achievement 🙂
Best career advice anyone ever gave you?
Different advice is applicable to different stages in one’s career. About 3-4 years ago, so I was still pretty early on in my career, I was already a team and tech lead, and was barely writing any code. I was asking a friend of my cousin’s for advice on if I should continue on the management track, or look for an IC position, even though I enjoy management more. He told me that for me to be a respected engineering manager and to be able to grow faster up the management ladder, a few more years of being a hands-on engineer would be really beneficial.
The next job I took up, I was an IC for ~2.5 more years, and that has helped a lot. In a way, it was a way of articulating something similar to Tanya Reilly’s “Being Glue” – where women tend to take on tasks that aren’t on their career ladder to help the team, and then get penalised professionally for it.
The advice I would give other women new to their career is:
Read Tanya Reilly’s “Being Glue”
Identify the patterns and behaviours mentioned above, and avoid them at least till you become a senior engineer. And if you want to grow on the IC track, avoid them for even longer.
What sparked your passion for working in the tech industry?
It’s funny because I think everyone knew I’d end up in tech someday, and I fought really hard not to be here… I started programming when I was in 3rd grade, there was an opportunity in school to learn, and my parents enrolled me. I was learning C programming in middle school, attending computer classes with college students. I was programming all the time in high school – my dad and I would argue over computer time, and I always won, cause school, but my dad ended up getting me my own computer. After that I don’t know, I kind of just decided to be a “rebel” and not take up computer science. All my friends were doing their undergrad in CS and I wanted to be different lol. But after that, I ended up doing my masters in CS and ended up where I am now.
That’s a long way of saying, I think I was always going to end up here, I’ve been programming since before I can remember, and I’ve always enjoyed it 🙂
Name 3 apps on your phone that you use every day
Whatsapp, Slack, and Twitter are the main ones I use right now. Apart from that, I have a todo list “Any.do” which is perfect for me because it’s a to-do list that reminds me to look at it 🙂
What’s your favourite piece of technology or gadget that you couldn’t live without?
Probably my phone lol
How do you stay on top of the latest trends and technologies?
Twitter to know what’s trending, and Medium and TechCrunch to get additional information. I also network and talk to a lot of people in the industry regularly, and I get to know what the latest tech trends are through a combination of these
How do think technology is going to change people’s lives?
Technology has already changed people’s lives in so many ways. About 15 years ago, cellular phones were barely even a thing, and now you can’t live without them. Electric cars are now widely available, self-driving cars are becoming more popular, the world has changed almost unrecognizably in the last few decades due to technology.
I think there’s a lot of good that technology can do – if the smartest minds got together with good intention, they could solve the world’s most pressing problems – poverty, lack of clean drinking water, lack of affordable housing, global warming, etc. There are a few (too few) companies which are actually doing work that help the people who need it. There are way way-way more companies helping only people who can afford it. I don’t see this changing and so my outlook is pretty bleak – I think it’s going to continue to exacerbate the wealth gap.
What else are you working on?
Recently I co-founded Women Tech Leaders, a group in NYC of Women who are in technical or people management in tech, where we host monthly meetups. It’s been exciting to start something and see it grow! Apart from this, I teach Indian classical music in my spare time.
What plans do you have for the future?
I am constantly thinking of new business ideas, and when I find one that’s both viable and that can help solve one of the problems I’ve mentioned, I see myself starting a company and working on it.
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