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Toyota will add automatic engine shut off and auto-park to all new vehicles

2019 Toyota Corolla   The safety features could prevent "rollaway" injuries...   Beginning with model year 2020, Toyota will include automatic engine shut off and auto-park features in its new vehicles. If a vehicle is left running for a predetermined amount of time, the engine will automatically shut off. If a driver exits a vehicle without

UPS connecting merchants, warehouses

Ware2Go also provides inventory visibility and tracks orders.   UPS has rolled out a technology company and platform called Ware2Go that’s designed to connect merchants with available warehousing capacity. Ware2Go also provides inventory visibility and tracks order progress for both the merchant and warehouse. Ware2Go officially launched in July after an incubation process with

DHL doubles storage capacity in Tampa

DHL Express is investing US$5 million into its Florida-area service – relocating its Tampa operation to a new site twice the size of its predecessor. The 35,000 square foot facility will serve the greater Tampa-St. Petersburg region, with road service to connect to DHL aircraft operating out of Orlando International Airport

Scary landing after United flight loses engine cover

"Scariest flight of my life," passenger Maria Falaschi‏ tweeted. A United flight made an emergency landing in Honolulu on Tuesday after a piece of the cover came off the plane's right engine, United spokesman Charles Hobart said. The incident occurred less than an hour before United Airlines flight 1175 was set to

Lufthansa leads Series A funding for online freight platform Fleet

Lufthansa Cargo led a US$10 million Series A round of financing in Fleet, an online freight platform startup, with participation from investors, including Hunt Technology Ventures and UPS. Fleet is an online marketplace that matches customers’ demand for freight services with available capacity provided by logistics companies, offering an alternative to

Helicopter for utility work crashes into field, killing 2

STONY RIDGE, Ohio (Fox News) - A utility company helicopter has crashed into a snowy Ohio field, killing the two people on board. A witness reported the crash around midday Monday just south of the Ohio Turnpike in Wood County. The county sheriff's office says the aircraft is affiliated with a utility company

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