Shipfusion, an e-commerce fulfillment and technology provider, placed No.127 on the Globe and Mail‘s 2022 Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. Shipfusion earned its spot with three-year growth of 372 percent. In addition to established distribution centres in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Toronto, Shipfusion recently launched its 250,000+ square foot warehouse in Las Vegas. All facilities are operated by Shipfusion and powered by its proprietary warehouse management systems. In total, 430 companies earned a spot on this year’s Canada’s Top Growing Companies ranking.
Cargojet Inc. has received it its ISO 9001:2015 Quality Standard Accreditation, for the twentieth consecutive year. Cargojet is the only air cargo carrier in Canada with this accreditation.
Holcim’s presentation “Crisis as Innovation Catalyst”, presented by Darren Oosthuizen, senior manager transport optimization – corporate logistics; Siddharth Pandey, head – transport analytics center (TAC); and Alexander Scheld, global head of logistics – as the winner of the 2022 Supply Chain Innovation Award (SCIA) presented by The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). The presentation explored the digital transformation journey of Holcim’s Transport Analytics Center. During the session, presenters discussed how data driven analytics can help an organization to increase road safety, boost efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and leverage new opportunities. The SCIA is a competition that recognizes teams who have demonstrated excellence, innovation, and return on investment for a significant supply chain challenge.
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) presented the 2022 Supply Chain Sustainability Award to the Microsoft at theMicrosoft saw the world’s need to decouple growth from the use of natural resources and is now on a mission to be carbon negative, zero waste, and water positive by 2030. A critical piece of achieving Microsoft’s zero-waste goal is managing e-waste related to its datacentres. To meet the growing demand for Microsoft’s cloud services, their datacentre footprint – currently spread across more than 60 datacentreregions and 140 countries – must expand. A growing cloud requires more and more hardware to power it, but Microsoft’s legacy asset disposition methodology resulted in only 77 percent reuse and 23 percent recycling of their cloud computing hardware. Microsoft created Circular Centers to process decommissioned cloud servers and hardware, and intelligently sort and channel the components and equipment to optimize reuse or repurpose. The goal of Circular Centers is to reuse 90 percent of cloud computing hardware assets by 2025. Two years after the launch of their pilot Circular Center in Amsterdam, Microsoft is on track to reach that goal.