Inside Logistics

Done Deals – September/October 2011

VistaLogix Global LLC of Pennsylvania has been named an IBM global reseller of the IBM Sterling Transportation Management System (IBM TMS). IBM TMS is an on-demand SaaS transportation solution.


October 25, 2011
by MM&D staff

MM&D MAGAZINE, SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2011 PRINT EDITION: VistaLogix Global LLC of Pennsylvania has been named an IBM global reseller of the IBM Sterling Transportation Management System (IBM TMS). IBM TMS is an on-demand SaaS transportation solution.

DHL Global Forwarding, an air and sea freight provider within the Deutsche Post DHL Group, and Lufthansa Cargo have changed the ownership of their 50/50 joint venture, LifeConEx. The end-to-end life sciences cold chain logistics provider is now a 100-percent DHL subsidiary.

Kenco, a Tennessee-based provider of integrated logistics solutions, real estate services and materials handling equipment, is expanding the warehouse space it manages for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc at a new location in Robbinsville, NJ.

Robotics developer Seegrid has partnered with Cisco-Eagle Inc, a materials handling solutions provider to bring robotic industrial truck solutions to Cisco-Eagle customers. Seegrid provides robotic vision-guided technology, allowing unmanned vehicles to be operate without the need for wire, tape, laser or other guidance systems.

Forte, an Ohio-based distribution consulting and systems integration firm, has been selected by Destination Maternity Corporation, Honeywell International and Maui Jim Inc for its supply chain consulting services.

CYBRA Corporation, developer of a suite of barcoding, RFID and marking products, has appointed Life IT as a reseller and development partner. Life IT will resell CYBRA’s products and integrate barcode and RFID technology for supply chain and warehouse customers across the UK, Finland, Sweden, Holland and Germany.