November 29, 2020


Dublin, Nov. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Transportation Management Systems (TMS) Market 2020-2024” report has been added to’s offering.

The transportation management systems (TMS) market is poised to grow by $2049.50 million during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 8% during the forecast period. The report on the transportation management systems (TMS) market provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors.

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The transportation management systems (TMS) market analysis include end-user segment and geographic landscapes. This study identifies the advent of smart cities as one of the prime reasons driving the transportation management systems (TMS) market growth during the next few years. Also, increasing use of vehicular communication systems, and emergence of meta-intelligence concept in transportation management systems will lead to sizable demand in the market.

The transportation management systems (TMS) market covers the following areas:

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This robust vendor analysis is designed to help clients improve their market position, and in line with this, this report provides a detailed analysis of several leading transportation management systems (TMS) market vendors that include American Software Inc., Blue Yonder Group Inc., BluJay Solutions Inc., Continental Traffic Service Inc., Infor Inc., Manhattan Associates Inc., Oracle Corp., SAP SE, The Descartes Systems Group Inc., and Trimble Inc.. Also, the transportation management systems (TMS) market analysis report includes information on upcoming trends and challenges that will influence market growth. This is to help companies strategize and leverage on all forthcoming growth opportunities.

The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to an analysis of the key vendors.

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1. Executive Summary

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  • Market outlook: Forecast for 2019 – 2024

4. Five Forces Analysis

  • Five forces summary
  • Bargaining power of buyers
  • Bargaining power of suppliers
  • Threat of

A Muslim activist and blogger was charged Saturday with trespass and delaying transportation after she argued with a fellow passenger aboard an American Airlines jet in Newark.

The Port Authority’s inspector general has launched a probe of the incident involving Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, officials said.

Al-Khatahtbeh, 28 — who pulled 2.8% of the vote in a Democratic primary for a New Jersey Congressional seat in July — refused to disembark when asked to do so by both flight attendants and the pilot of the Charlotte, N.C.-bound Airbus A319 jet, said officials.

She livestreamed as flight personnel and Port Authority police ordered everyone off the plane so they could take her into custody.

“They would rather do this than remove one person from first class because he complained about a Muslim woman on the plane,” Al-Khatahtbeh, editor in chief of the blog, said as she recorded other passengers grumbling as they picked up their belongings and headed toward the door.

“He’s f—— up everyone else’s day because of his entitlement, his white privilege,” Al-Khatahtbeh said.

The incident happened around 9:55 a.m., just before the plane was to leave the gate.

Al-Khatahtbeh said in her livestream that the first-class passenger jumped in front of her at the Transportation Security Administration checkpoint line, sparking an argument.

“He forced himself in front of me and said, ‘I’m first class, I’m pre-check I shouldn’t have to wait behind you’ and because I recorded the entire thing he said I was harassing him,” she said. “Because I was recording him being a f—— piece of sh—.”

The argument continued on the flight, officials said. As they took their seats, the man told flight attendants Al-Khatahtbeh had harassed him and that “he didn’t feel safe,” a law enforcement source with knowledge of the incident said.

Al-Khatahtbeh was asked to disembark, but she refused unless the first class passenger was also asked to leave, video posted by another traveler on Twitter shows.

“I am not moving unless he is also moving,” she told the officer. “Otherwise why are you taking his word over mine? Because he is in first class? If you are kicking me off you have to kick both of us.”

Officials emptied the plane. Al-Khatahtbeh made sure she was the last to leave. When she did, she was taken into custody by Port Authority police.

“Had to get off my flight because a man asked a Muslim woman to get off the plane. @AmericanAir employees followed his request and gave the woman no explanation,” wrote Twitter user Jake, who posted a recording of Al-Khatahtbeh complaining to flight personnel.

Cops charged Al-Khatahtbeh with delaying transportation and defiant trespass for refusing repeated orders to leave the plane. She was later released, officials said.

“The Port Authority’s independent Inspector General has begun an investigation,” the agency said in a statement.

The first class passenger was not arrested, but it was not immediately clear if he was allowed back on the flight. The rest of the passengers were allowed


ATLANTA, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Janet Barnard, chief people officer, for Cox Automotive, and Grace Huang, president at Manheim, a Cox Automotive company, have been named among the 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry by Automotive News. Barnard, Huang and their co-honorees are featured in a special section of the Nov. 9 issue and were recognized at a virtual, exclusive celebration sponsored by Automotive News and Deloitte.

100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry recognizes women who are leaders in the automotive field – those who make major decisions and have significant influence at their companies. Automotive News has published the list of the industry’s top female executives every five years since 2000.

Among the top priorities at Cox Automotive is building a culture that is representative of its client base and demonstrates respect for people, diverse perspectives and responsible actions. The company has a legacy of doing the right thing for its clients, employees and the communities in which it operates. This philosophy is exemplified by these Cox Automotive leaders.

Janet Barnard, Chief People Officer, Cox Automotive

After being honored on the 2015 100 Leading Women list when she was president of Manheim, Barnard is once again recognized for her leadership in automotive. As chief people officer for Cox Automotive, Barnard develops the organization’s high-performance culture and talent management program to support the company’s vision to transform the automotive industry. Her team guides the development of tens of thousands of team members globally spanning more than 25 brands. Prior to becoming chief people officer, Barnard was the president of Cox Automotive Inventory Solutions. Barnard is the chair of the Board of Governors, Georgia State Chamber of Commerce – Innovation and Technology Committee and is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board for University of Nebraska’s College of Business.

Grace Huang, President, Manheim

As president, Huang sets Manheim’s strategic direction and is responsible for all operations, comprising 76 physical auctions and auction services locations. Her team encompasses thousands of employees across the U.S. included in the Manheim business and related brands such as Manheim Express, Ready Logistics, Central Dispatch and DealShield. Huang also oversees the industry’s first omni-channel experience being delivered through the Manheim Marketplace. Prior to leading Manheim, Huang was the senior vice president of Manheim Inventory Solutions. Huang is a board member of the Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities and supports the T.J. Martell Foundation.

“Janet and Grace are valued members of the Cox Automotive team who demonstrate the type of bold leadership and passion that helps our organization thrive, especially during challenging circumstances,” said Sandy Schwartz, CEO of Cox Automotive. “We congratulate them on their well-deserved honors and look forward to the many more contributions they will make to propel our company and clients into a successful future.”

The 2020 class of Automotive News’ 100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry emerged from a months-long nomination and judging process that attracted hundreds of entries from the United States, Canada


Jurisdiction Response to COVID-19

to view consolidated information and see how motor vehicle
administrations are handling driver licensing and vehicle registration. This
document will be updated with the most current information on our homepage. 

Motor Vehicle Industry Response on COVID-19

COVID-19, a novel (new) coronavirus, was
first detected in December of 2019. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO)
declaredit to be a
global pandemic. By March 13, COVID-19 was
declareda national emergency by President Donald Trump. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has since
expandedon the national emergency declaration in the United States to provide HOS relief for commercial vehicle drivers transporting emergency aid. 

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has encouraged many
preventative measures, but local and state government officials and public health departments, in consultation with federal officials, have been tasked with making decisions based on
local conditions. Many states have issued
stay at home orders. The federal government has taken additional actions to
provide up to $2.3 trillion (
H.R.748) in loans to support the economy, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was directed to
delay the federal REAL ID deadline.

Below are a selection of news releases and announcements regarding the effects of coronavirus on the motor vehicle community.





Click here to view consolidated information and see how motor vehicle administrations are handling driver licensing and vehicle registration. This document will be updated with the most current information on our

This Week’s Webinars

State Web Interface (SWI) – Instant Title Verification Using the VIN Search

April 28, 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Before a jurisdiction issues a title
or other ownership document or record, the SWI can provide information to help
the jurisdiction determine whether the ownership documentation presented with
the application are valid. The information supports jurisdictions’ titling
processes for both new and used vehicles. The Anti-Car Theft Act requires each
jurisdiction to perform an instant title verification check before issuing a
title to an applicant claiming to have purchased the vehicle from an individual
or entity in another jurisdiction. The SWI VIN search feature can be used to
satisfy this legal requirement. In addition, the NMVTIS best practice is that
jurisdictions perform an inquiry before issuing a title or other ownership
document or record, whether or not the applicant claims to have purchased the
vehicle in another jurisdiction.

Note: This webinar is for AAMVA jurisdiction and
federal members only. 

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American Vintage Bicycles

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With the world’s obsession with the newest, latest, and greatest gadgets, people often overlook the beauty and nostalgia associated with classic or vintage items such as cars, motorcycles, and bicycles.

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American Vintage bicycles are beautiful and romantic. They spark feelings of nostalgia that take us back to “the good old days” of our childhood. They are an example of fine engineering, beautiful design, and amazing craftsmanship.

Classic bicycles are made of the highest quality materials available for bicycles at the time, so they’re quite heavy, but they will last for years to come. In addition, many bicycles, particularly those considered to be antique, were made by hand. This type of craftsmanship is nearly impossible to find today.

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The Presidential candidates have varying plans to promote electric vehicles and public transportation

November 20, 2019 — Mark K. Matthews and E&E News

If driverless cars are to do more good than harm, cities need to prepare and invest in infrastructure.

November 5, 2019

Lower fuel economy standards and fewer electric vehicles in the state would threaten global climate targets

October 21, 2019 — Maxine Joselow and E&E News

Lowered costs and the availability of renewable energy to produce hydrogen are raising interest in the fuel source

October 18, 2019 — Nathanial Gronewold and E&E News

The Department of Energy is aiming to get ahead of a looming recycling problem from electric car batteries

September 26, 2019 — John Fialka and E&E News

Major technological shifts are fewer and farther between than they once were

August 13, 2019 — Wade Roush

High-risk design trials could create superefficient vehicles

July 11, 2019 — John Fialka and E&E News

The policy, the first such in the nation, is aimed at reducing the state’s emissions from transportation

July 1, 2019 — Anne C. Mulkern and E&E News

The world’s elite electric race-car series is a test-bed for technology that will soon improve other—mostly slower—forms of transportation.

June 10, 2019

Daimler AG’s announcement drew praise, as well as criticism it is not ambitious enough

May 14, 2019 — Maxine Joselow and E&E News

The Trump administration has yet to take broader action to limit heat-trapping hydrofluorocarbons

April 29, 2019 — Maxine Joselow and E&E News

Social norms and a lack of information on financial benefits have hampered U.S. EV adoption

April 22, 2019 — Maxine Joselow and E&E News

Flying electric cars would have lower emissions over long trips than standard electric vehicles

April 13, 2019 — Maxine Joselow and E&E News

As automated delivery ramps up, cities must decide how to make the best use of public spaces

February 19, 2019 — Jeremy Hsu

Several companies are diversifying their businesses, from biofuels to electric vehicles

January 15, 2019 — John Fialka and E&E News

Chemistry explained a century ago is being used to make prototype body parts that are much lighter than today’s

December 27, 2018 — John Fialka and E&E News

A new algorithm raises parking rates in busy neighborhoods and lowers them elsewhere, guaranteeing free parking spots regardless of location. Christopher Intagliata reports.

December 26, 2018 — Christopher Intagliata

Illinois and New Mexico are among the states that could defy the Trump administration with stricter tailpipe emissions standards

November 6, 2018 — Maxine Joselow and E&E News

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