Bloomberg Businessweek reports the RYDER integrated logistics system is expected to be integrated into shipping by the end of 2020.
This would mean that all the logistics companies in the world would be integrated together, meaning logistics firms would no longer be competing with each other in the same market.
This could be a big win for customers and a big benefit for the bottom line, according to RYder.
The new deal would bring together the companies that have been working together for years to bring together shipping companies.
For years, they have been competing with one another in different markets.
Now, they could all compete on the same platform.
It will give RYDS customers greater flexibility and access to more suppliers and customers, and give them the best price, according to RYDA’s chairman, Brian Fung.
“It will be a huge boost to our company’s bottom line,” Fung said in an interview with Bloomberg.
“We want to be the largest supplier of warehousing, container handling, logistics, freight, and supply chain services.
We want to win and we want to do it by being the largest company in the market.”
The deal will be the first time that RYD has been integrated into a shipping company, and it comes as the company has been struggling to maintain its competitive edge over the last year.
RYDL has been battling for a place on the ship’s bottom for a number of years, and in the end it only made it into the top five in the industry.
While the logistics industry has been dealing with some tough competition in recent years, RYDR is still looking to expand its market share.
This deal is one way for the company to do that.
“We’re looking to grow our presence in the logistics space,” Fong told Bloomberg.