Posted November 06, 2018 07:29:08 The new capstone logistical project is part of a larger initiative to expand the supply chain of supply chains for global markets and to build capacity in new sectors, such as logistics, according to a release by Trinity Logistics.
Trinity has announced that it will expand its logistics supply chain to include supply chains in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, as well as in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The new cap-stone logistics initiative aims to increase the level of transparency and accountability in logistics operations by increasing the transparency of the supply chains and the reporting of performance.
Trinity Logists will also build on its existing capacity in the supplychains of Europe and the Americas to provide the logistical support to companies to meet their customer needs.
Trinity Logistics CEO, Joe Mottola said in the release that the project will also provide a new level of efficiency and flexibility for logistics operations.
“Trinity will be expanding its capabilities to support its customers in emerging markets and regions of the world.
We will also be expanding our operations to address the growing needs of logistics operations in emerging economies.”
The new logistics project is expected to be fully operational by 2021.
The announcement comes a day after the United States announced that its National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) has successfully intercepted a high-altitude satellite that was sent to orbit by a drone from North Korea.
The NRO successfully intercepted the satellite from the space station at 4:45 a.m. local time (06:45 GMT) on Sunday, said NRO deputy director of operations, Chris Woods.
The mission was the first by the NRO to intercept a high altitude satellite from a foreign satellite.
This marks the first time the agency has successfully sent a satellite to orbit, Woods said.
“The NREO team is very excited to have successfully intercepted this satellite and look forward to further opportunities to intercept other satellites from North Korean space.”