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Private Fleets Face Stiff Competition From For-Hire Carriers in Battle for Drivers

Transport Topics
Jerry Hirsch
Private fleets are looking to add technology to improve ­operations. Halliburton Co., the oil field services firm that ranks No. 4 on the private TT100, is working with Vorto to apply artificial intelligence to how it purchases and trucks sand within its U.S. operations. Vorto’s platform optimizes thousands of logistics loads per day “while also identifying and addressing issues before they occur. This fits with our strategic priorities to use digital technology to drive down costs in our business,” Halliburton CEO Jeff Miller said in an April 21 conference call with investors.

How to Build Successful Pioneering Companies

BOS Podcast
Check out this podcast of our CEO, Priyesh Ranjan, who shares the reason behind Vorto's hyper growth, and success in digitally transforming the supply chain industry. He shares insight on how he built a 10X culture and organization to achieve this hypergrowth.

How an AI-Applied Supply Chain Enables Efficiency

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Improving the Aggregate Industry Starts with Fixing Supply Chains

Rock Products
Priyesh Ranjan
Aggregates are quite literally the bedrock of U.S. infrastructure. In 2020 alone, the estimated U.S. output of construction aggregates produced and shipped for consumption was 2.43 billion metric tons. But despite a growing aggregate demand, there is one cog in the machine that’s preventing the industry from reaching its full potential: a broken supply chain network.

How COVID-19 Highlighted Problems with U.S. Food Supply Chain

Food Logistics
Priyesh Ranjan
The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic highlighted a number of underlying issues with America’s supply chains, but perhaps the clearest was the fragility of the food supply. Problems in America’s supply chain spell problems for food supply, leading to waste. If buyers or logistic providers are unavailable when a processing plant has produce ready for transport, they may be forced to dispose of food rather than risk it spoiling. We are in the midst of an unprecedented supply chain malfunction. As the food supply chain became more globalized in recent years with countries relying on one another through a more intricate and interconnected network, the imbalance caused by the pandemic shone a direct light on the immediate need to correct this antiquated process.

How A.I. Connects Buyers, Suppliers and Logistic Providers

Supply Chain Brain
Priyesh Ranjan
A supply-chain love triangle: a silly concept, to be sure, but with an outcome as disastrous as that involving Helen of Troy, Paris and Menelaus. The delicate nature of the supply chain has been on display over the past year as a result of the pandemic, from toilet paper shortages to the vaccine rollout. By better managing the dynamic interaction among the three main players within the supply chain — logistics, suppliers and buyers — sellers can save money for customers and lessen the environmental impact of the supply-chain industry.

Vorto Introduces Reload: First End-to-End Platform Using AI to Automate Supply Chains

AIthority
AIT News Desk
Reload enables any user to eliminate inefficiencies and improve the speed, cost, and environmental impact of their supply chain

Vorto's end-to-end platform uses artificial intelligence to help automate supply chains

Heavy Equipment Guide
Vorto has announced Reload, a new platform powered by artificial intelligence that eliminates costly supply chain inefficiencies in procurement, logistics, and back-office activities. Reload automates virtually every supply chain function, including demand forecasting, product procurement, scheduling, carrier logistics, driver dispatching, and invoicing.

Partner with Suppliers for Sustainability, Efficiency, Cost Savings

Environment + Energy Leader
Jennifer Nastu
“cognitive overload, which costs organizations millions of dollars in waste,” says Priyesh Ranjan, CEO of supply chain software company Vorto. “Relying on these incremental shifts to modernize the supply chain is inadequate in addressing the inefficiencies crippling the industry.”

Vorto’s platform solves ‘love triangle of supply chains’

Freight Waves
Alyssa Sporrer
Vorto CEO Priyesh Ranjan told FreightWaves that Reload is an industry-agnostic “centralized autonomous supply chain platform that does everything,” including predicting demand for suppliers, finding fleets and drivers for outbound transportation, and automating invoices using artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

Vorto Introduces Reload: First End-to-End Platform Using AI to Automate Supply Chains

Business Wire
DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Vorto, a company on a mission to increase sustainability by making supply chains more efficient, today announced Reload, a new platform powered by artificial intelligence that eliminates costly supply chain inefficiencies in procurement, logistics, and back-office activities.

Mitigating Supply Chain Threats From the Ground Up

Food Logistics
Marina Mayer
“The largest threat to the supply chain is remaining stagnant and resistant to new technology,” says Priyesh Ranjan, CEO of Vorto.ai.
Vorto has created an iPhone Moment for this industry.
VP of Supply Chain
If you're going to try, go all the way.
Charles Bukowski
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