With the summer of 2016 now in the rear-view mirror, and a new U.S. President soon to be elected, it's only natural that an industry so dependent on planning and forecasting would start looking ahead to what 2017 might portend. Certainly, the current year has already seen its share of blockbuster mergers and acquisition deals; a steady stream of new-paradigm logistics solutions such as delivery drones and warehouse robots and the Internet of Things; the opening of the long-delayed ...

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