As we head into 2019, the global transportation industry will continue to face complex supply chain challenges.
Companies are always looking to improve their bottom lines, but sustainability initiatives have up until this point remained in the “nice to have” category for many companies.
Nearly every industry relies on some manner of transportation to keep their sales flowing. Over the past decade, transportation rates have experienced a steady period of growth.
We’re living in a historic era of technology, innovation, and economic growth. Consumers expectations are rising and new technologies are upending the status quo.
The transportation industry, which originally balked at the idea of the ELD mandate, has now had 10 months to come to terms with the new technology requirements.
General Motors (GM) announced today that the company will be completely restructuring their global business strategy by closing 8 assembly plants worldwide and shifting focus to futuristic technologie…
Black Friday is just around the corner—November 23rd—followed by Cyber Monday on the 26th. These are huge shopping days for U.S. consumers: Last year sales reached $7.
The U.S. transportation market is quickly ramping up technology-enhanced options to move products, goods and people: According to The Wall Street Journal, Lyft is planning an IPO in early 2019.
By leveraging Kuebix TMS to schedule their shipments, Sensata now has much more control and accountability over their freight management.
Amazon has instilled a new mindset into the wants of consumers today – they want their orders immediately, in a day or two, instead of next week. And often they want them shipped for free.
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