supply chain 20/20
Kuebix Founder Dan Clark and his team of industry experts share their view on the future of supply chain logistics.


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Importance of Customer Service in Transportation Operations

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Good customer service is a must in any business that wants to not only survive but thrive within its industry. Good customer service means customer satisfaction.

Don’t Let Limited Truckload Capacity Threaten Growth


Truckload capacity is at an all-time premium.

Are You Still Manually Auditing Your Freight Bills?


Freight pay and audit can be a very tedious and expensive function.

How One Consumer Packaged Goods Company Keeps Up with Its Speed of Growth

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Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies are growing as convenience, drug and discount retailers gain industry presence due to their improved customer experience when compared with traditional brick-an…

The Uberization of Freight – Communities in the Logistics Space

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The “sharing economy” is rapidly changing our behaviors as consumers. Uber, Airbnb and Lyft are just a few of the many platforms that are helping people sell, share, and rent their unused assets.

Building a Successful Inbound Freight Management Program

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Managing inbound freight is one of the most crucial parts of managing a successful supply chain, but the fact is… it’s hard! Kuebix Founder and President Dan Clark discusses in a recent video how …

Where Did Summer Go? Back-to-School Shopping Is Here!


Why are we thinking about back-to-school when it’s still July? Didn’t summer just start? In some places in the US, schools have not been out for the summer that long, but in others, schools start …

Stop the Double-Entry Madness!

Blog Integration

When most people think of the supply chain, they picture pallets arranged on trailers or colorful shipping containers being loaded off of ships.

So Your TMS Isn’t Working for You, Now What?


Many companies still use the TMS they installed 20 years ago, but technology has immensely changed in the past two decades.

Using a Vendor Compliance Program as a Tool to Improve Behavior


Companies can’t always control their suppliers’ actions or the efficiency of suppliers’ systems.