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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The Turkey Day Supply Chain in 2020

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The holiday season during Covid-19 means smaller gatherings and changes to long-standing traditions for many families.

Veterans Make Significant Contributions to the Transportation Industry – Happy Veterans Day!

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Veterans Day, celebrated annually on November 11th, recognizes veterans for their sacrifices, the honor they’ve shown, and celebrates the freedom they have brought our nation with their service.

Trends in the Supply Chain and Their Impact on the Transportation Management System Market

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This year has reminded everyone to expect the unexpected – even in the supply chain which is one of the most unflappable industries out there! Covid-19 has disrupted the logistics operations of …

The Supply and Demand of Halloween Candy in 2020

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Halloween is an exciting time of year for manufacturers, suppliers and retailers alike.

Forward-Thinking Technology is Improving Safety on the Roads

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In recent years, technological advances have influenced nearly every aspect of the transportation industry.

What an Early Holiday Shopping Season Means for Supply Chains

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Whether or not consumers, suppliers and retailers are ready, holiday shopping season is right around the corner! Experts predict that due to evolving shopping habits, Covid-19, a delayed Amazon Prime …

Kuebix Named a 2021 FreightTech 100 Winner

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FreightWaves – the industry leading provider of news, data and analytics for the logistics market – has named Kuebix a winner of the 2021 FreightTech 100 Awards.

What Supply Chains Should Expect from Amazon Prime Day this Fall

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Amazon Prime Day is approaching quickly with a start date of October 13, 2020.

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2020

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week holds a special meaning this year as truck drivers have gone above and beyond to keep stores, hospitals and other healthcare facilities stocked in the midst of …

Back to School Looks Different for Supply Chains This Year

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Fall is approaching and with it comes back to school season. However, Covid-19 has left the 2020-2021 academic year looking different than previous ones. School districts throughout the U.S.