Blockchain and cloud-based platforms are revolutionizing the way logistics operations are being conducted around the world.
Since humans began making and distributing products to one another, the structure of the supply chain has remained predominantly untouched.
The terms less-than-truckload (LTL) and full-truckload (FTL) get thrown around often within the shipping community. However, newcomers may find themselves at a loss for what these terms actually mean.
When most people think of shipping containers, they think of exactly what’s in the name: shipping.
Many companies are still using the transportation management system (TMS) they installed 15 or even 20 years ago! Technology has changed and improved significantly over that time.
The truck driver shortage remains top of mind for many throughout America. To combat this perceived shortage, schools are hoping to equip their students for bright futures in a booming industry.
How Can Shipping Communities Gain Shipper Adoption? For a shipping community to be successful it needs to be built upon a transportation management system (TMS).
The United States Postal Service (USPS) has awarded autonomous-truck creator, TuSimple, a contract to conduct a 2-week pilot program of self-driving trucks starting on Tuesday, May 21, 2019.
Virtual reality (VR) is most commonly known for its recreational use in video games.
Amazon is once again raising the bar for speed of delivery with its announcement that the company’s new goal is to make 1-day delivery standard for Prime customers.
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