Managing inbound freight is one of the most crucial parts of running a successful supply chain, but the fact is… it’s hard! Each supplier is likely to have different characteristics and the receiv…
Let’s face it, freight costs are rising as a result of the capacity crunch and driver shortage. Even shipping full truckload isn’t as cost-efficient as it used to be.
Many changes in transportation regulations are coming this year that we’d like to make sure you are aware of.
In December, we polled industry professionals about what they foresaw would be the biggest challenge for supply chains in 2019.
Lots of us make personal New Year’s resolutions, and some even stick to them! You might decide to hit the gym, stop smoking or start a savings account.
In the past, most big decisionmakers came from chief revenue officer or chief financial officer roles.
Driver fatigue and distraction have long been known to be dangerous, especially for truck drivers who often work long hours.
Online shoppers, especially American ones, are particularly active during the holiday season. This year’s holiday shopping season has already eclipsed the shopping spree seen in 2017.
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.
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