Your organization needs to go beyond visibility, to a digital supply chain that detects and responds to changes.
Shippers need to get in front of what is coming, when it comes to 2018 truckload contract rate increases.
Concerns over a lack of adequate staffing of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at United States ports was raised as a chief concern at a nomination hearing for CBP Acting Commissioner Kevin L. McAleenan held by the Senate Finance Committee this week. This concern stems from a combination of significant growth in trade volumes and…Details
Anyone that wakes up each day in a logistics job that centers around moving freight is more than aware of the fact that there is a significant truck driver shortage. That is nothing new; in fact, it is far from it. But that does not mean the driver shortage is viewed as a “whistle by…Details
There is a new, distinctive player offering a better mousetrap in the $161 billion third party logistics market. Or “first party” logistics, as Haversack Logistics is calling itself.
With a 1-cent increase, the national average for diesel now stands at $2.797 per gallon. This follows a 1.1-cent gain last week and a 0.4-cent increase the week before.
Trucking volumes saw a decline from August to September, according to data released today in the American Trucking Associations (ATA) Truck Tonnage Index.
Leading distributors, ecom fulfillment centers, and shippers of every stripe are doing just that, so they can again predict and quote shipping charges with accuracy, and compare shipping rates in real time.
Crane Worldwide Logistics helps its client, a sporting goods manufacturer, develop the automated and physical logistics infrastructure required to seamlessly distribute its products to e-commerce, retail, and wholesale customers.