As major airlines implement the eAWB single-process approach in March 2016, industry-wide involvement in the program is encouraged for all participants as paperless air cargo supply chain operations lower costs, increase data accuracy, and improve the customer experience.
The solution to understanding the 49 Code of Federal Regulations is to take them step-by-step.
Global Trade Management (GTM) solutions are evolving to meet the new demands of today’s global shippers and consumers.
Inbound Logistics asks readers what fictional character would make a great logistician.
If there’s one lesson that we’ve learned from fine bourbon or whiskey, it’s that good things come to those who wait. Distilleries know this better than anyone. But when it’s time to get that product out the door and in the hands of distributors, the last thing a distiller wants to do is wait.
Transparency and communication are key in the RFP process to develop a true and lasting partnership with a 3PL provider.
Inbound Logistics explores the rules and regulations most likely to impact shippers in 2016.
The anticipated shifts in the European regulatory landscape introduce new tensions along the world’s supply chains. The establishment of cross-functional teams inside a company’s management structure can help an integrated strategy to succeed.
One of the common gripes voiced by organizations implementing logistics IT solutions is that the solution ends up costing more than expected. Use this advice when looking at prospective providers.
STEM disciplines broaden the field of logistics and industry standards by involving process strategies, planning, implementation tactics, and optimization in supply and demand. This is a fact students are recognizing and capitalizing on.