New supply chain services and solutions.
With so many choices available, shippers must truly understand what they want a Transportation Management System to accomplish in order to make the right selection.
New and noteworthy in the supply chain.
Over the past nine years, the number of global ocean cargo carriers operating in multiple trade lanes has dropped from 21 to 12—yet the container industry remains only marginally competitive. Shippers, meanwhile, are demanding better service in all vessel deployments.
Port labor accord is back with yesterday’s news that the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA), the largest union of maritime workers in North America, and the United States Maritime Alliance (USMX), an alliance of container carriers, direct employers, and port associations serving United States-based East and Gulf Coasts, have come to a tentative agreement on new…Details
Political bluster aside, logistics professionals on all sides of the border agree that careful planning, attention to detail and good partnerships are all key to continued, efficient cross-border transit—no matter who’s in the White House.
There’s nothing static about warehouse management systems from enterprise resource planning suppliers. The user base is expanding at a notable clip, and next-generation supply chain technologies from the Cloud to data analytics and smart glasses are in their future.
A tight labor market driven by the uptick in e-commerce, increased omni-channel distribution pressures, Baby Boomer attrition and the implementation of game-changing technology are pushing logistics management professionals to rethink the way they hire, train and retain valued employees.
These six rail segments, which comprise roughly 650 miles, are considered “non-core properties” by CSX, with CSX saying its decision to solicit them was based on a detailed evaluation of each line and its potential to be operated more effectively by a highly qualified, third party.