Are last-mile deliveries being left to ununiformed, lightly skilled, newly hired Uberesque drivers, despite technology upgrades and changing consumer demands?
Advance ship notices (ASNs) can boost the retail supply chain’s ability to deliver what the consumer wants with speed and accuracy.
Despite the highly competitive environment, it’s possible to compete with e-commerce giants. It just takes creativity, a strong, optimized supply chain and, of course, excellent customer service.
There is no magic bullet to overcome the challenges associated with the capacity crunch, but the supply chain has proven to be the competitive battleground of the future.
Profile of Doug Mueller, CEO of Breakthrough Fuel, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Having tools such as predictive analytics technology integrated with artificial intelligence while still enthusiastically embracing the craft of logistics will be how our industry truly innovates for our clients.
A mix of experienced logistics service providers, resilient infrastructure, flexible transportation options, and a seasoned workforce combine to make Alaska a land of promise for companies doing business with the state.
There is no “one size fits all” approach when it comes to managing transportation operations, so each shipper needs to carefully consider each option before making a decision.
As technology and innovation continue to enable new options, supply chains will be sure to keep pace and take us to new heights.
Like all modes of freight transportation, especially these days, change is constant. And that is apparent in the air freight sector. Logistics Management Group News Editor Jeff Berman recently caught up with Matt Castle, VP of Global Forwarding Products & Services at C.H. Robinson, to get an inside glimpse of the current state of the…Details