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By letting market forces dictate rates and improving service, we can achieve freight rail competition.
To prepare for this coming shopping season, supply chain managers need to engage key stakeholders to review current logistics operations and strategically assess whether or not they are prepared to meet existing consumer expectations.
The preparations made by Florida seaports allowed them to perform efficiently and safely before, during, and after Hurricane Irma.
This story provides an update on the state of intermodal shipping in the United States today, with a look at some new services, new facilities, and infrastructure improvement projects.
Readers share the leadership insights that have had the biggest impact on them.
All logistics and transportation stakeholders must work together to eliminate the supply chain talent gap.
Inbound Logistics asked these experts to weigh in on the dimensional weight pricing changes that UPS and FedEx implemented on January 1, 2015.
Companies must formulate a strategic plan that includes core competencies and future business objectives to prepare to meet the challenges of the next decade.
Eelco de Graaf, vice president, supply chain operations at Lewis-Goetz and Company, is responsible for purchasing, shipping, manufacturing, and operational excellence.