UPS remains the world’s most valuable logistics brand at US$22 billion, while TNT Express’s brand value dropped 42 percent, making it the fastest-falling brand in 2017.
In today’s returns economy, retailers need to be able to separate the “good” return from the preventable one. To get better data on returns, here are three steps they can take.
Organizations are turning to third party logistics providers and enhanced transportation management technology to deliver the velocity, visibility, predictability, and control they need.
Shippers are increasingly learning that to uncover efficiencies and forecast effectively they need visibility into their supply chains—including their payment process.
The future of TMS systems is not only to monitor service in real-time, but to properly audit the carrier’s invoice through settlement.
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This story looks at several ways in which companies are applying Internet of Things (IoT) technology to supply chain management.
Recent randomware attacks reveal vulnerabilities in manufacturing, logistics and supply chain security.