New Services and Solutions
These are the latest supply chain solutions and services you should know about.
Last-Mile Technology Needs a Radical Rethink
Without great delivery route planning and scheduling, all the smart, powerful technology invested in grinds to a halt at the final hurdle.
An Open Ledger: Six Ways Blockchain Will Change Supply Chains
Transporting empty containers costs the shipping industry as much as $15-$20 billion a year. Blockchain will allow for better capacity utilization. And that’s just for starters.
Teaching Logistics Excellence
The talent gap continues to be a concern in the supply chain/logistics sector. To help combat it, many universities and educational institutions are working to attract new students to the sector, and provide appropriate training. One such school is the University of Washington, College of Engineering-Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics master's program.
4 Ways to Tell If Your Alcohol Carrier Knows the Hard Stuff
As technology and innovation continue to enable new options, supply chains will be sure to keep pace and take us to new heights.
Combat Cargo: The Challenges of Military Logistics
Think you're a project cargo master? If you really want to be all you can be, try moving difficult cargo into an area with terrible infrastructure and hostile combatants, something military logisticians do every day.
Implementing Blockchain Technology
Blockchain technology creates a global and trustworthy history of a product—from transaction to production to consumption. It has the potential to revolutionize workflows across international borders, empowering an automated, connected supply chain with simplicity and traceability.
Solution Generates Cost Savings
When an industrial manufacturer needed to reduce supply chain costs they teamed up with Crane Worldwide Logistics for an innovative solution.
Choosing a TMS: What’s Your Endgame?
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.
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