Logistics providers who work to understand shippers' needs help create customer service success, as illustrated by case studies involving Pep Boys, McCain Foods, and USG Corporation.
As yet another sign that the U.S. economy is emerging from the downturn, the logistics job market is picking up, with a steady increase in hiring since last year.
Handling oversized cargo requires a special touch. Here's how to find a project logistics provider with the know-how to get the job done right.
A growing consumer interest in locally grown food is changing the way many food companies source products. Food quality and safety concerns, transportation costs, and local economic development efforts are compelling restaurants, groceries, and wholesalers to engage smaller producers and localize their supply chains.
A warehouse optimization project enables leather goods distributor Tandy Brands to better serve customers.
Joe Perillo, director of supply chain, logistics, and lean enterprise for PTR Baler and Compactor, leads through influence.
To survive and grow in today's demanding, competitive economy, companies must excel at both supply chain management and customer service.
Danny Halim of JDA Software offers strategies for minimizing risk in the global supply chain.
Dan Steere of GreenRoad offers tips for encouraging truck driver safety.
Avoid costly delays when shipping perishables with these tips from Crowley Maritime Corporation's Nelly Yunta and Kip Douglas
Above & Beyond
When Boise Paper wanted to consolidate five Northeast region facilities into just one, it turned to Nexus Distribution for customer service excellence built on a sound implementation process.
Above & Beyond
Women’s apparel retailer Charming Shoppes praises the red-carpet treatment it gets from logistics partner Hyundai Merchant Marine.
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