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Midwest Association of Rail Shippers Opens Summer Meeting Registration

Shippers will discuss the changing market environment and feature key transportation executives.

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Companies Preparing for Supply Chain Digital Disruption

A new study reveals growth companies are investing in customer-facing supply chain solutions to improve supply chain efficiencies in the digital era.

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Four Tips for Cargo Theft Prevention

Memorial Day weekend is one of the most popular times for cargo theft. In contrast to non-holiday weekends, Memorial Day weekend has seen a 40% higher rate in theft. Use these tips to your protect cargo.

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Technological Advances That Will Improve the Supply Chain

Technological advances to improve operations and profit margins are prominent within the supply chain industry. These are the significant technology trends to watch.

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Schneider Expands Intermodal Network With Baltimore Ramp

The new ramp will provide shippers with more efficient service and capacity in Mid-Atlantic region.

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ATA Report Sees Growth in Freight, Trucking Through 2026

A new report released Monday by the American Trucking Associations (ATA) projects freight volumes will increase by nearly 29 percent over the next 11 years.

Why China Slowdown Isn't All Bad for Shipping Industry

Weaker demand from a slower-growing Chinese economy is putting the global freight industry through rough waters, but for Singapore-based IMC Pan Asia Alliance Group, there's a bright side to this downturn.

Could the Automotive Supply Chain Snap?

A combination of rebounding sales and an unprecedented number of new models in the works has stretched the auto parts supply chain so taut that the entire industry is holding its collective breath that it does not snap and jeopardize the recovery.

Big Data Could Improve Supply Chain Efficiency—If Companies Would Let It

Powerful software is giving us new insights into large-scale efficiency. But logistics veterans say companies aren’t always ready to think big.

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