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Air Cargo's Top 5 Challenges Increasing fuel prices, security threats, changing inventory strategies, mode shifting, and provider consolidation have the air cargo industry in a tailspin. Here's how carriers and shippers plan to fly past these challenges.
Paying the Bills: Choosing the Right Freight Bill Payment Provider While paying freight bills will never be fun, it shouldn't be painful. For some shippers, outsourcing the function to a freight bill payment provider is the logical choice. Here are some free tips - from the book The Role of Freight Bill Payment and Transportation Management in the Supply Chain Industry, by J. Kenneth Hazen with Clifford F. Lynch, CTSI - for selecting the right provider.
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Need Some Brain Stimulation? The Denver Transportation Club, in association with the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, will host its annual Operation Stimulus Transportation Forum, Jan. 25-27, 2007, in Denver, Colo. Designed to provide a mid-winter "brain stimulation," Operation Stimulus provides education and networking opportunities for logistics professionals, procurement specialists, shipping and receiving managers, and supply chain officers. For more information email:firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2006 Logistics Planner gives you detailed information on the market leaders that can meet your demands for speed, lower inventories, quick and easy tracking and tracing, cycle time compression and integrated logistics expertise. These are the companies that can help you drive change. Click here for detailed information on more than 180 logistics leaders.
Stymied by stickering? Exasperated by XML? And just what is Poka Yoke, anyway? Here's help: Inbound Logistics' glossary of transportation, logistics, supply chain, and international trade terms and definitions: http://www.inboundlogistics.com/glossary/
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