GOOD QUESTION | When choosing a logistics provider, what’s more important: cost or customer service?
Readers reveal the deciding factor in choosing a logistics provider: cost or customer service.
What Does FMCSA Increase To 50% Random Drug Testing Rate Mean For Fleets And The CDL Clearinghouse?
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has increased its random drug testing rate from 25% of CDL drivers to 50%.
Noted: The Supply Chain in Brief
From green initiatives to supply chain appointments, here's a rundown of the latest deals and doings in the supply chain.
Taking the Wheel of GM's Service Parts
Lisa Veneziano, GM's executive director of global aftersales supply chain, warehousing, and logistics, discusses her role and some of GM's best practices.
IN BRIEF: New Services & Solutions
From the latest automated guided vehicle and asset-tracking device to the newest routes and software systems, here's what's new and notable in the supply chain.
Artificial Intelligence Gets Real
Read the key findings of a global research study in which 90% of respondents reported plans to implement AI in certain parts of their business.
Growing a Green Supply Chain
Green is the new black in supply chains. Whether it's a conscious effort or the byproduct of streamlining your operations, going green can pay off.
Drones Make the Medicine Go Down
UPS Flight Forward Inc. and CVS Pharmacy successfully completed the first revenue-generating drone delivery of a medical prescription to a consumer's home.
Seeing Clearly: The Value of Visibility
Few parts of the enterprise have transformed more radically over the years than supply chain as companies struggle to navigate global sourcing, just-in-time delivery models, and unprecedented customer expectations for product availability and delivery speed.
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