Inbound Logistics' 14th annual Global Logistics Guide presents a transportation and logistics world atlas to help you stay on top of shifting global dynamics and identify and map out continents and countries that require further exploration.
E-commerce continues to mow down traditional business practices. To adapt, companies serving manufacturing, industrial, and retail customers are seeding their portfolios with new services, and not letting any grass grow under their feet.
Dedicated truckload fleets fill up on technology solutions that pump crucial data from power units and trailers and deliver it to shippers ready to give their supply chains the gas.
In the logistics sphere, Georgia offers every important road—as well as air and sea route—to success.
Profile of Frank Guenzerodt, president and CEO, Dachser USA
Profile of Mike Parsley, senior vice president of distribution with Tailored Brands, Inc., a U.S.-based retail holding company for Men’s Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank, and other men’s apparel brands.
3PL Line: Third-Party Logistics Perspectives
Partnering with a 3PL could be the best solution to improved visibility and lower costs over the long haul.
Demand-driven logistics can help manage supply chain disruption caused by trade uncertainty, tariffs, protectionism, and retaliation.
Readers reveal what they would tell their younger selves about supply chain management.
IT Matters: Logistics & Supply Chain Technology
Demand Modeling helps improve the design of your supply chain to better account for explainable changes in demand.
The Lean Supply Chain
The Internet of Things offers greater differentiation and innovation of the supply chain, which can lead to a competitive advantage.
Use these tips to obtain end-to-end visibility, and ultimately, ensure a more efficient supply chain.
Companies concerned with cost control, competitive differentiation, and innovation are more than ever seeking professionals who can drive substantive change.
With a digital model of the global supply chain, companies can realize collaboration, automation, analytics and flexibility. The result is a transformed global supply chain with improved margins, greater agility, and reduced risk.
Providers that specialize and target a specific industry, geographical market, or will limit their service offering are referred to as niche 3PL’s. Here are some of the advantages to using a niche 3PL over a traditional provider.