New tools like blockchain and IoT, as well as advances in existing tools such as RFID, are helping companies gain greater visibility to their supply chains.
Successfully tapping into Alaska’s growth depends on the perseverance, innovation, efficiency, and resources of logistics providers whose experience has withstood the test of time and travel in this most extraordinary state.
As the demand for faster shipping and better e-commerce availability increases, retailers will need to adopt new order fulfillment and shipping strategies to stay in prime shape.
Inbound Logistics' annual survey highlights key trends in the supply chain technology market and shines a light on the brightest and most innovative providers.
Today, many 3PLs provide the technology solutions and expertise shippers need to manage increasingly complicated customer relationships.
Randa improves pick, pack and ship process with supply chain consulting firm VSS and Cybra's MarkMagic barcode labeling software
Profile of Victor Finnegan, president and CEO, American Expediting
A profile of Matt Cantatore, COO of Ollie, a national service that delivers healthy, high-quality pet food that it sells direct-to-consumers.
Four recent independent Artificial Intelligence (AI) advances indicate that self-aware supply chains, or what some are calling cognitive supply chains, may be closer than we think.
Readers reveal the first action they would take to address the supply chain talent gap.
Smart Moves: Supply Chain Careers & Education Advice
To address today’s logistics talent gap, we need to rethink how we rethink the pipeline for talent in our own companies.
Trade Compliance Strategist
The complex international trade environment requires due diligence for shippers to remain compliant with ever-changing rules and restrictions.
Viewpoint: Logistics & Supply Chain Analysis
The longer the trade tensions between the United States and other countries persist, the more the U.S. agricultural industry needs to rally around containerized soybean shipping to overseas markets.
Practical steps that shippers can take to improve their success in securing capacity.
Freight agents rely on technology to maintain the daily operations of their businesses. But how are they using data gathered from technology to drive growth?
Although the trucking industry is slow in changing its traditional models or absorbing new methodologies, the impact and benefits of emergent technologies can no longer be ignored.
Navigating today’s supply chain challenges requires timely, accurate and holistic visibility into a company’s transportation operations. But that doesn’t mean access to more spreadsheets containing old data; instead, success relies on a shipper’s ability to view the entire network in real-time and easily access critical, actionable information.
A leading retailer engaged Hub Group to develop an optimized solution that maximized the limited capacity in markets throughout its supply chain.
How to overcome the challenge of data management—integrating multiple data sources in a transportation management system (TMS)
Knowing how to quickly set up and configure supply chain technology so the solutions work for individual customers is the key to getting the most flexible and powerful performance from industry leading package applications.
DLS Worldwide’s CRM System provides customers with a simple interface in which shippers can find multimodal quoting, booking and reporting, shipment tracking, and invoice management with online payment options.
Track & trace data allows for the shipping process to move smoothly and expectedly and provides opportunities for remedies when things don’t go smoothly.
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