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Fixing Failed Deliveries

Listed in: E-Commerce, Fulfillment / eFulfillment, Package Delivery

US eCommerce sales were up 44% in 2020– the highest annual growth in at least two decades. With that growth comes certain challenges – most notably, the issue of late or failed deliveries. 62% of consumers say they've experienced a late or failed delivery, likely caused by inaccurate address information. To get to the root of the issue, we surveyed 3,000 global shoppers and 300 retail executives to bring you our latest report: Fixing Failed Deliveries. Download a copy to uncover the true impact failed deliveries are having on your business. Plus, discover our top tips to optimize the customer experience and stamp out failed deliveries for good. 

Toronto Area Trucking Company | Cargo Carrier Montreal

Listed in: Fleet Management, Transportation, Trucking

President Dave Cox and chief technology officer Dave Brajkovich talk about Polaris Transportation's technology investments and how employees have embraced change. "Being comfortable with being uncomfortable" is the new norm as technology advances and continues to make a positive impact on the company's employees and customer experience

From Cookies to Careers: Removing Boundaries for the Next Generation of Supply Chain Talent

Listed in: Supply Chain Execution, Supply Chain Management & Optimization

This episode of DHL Supply Chain's podcast features a conversation with Tammy Wharton, president and CEO, and Jessica Martin, program product director, both of the Girl Scouts of Ohio's Heartland Council; and Tim Sprosty, senior vice president of human resources at DHL Supply Chain. Listen to part one of the conversation to get a behind-the-scenes look at the famed Girl Scout Cookie program.

Finder Files: Mystery Materials

Listed in: HazMat, Package Delivery, Transportation

An unmarked cardboard box gets delivered to a business. It looks like nothing special until the box is opened and chemical containers are found. Now what? Logistics and environmental professionals submit this scenario to Lion Technology's Finder Q&A more than you might think. Download this guide for tips to gather information that can help you properly reship or dispose of the package in compliance with regulations for hazardous materials and waste.

Navigating a World Transformed by COVID-19

Listed in: Intermodal, Logistics IT, TMS, Visibility

This third-party research study of logistics professionals, commissioned by Odyssey Logistics & Technology, examines the future of a world transformed due to COVID-19. Insights include: understanding visibility is crucial to vitality, discovering new ways to automate cost management, closing the communications gap, and more.

Fact or Fiction: Temperature-Controlled Shipping

Listed in: Moisture & Temperature Control, Refrigerated Warehousing, Transportation, Trucking

A recent study says that supply chain mishaps cause 40% of food waste in North America. Much of this waste can be avoided by understanding the intricacies of temperature-controlled shipping. Learn about the many misconceptions to set the record straight—after all, an informed supply chain is a successful supply chain. Download this e-book to take control of your operations.


Listed in: E-Commerce, Supply Chain Management & Optimization, TMS

As e-commerce has accelerated, so have customers' expectations. Many shoppers now expect the service they receive online to rival, or exceed, the in-store experience. To meet these growing demands, and to build a flourishing omnichannel e-commerce business, organizations must learn to master five main logistics capabilities.

Why enterprise shippers everywhere are demanding Instant Prebate for truckload RFPs

Listed in: Transportation & Freight Management, Trucking, Trucking-TL

Every year, North American shippers spend an estimated $7 billion on truckload freight that ships with empty space. Is your business one of them? If your organization uses traditional TL RFPs, it might be. Because the standard TL RFP process bases freight rates on a fixed-cost model (rather than load size), shippers pay for more space than their freight needs and trucks move half-empty. This makes no sense, especially when there’s another option. Flock Freight’s alternative to TL RFPs is Instant Prebate. Flock Freight’s Instant Prebate program accounts for load size and gives you a discount on your TL rate every time your freight doesn’t fill a trailer all the way. Download this white paper to see why Instant Prebate is a more efficient, affordable, and sustainable choice than the common TL RFP process.

Plan ahead with transportation market forecasts

Listed in: Transportation & Freight Management

With vaccine distribution underway, shippers are now planning for the slow return to normal life, anticipating the transportation trends in 2021.The report includes data from the Freight Market Intelligence Consortium, a group of leading shippers who use DAT iQ insights to benchmark and inform their transportation operations. Forecasts from the report anticipate a slower rise in contract rates for Q1, and it will likely take a few months for the markets to digest the increases experienced in late Q4. See what this might mean for Q2 in the Pulse Signal Report from DAT iQ.

2021 State of the Third-Party Logistics Industry Report

Listed in: 3PL, E-Commerce, Fulfillment / eFulfillment, Logistics IT

In the 2021 State of the Third-Party Logistics Industry Report, 3PL Central has detailed five trends to help 3PL warehouses become more resilient in an ever-changing marketplace. Request early access to learn more about: • Ecommerce and Omnichannel Fulfillment: The New Normal for 3PLs • Technology and Integrations: Meeting Customer Demands • IoT and Big Data: End-to-End Visibility • The Amazon Effect: Why 3PLs Need to Prepare • Supply Chain as a Service: The Wave of Outsourcing Sign up now to receive a copy delivered right to your inbox once the report is ready.

Digital Editions

January 2021 Cover

Full Digital Issue

January 2021

(420 pages • 70 MB PDF)

3PLs to the Rescue Cover

Full Digital Issue

3PLs to the Rescue

(244 pages • 41.8 MB PDF)

2021 Logistics Planner Cover

Digital Edition

2021 Logistics Planner

(124 pages • 9 MB PDF)

Reader’s Choice: Top 10 3PL Excellence Awards Cover

Digital Edition

Reader’s Choice: Top 10 3PL Excellence Awards

(9 pages • 0.58 MB PDF)

3PL Perspectives 2020 Cover

Digital Edition

3PL Perspectives 2020

(10 pages • 1.3 MB PDF)