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Get your freight where it needs to go with this special edition featuring effective trucking strategies and listing the top 100 carriers that you can rely on to keep your supply chain moving. From how e-commerce retailers are flexing to meet demand to insight into selecting the best warehouse management system for your business, this edition offers insider expertise and strategies for efficient supply chains.
From deploying technology to precisely positioning inventory, this edition is quick to reveal the supply chain strategies that let shippers accomplish feats of e-commerce fulfillment in record time. This edition will get you moving, checking in on the latest developments in the airfreight sector and rounding up a guide to the expedited solutions providers that can help you deliver ASAP.
From revealing why shippers are taking a fresh look at intermodal transportation and what impact ocean alliances are having on freight and contracts, this issue focuses on top-of-mind supply chain and transportation concerns. Including a guide on how to keep your cargo safe from theft, and a rundown of the three ocean alliances, this issue puts shippers on the right track. Also: Cargo Security: The Art of the Steal.
Our annual trucking issue delivers the total package: original market research, carrier benchmarking best practices, transportation management strategies, and our Top 100 Truckers directory. Also in this issue: freight audit and payment services, mobile communications in the warehouse, WMS Buyer’s Guide, and more.
Whos Who in Airfreight Forwarding 2013
Inbound Logistics’ annual guide spotlights the airfreight partners that help shippers gear up for takeoff.
Airportfolio: Set to Soar
The global supply chain relies on airport facilities with the infrastructure and capacity to handle shipments safely and efficiently. The six U.S. airports profiled here are first-class all the way.
Whos Who in Airfreight Forwarding
Inbound Logistics’ annual guide helps shippers explore airfreight partners that meet their unique requirements.