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5 Reasons a Routing Guide is Essential to Minimize Shipping Mistakes

There are significant variables to consider when shipping. Most routine shipments have standard procedures in place to ensure appropriate action; however, all it takes is one variable difference to change the entire dynamic of an outbound shipment. Does your shipping department know how to adapt? Do they know what to do for a non-standard shipment? A routing guide will [...]

April 13th, 2021|Shipping Logistics|

Shipping Rates Set to Increase: Now’s the Time to Audit Your Auditing Practices

The facts surrounding freight invoices are prevalent. As many as 12% of all freight invoices are incorrect — a number that jumps to as high as 30% when dealing with ocean invoices. Auditing needs to be a priority for every shipper, now more than ever. Freight rates have been steadily climbing for weeks now, and they’re likely to continue [...]

April 13th, 2021|Freight Audit|

Track and Trace: Top Concern for Shippers During COVID-19

Where’s your shipment of widgets right now? Where was it yesterday? Where will it be tomorrow? In three days? At the end of the week? These are pertinent questions any shipper or supply chain manager has on a daily (or even hourly) basis. As the complexity of global supply chains has grown, so has the demand for oversight at [...]

February 2nd, 2021|Supply Chain|

The COVID-19 Silver Lining: 3 Ways the Pandemic is Pushing Freight Innovation

COVID-19 was a wakeup call for supply chain managers around the world. From the simplest supply chains to the most complex, there was no escape from the disruption of the pandemic. Now, as supply chain professionals look back at the disruption, many are looking ahead at ways to prevent a future situation from arising. How do you recoup more [...]

January 25th, 2021|Freight Technology and Trends|

Do We Have the Logistics and Supply Chains for Rapid Pharmaceutical Distribution?

There’s tremendous pressure on pharmaceutical developers and manufacturers to produce a COVID-19 vaccine. But what most people are only now beginning to realize is that even with a viable vaccine, there’s still an exceptional challenge in distributing it. Factors like cold transport, middle mile delivery, warehousing, and more are all question marks as it relates to global distribution of [...]

November 12th, 2020|Shipping Logistics, Supply Chain|

Reopening Businesses Drive ‘Historic Demand’ for Freight

2020 has been a volatile year for freight. March and April saw historic drop-offs in freight volume and demand. Now, we’re seeing the opposite as the freight industry rebounds in a major way. Data from Uber Freight is showing ‘historic demand’ as businesses reopen and demand for goods kicks up at the end of the third quarter. It’s a [...]

November 11th, 2020|Freight News|

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