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Track/Trace Solutions for the Logistics Supply Chain

Track/Trace Solutions for the Logistics Supply Chain

Consumer satisfaction with the quality of your products is clearly important, but the service you provide before and after the sale is equally important to any business, but often overlooked as benefiting the bottom line. However, providing efficient tracking and tracing of shipped products... »


3PLs Transition from Providers to Collaborative Partners, Study Says

Today's rapid pace of change is adding complexity to the roles of shippers and their logistics providers, so many 3PLs have evolved from tactical service providers to collaborative partners that take on greater accountability and control. Providers have also increased their technology expectations,... »


North American CEOs Pleased With Recent Growth, Project Even More, Study Finds

All CEOs of 14 North American 3PLs say their companies were profitable in 2015 and believe the regional 3PL industry had also been profitable for the year. Moreover, each sees the bottom line continuing to be positive over the next three years. »


Warning: Your Drone Can Be Hacked, Directed to Crash

Warning: Your Drone Can Be Hacked, Directed to Crash

Insurance giant Allianz has warned that the increasing volume of drones in our skies could present a major cybersecurity threat, potentially even resulting in loss of life. »


Confidence in Ocean Transportation Industry Begins to Resurface

A weak trend of improvement in the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index is evident, though the Index is still short of the neutral 50 point mark. »


Canadian Shippers See Slight Increase in Ground Transportation Cost in July

Canadian Shippers See Slight Increase in Ground Transportation Cost in July

Results published by the Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI) indicate that the total cost of ground transportation for Canadian shippers increased by just 0.15 percent in July, as compared with June results. »


Digital Supply Chain Tech Could Drive Huge Savings for Heavy Vehicles, Study Says

Digital Supply Chain Tech Could Drive Huge Savings for Heavy Vehicles, Study Says

Annual operating costs for heavy goods vehicles could be slashed by around 28 percent per vehicle by 2025 by adopting new digital supply chain technology. »


Hanjin Collapse Spotlights Concerns About Shipping Temperature-Sensitive Perishables

Recent events, such as the Hanjin collapse, have shone a spotlight on the deeply interconnected nature of today's container shipping networks and demonstrated how little visibility many shippers have into the whereabouts and status of their cargo as it moves through a complex web of service... »


Johanson Transportation Launches Cloud-Based TMS

Johanson Transportation Launches Cloud-Based TMS

Johanson Transportation Service (JTS), a third-party logistics provider, has launched FreightOptixx, a cloud-based transportation-management system (TMS). »


AA Cargo Seeks Pharma Handling Certification From IATA

AA Cargo Seeks Pharma Handling Certification From IATA

American Airlines Cargo has signed with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to obtain certification for the handling of pharmaceuticals and healthcare products. »


Fifty Percent Decline in Jet Fuel Propels Airlines to Nearly $40Bn Profit

Famed investor Warren Buffett once warned that investing in airlines was "a death trap." He may be rethinking his view on the airline industry now that the trade group for the world's carriers has predicted that the industry will pocket a record $39.4bn this year. »


Does Robust Trade in Used Class 8 Trucks Signal Shift Away From New Ones?

Does Robust Trade in Used Class 8 Trucks Signal Shift Away From New Ones?

Used Class 8 truck same-dealer sales volumes continued to show volatility in August, yet remained on a positive trend, including a 19 percent increase over July. »


TQL Opens New Offices in Missouri, Arizona

Total Quality Logistics, a nationwide freight brokerage, is opening offices in Missouri and Arizona. »


Achieving Break-Through Savings and Improved Trade Compliance

Challenge: The client, a large Fortune 500 company, is a designer, manufacturer, and distributor of clean air and automotive products and systems The Company had been expanding their manufacturing and engineering footprint as they grew operations worldwide. »


Maersk Separates Struggling Shipping, Energy Operations Into Separate Companies

Danish shipping and oil conglomerate A.P. Moller-Maersk plans to separate its businesses into transport and energy divisions in a bid to better tackle the problems facing its struggling businesses. »


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