The life of the drayage trucker in “normal” times is a difficult one. And these times are anything but. Drew Herpich, chief commercial officer with Transportation Insight and Nolan Transportation Group. He discusses the pressures that are weighing on drivers today, and the prospects for relief.
In the wake of the e-commerce explosion, triggered by the pandemic and growing concerns around supply chain sustainability, pickup and drop-off (PUDO) networks are projected to grow significantly in the coming years.
Organizations are recalibrating to address supply chain pressures and disruptions amidst the changing world order. To build resilience, incorporating strategic technologies that solve their unique needs is critical.
The people on the warehouse floor, the folks who pick and pack your orders, and the men and women who drive the trucks that make your deliveries all know the problems that are making your business less efficient than it could be.
You should encourage them to tell you.
The latest news, analysis, services and systems regarding last-mile delivery and its impact within global supply chains. Today’s companies are transporting and delivering perishables and manufactured goods in a more timely and efficient manner than ever before thanks, in part, to the boom in e-commerce. New services and technologies for last-mile delivery are transforming the way companies do business — and allowing them to stay ahead of the competition in their industries. As these services continue to evolve, businesses are discovering new ways to increase efficiency and cut costs. Learn how companies are using last-mile delivery solutions to power their supply chains.
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