The market has always been dynamic, and for a long time static pricing was a shipper’s only option. Dynamic pricing saves time, reduces costs, and provides peace of mind across primary, backup, and spot offerings.
Increasing disruption has created complexities for supply chains and has made an impact on the transportation industry. To achieve success, supply chains need a “perfectly integrated” transportation network that’s designed to meet consumer expectations in a world where e-commerce, omni-channel, and evolving regulations are all changing the supply chain landscape.
Today’s end customer demands a level of service that can only be achieved through deep collaboration among partners. And the role of the marine terminal — with its reliance on state-of-the-art technology, innovative cargo-handling methods, and deep expertise in optimal routing — is more critical than ever before.