Today’s Competitive Supply Chain: Digital, Smaller, More Resilient

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March 27, 2017 | By Sean Riley Tags: 3PL, Ocean, Trucking, Cloud Computing, Transportation, Logistics, Technology , Third-Party Logistics, Supply Chain Sean Riley is Global Industry Director, Supply Chain, Manufacturing & Transportation, Software AG, 630-434-0720 Historically, the supply chain and manufacturing industry has been relatively slow to embrace the […]

Take a Load Off Your Fleet

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November 13, 2018 | By Felecia Stratton Tags: Trucking, Transportation, Logistics, Supply Chain Maintenance and repair (M&R) is the top factor motivating fleet executives to acquire new trucks, say 40 percent of respondents to a recent Fleet Advantage survey of more than 1,000 fleet executives. M&R costs have moved front […]

Wait Loss Program – Inbound Logistics

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November 13, 2018 | By Felecia Stratton Tags: Trucking, Transportation, Logistics The supply-demand dynamic in the trucking market is out of balance, even as more drivers enter the field. With tight capacity, carriers can pick and choose which shippers and facilities to work with. In order to remain competitive and […]

The New Faces of Trucking

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November 13, 2018 | By Inbound Logistics Staff Tags: Trucking, Education & Careers, Transportation, Education, Supply Chain Leilani and Cheyenne are the first female students enrolled in Patterson High School’s trucking driving program. Leilani and Cheyenne are not your typical high school students. What sets them apart is that they […]

Most Read Articles of 2019

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January 31, 2020 Tags: Trucking, E-commerce, Food Logistics, Technology These Inbound Logistics articles caught your eye and claimed your clicks. From weaving sustainable practices into your supply chain to revealing how Impossible Burger met impossibly high demands, here is the 2019 content that got you buzzing. 1. Can You See […]

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