We Won’t Be Fooled Again: The Enterprise Perspective

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January 31, 2022 | By Merrill Douglas Tags: Risk Management, Manufacturing, Big Data In today’s tough supply chain environment, companies are spinning big-picture solutions that will keep them on the charts now and for the long play. The pandemic has made people question some of the basic assumptions of their […]

Masterful Moves: Overcoming Deadlines, Pressures, and the Pandemic

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January 31, 2022 Tags: Warehousing, Supply Chain Management, Partnership Holman Logistics provided its client with Extraordinary Service resulting in seamless execution for a warehouse move done in record time. THE CHALLENGE Seeking to optimize its Northwest omnichannel supply chain operations and having outgrown its existing 204,000-square-foot distribution center, one Holman […]

E-Commerce: Delivering the Goods – Inbound Logistics

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May 05, 2022 Tags: Retail, Distribution, E-commerce, Customer Service A new study from Descartes Systems Group shows the ongoing e-commerce growth and the importance of delivery performance for customers. After two years of aggressive growth due to the pandemic, e-commerce has become a purchasing method of choice across the globe. […]

Keeping Drivers and the Community Safe During the Pandemic

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September 15, 2020 Tags: Trucking, Transportation Management, Safety Syfan Logistics changed shipment pickup, verification, and receiving procedures for its truck drivers to ensure their safety, protecting their health and that of the community. The Challenge When the COVID-19 crisis began earlier this year, it was imperative for Syfan Logistics—an essential […]

Combating the Logistics Labor Shortage By Addressing Driving Factors

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August 16, 2021 Tags: Trucking, Warehousing, Labor Management Understanding the underlying causes behind the logistics labor shortage is key to addressing it. Here are the strategies implemented by Taylored Services to combat the shortage. The U.S. labor market is experiencing a crisis, with shortages across all sectors and pay levels. […]

2021 Trucking Perspectives – Inbound Logistics

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September 11, 2021 | By Merrill Douglas Tags: Trucking, Partnership, Transportation Through its exclusive annual survey of motor carriers and shippers, Inbound Logistics offers a picture of the trucking industry in an economy distorted by supply chain disruptions. Remember the start of 2021, when we thought COVID-19 vaccines would signal […]

Technology: Bread & Butter of 3PL Solutions

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April 07, 2022 Tags: Logistics I.T., Transportation Management, Technology , Third-Party Logistics, Automation Third-party logistics providers rise to the challenge, rolling in IT capabilities to become indispensable supply chain partners. Customer demand follows roughly similar patterns in most years, making it possible to project supply and demand with some confidence. […]

E-commerce Growth: Slower but Hefty

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April 07, 2022 Tags: Global Economy, Asia, Demand Planning, E-commerce, Technology Even as growth slowed from 2020’s pandemic-fueled explosion in activity, the global e-commerce market still grew a robust 19.9% in 2021, according to Transport Intelligence (Ti). Indications are growth will slow but remain hefty. Ti’s market sizing and forecast […]

Vertical Focus: Exercise Equipment – Inbound Logistics

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April 07, 2022 Tags: Demand Planning, China, E-commerce, Finance, Retail Logistics, Supply Chain Planet Fitness is one fitness club company that has thrived in recent years, growing from 918 locations in 2014 to more than 2,200 in 2021. FISCAL Fitness Here’s a sampling of statistics about the fitness equipment industry, […]

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