With the calendar getting closer to Monday, December 18, also known in trucking circles as the day that electronic logging devices (ELD) go live, it looks like things are all system go for the mandate, which has received a fair amount of attention in recent months.
A comprehensive look at the software, hardware and equipment that ensure packaging processes are as efficient as possible.
Getting a read on the state of the economy was a key theme at last week’s 2017 FTR Transportation Conference in Indianapolis. This annual event always does a terrific job of putting things into perspective, with insights coming from myriad industry stakeholders, including shippers, carriers, 3PLs, and analysts, among others.
Mollie Bailey, Director, International, LCB, at Transplace, provides readers with insights and advice on how to leverage the new ocean cargo carrier scenario in this exclusive interview.
Robots and Google Glass may be here sooner than you think, according to DHL
Logistics solutions have long had logic for both improving a shipper’s transportation capabilities and for doing commerce. While these solutions supported commercial transactions related to shipping, these are not true marketplaces. That is changing.
Academic conferences serve the critical purposes of bringing together scholars to not only advance the state of the art in research, teaching, and practice, but also to socialize with established and prospective members of the academic society. In this way, conferences help to instill and reinforce the values of the academic society. Logistics and supply…
Make no mistake about it, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma will touch all of us. Aside from the devastation inflicted on the hundreds of thousands of individuals and families, these hurricanes will also significantly impact corporations throughout North America.
Retail sales data for the month of August issued today by the United States Department of Commerce and the National Retail Federation were very consistent in showing sequential declines and annual gains.