Note: Today’s post is part of our “Editor’s Choice” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide supply chain insights and advice. When I started my career in the late ’90s, supply chain was a cool place for math geeks! As a discipline supply chain was not really that big in…
Strapping choices must consider several factors, including workforce, product characteristics, volume, and shipping damage.
June 2019 shipments decreased by 20.7% when compared to June 2018 sales.
Israeli manufacturer of reusable plastic packaging acquires a wide range of production means.
In anticipation of the launching of “Trucking Financial Markets 360°”, Logistics Management, together with Lakefront Futures’ Trucking & Derivatives Group, will be publishing a series of articles over the next five weeks on the “A-Z” of trucking freight futures. This debut article provides an overview of the paradigm shift occurring in the trucking market and…
A new look may be coming to motor carrier hours-of-service (HOS) rules, with the Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) today issuing a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) geared towards HOS changes, with an emphasis on increasing safety through updating existing commercial motor vehicle driver regulations.
Focused on enhancing productivity, gaining efficiencies and improving labor utilization in the warehouse and DC, companies buoy the lift truck market by continuing to invest in both electric and internal combustion vehicles.
Overhead fans facilitate airflow, increasing throughput and employee retention even on the hottest days.
Man-up lift trucks put the operator right where the action is, simplifying inventory movements.
A cellular-based lift truck usage tracking system maximizes use of the current fleet while right-sizing it for future operations.