July 2016 Issue

In this issue:
  • State of Logistics: Pursue mutual benefit
  • Truckload brokerage roundtable
  • 5 overlooked WMS functions
  • State of voice technology


IN THIS ISSUE
By · July 8, 2016
New value proposition needed in the Third Party Logistics market, State of Logistics, State of Third Party Logistics 2016, State of 3PL 2016, 3PL Update 2016


By · July 8, 2016
Ocean shippers to keep expectations in check, Ocean Freight Logistics News, Ocean Cargo Update, State of Ocean Cargo, Ocean Freight News 2016


By · July 7, 2016
New trade agreements may drive long-term recovery, air freight logistics forecast, 2016 air freght


By · July 7, 2016
Rail and Intermodal Volumes Fell in the 2016 State of Logistics Report. The Rail and Intermodal services have recovered


By · July 7, 2016
TL carriers hammered on rates in soft, mid-year freight environment


By · July 7, 2016
LTL carriers adjusting to “more competitive” pricing environment


By · July 7, 2016
While it’s currently a shippers market, the authors of this year’s report contend that we’ve entered a “period of transition” that will usher in a realignment of capacity, lower inventories, economic growth and “moderately higher” rates. It’s time to tighten the ties that bind.


By · July 7, 2016
Use of voice picking systems continues to grow to help distribution operations keep up with e-commerce driven “each” picking. Now, besides order picking of items, voice is expanding into other possible use cases, while vendors focus on gleaning workforce optimization insights from all the data being gathered.


By · July 6, 2016
Supporting the day-to-day operations within the four walls of a warehouse is no easy task, but it can get particularly onerous when your hands are tied behind your back.


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