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Saturday, October 01, 2011


Posted on 10/01 at 04:03 AM
ColumnsOctober 2011Stein MartPermalink


Friday, July 01, 2011

As we turn the corner towards a lasting recovery, we’re reminded of the columns that we wrote in the recent past signaling the shifts in partnerships between shippers and transportation providers—specifically on the rates and services “dance” and potential capacity tension.
Posted on 07/01 at 08:39 AM
ColumnsTruckingTruckloadJuly 2011TransportationLTLLess-Than-TruckloadPermalink


OPEC failed to revise production quotas, and upon learning of this decision, traders quickly bid the price back up
Posted on 07/01 at 08:32 AM
ColumnsGlobal LogisticsJuly 2011EnergyEmerging MarketsOilPermalink


Earlier this year i wrote about the winds of change affecting LTL pricing in North America. If shippers and carriers are going to take advantage of pricing deregulation then they have to work together to disaggregate, cooperate, and automate.
Posted on 07/01 at 08:12 AM
ColumnsTruckingJuly 2011TransportationLTLLess-Than-TruckloadPermalink


I’m not sure who said it, but it’s one of my favorite lines when it comes to putting the current market environment into perspective: You don’t know where you’re going unless you know where you’ve been.
Posted on 07/01 at 08:07 AM
ColumnsViewpointAir CargoOcean FreightTruckingRailroadJuly 2011TransportationPermalink


Procurement is one of many areas vying for a supply chain executive’s time and attention. But when you consider the variety and depth of benefits that high performance in procurement can deliver, perhaps a little extra time and attention are warranted.
Posted on 07/01 at 07:55 AM
ColumnsPearson on ExcellenceProcurementJuly 2011Permalink


Friday, December 17, 2010

An executive summary of industry news
Posted on 12/17 at 09:00 AM
ColumnsAir CargoFreightTruckingTransportationTradeDecember 2010Permalink


Thursday, October 14, 2010

Risk is part of business. It’s a significant, permanent reality faced by virtually every organization. Without risk, business as we know it might not exist. To compete, grow, and capture benefit, companies need to take chances. It’s what businesses do.
Posted on 10/14 at 09:44 AM
ColumnsPearson on ExcellenceProcurementTransportationPermalink


Monday, October 11, 2010

You finished your budget almost a year ago. At that time you forecasted what your volumes were going to be, you determined your origin and destination city pairs, and then set the levels of service that you’re going to provide internal customers and partners. You rolled it all up into the overall supply chain budget and then presented it to management.
Posted on 10/11 at 10:56 AM
ColumnsSage AdviceSupply ChainLogisticsTransportationPermalink



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