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Tuesday, June 16, 2015
As more companies conduct business globally, and as more customers demand a wider array of shipping and receiving options, the need for holistic, omni-modal transportation systems has become imperative. The days when manual spreadsheets, phone calls, and emails were enough to effectively manage the transportation component are long gone.
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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Factors such as rising freight rates, shrinking capacity, an increased desire for global supply chain visibility, have all worked together to drive the need for instituting a culture of continuous improvement in logistics operations and transportation management systems (TMS). To meet today's complex logistics challenges, managers are stepping into a more streamlined, automated approach to transportation management in order to function at optimal levels both domestically and internationally. Read the latest special report.
Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Available today, "Transportation's Perfect Storm - the Sequel!" re-examines, and enhances, the list of best practices shippers can implement not only to avoid capacity shortages, but also to lower transportation costs.
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Thursday, February 03, 2011
This FREE Research Brief provides insights into the challenges and concerns medium and large businesses are encountering in their freight transportation operations.