Third-party logistics operator C.H.
C.H. Robinson Worldwide
Third-party logistics giant C.H.
Freight brokerage giant C.H. Robinson says its base of carriers shrank 6 percent, or 3,000 carriers, in 2009 as the recession took a toll on transportation capacity providers.
Two of today’s greatest supply chain challenges are cost savings and sustainability. Greater fuel efficiency contributes to both.
Surging freight volume in the fourth quarter boosted sales at logistics giant C.H. Robinson Worldwide, but falling rates offset volume increases in many of its transportation services.
Cargo interests are gradually shifting from last year's recession mentality to embrace growth strategies, but their investments in supply chain improvements are still constrained.
Both planning and execution in supply chains and transportation continues to get more complex.
Through cost cutting and a pair of key acquisitions, non-asset based third party logistics company C.H.
Third-party logistics giant C.H. Robinson Worldwide, bulking up its produce distribution business, acquired two jointly-owned agriculture operations, the company announced Tuesday.