Commentary

Commentary

Many motor carriers perform street turns when they can, but there’s never been a way to perform them at scale.
Why do logistics companies use the few hundred years of experience from their boards of directors, the first line of management, and a few above-average employees, and leave the many thousand years of experience of the rest of the workforce out of the picture?
For many, the National Motor Freight Classification (NMFC) system for pricing has long outlived its need and value.
California agriculture needs the
Constructive feedback, rather than personal attacks, help improve "State of Logistics."
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) 2022 State of Logistics Report, the 33rd version, was unveil
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) 2022 State of Logistics Report, the 33rd version, was unveil
Expanding visibility technology enables shippers to use data about the actual performance of their networks to negotiate rates and capacity with advanced awareness of whether what carriers and forwarders are offering will be profitable.
The broader question is if a permanent expansion of the FMC’s regulatory authority is warranted in response to a short-term concern during unprecedented time.
It is no secret that the supply c
As America’s supply chain continu
LTL capacity will continue to be tight and rates will keep rising in 2022, but shippers can minimize the impact of this challenging market by modifying their shipping practices to be more carrier-friendly.