The Top 5 Transportation Management Blogs of 2016 …So Far

Top Transportation Management Blogs of 2016

Today, we wrap up our series on the top 5 blogs in our 4 main categories (Freight, Manufacturing, Logistics, and Supply Chain). Our last post covered the Top 5 Supply Chain blogs of 2016. Today’s post will cover the top 5 Transportation Management blogs from 2016 so far. I encourage you to scroll through the main four categories blogs or the Cerasis blog in general so you can catch some great content. We try and post one blog post per day in these categories, but we also have sub categories as well. You can view all of our categories by using the drop down menu on the right side of this blog post about halfway down. There is some really great stuff not only by the Cerasis staff, but also a number of guest bloggers.

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Top Transportation Management Blogs from the First Half of 2016 So Far

The transportation management blogs category most top viewed blog posts from the first half of 2016 included several elements of the transportation management. From transportation management trends to creating a competitive logistical edge. It is evident that many folks want more information around to stay ahead of any changes that happen in this area.

Here are the 5 top transportation management blogs from the first half of this year by page views, with the most list first.

1. The Carrier Scorecard: Measuring the 11 Things that Matter

Maintaining the best possible fleet for your shipping needs requires vigilance and the tracking of specific measures across their performance. If you do not know how well your carrier performs, explains Merrill Douglas of Inbound Logistics, you cannot determine if you are actually seeing a positive return on investment. While many shippers and carriers have moved toward digital, automated data capture, it is still necessary to create a carrier scorecard, which helps you see what carriers are better suited for your needs. Yet, all metrics and scorecards are not equal, and you need to know what metrics should be included in your carrier scorecard.  Get The Full List Here

2. The Top 10 Most Common LTL Shipping Mistakes Made by Shippers

Less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping is one of the most efficient ways to move shipments when you cannot justify the cost of a full truckload. Unfortunately, shippers may be losing money on LTL shipping if they do not know how to maximize efficiency and cost-effectiveness in each shipment. According to Joe Lynch, shippers face many challenges and problems in LTL shipping. But, knowing where LTL shipping mistakes are likely to occur can help shippers ensure their freight is delivered according to their expectations and needs. Furthermore, learning to recognize and prevent these LTL shipping mistakes is critical to keeping shipping costs down and fostering productivity.  Get The Full List Here

3. [e-Book] 8 Big Factors to Consider for Efficient LTL Shipping

LTL shipments account for the majority of revenue generated by the transportation industry as a whole. Invest resources in making sure that your staff is knowledgeable about LTL practices and procedures to create an efficient LTL shipping practice in your business. At the end of the day, the more efficient and sustainable you are with your practices for LTL shipping, the more competitive you are, the happier your customers and employees are, and most importantly, you have a healthier bottom line. 

In this all new e-book, we will discuss 8 core areas that LTL shippers can focus on in order to have more efficient LTL shipping practices. Simply fill out the form to get your copy of the e-book right into your email inbox! Get Your FREE eBook Here

4. 6 Transportation Management Trends for 2016

2016 will be a defining year for the logistics industry, and transportation management practices must adapt to these changes. Some of these transportation management trends reflect real worries for the logistics industry. However, logistics providers and shippers are starting to understand how to best combat each of these problems through the application oftransportation management technologies. Take a look at six of the trends to watch for in transportation management this year.  Read All 6 Transportation Management Trends Here

5. [e-Book] How To Shift From Tactical To Strategic Logistics and Transportation Management To Create A Competitive Advantage

Transportation management is no longer a tactical approach to simply moving freight and doing it at the lowest possible cost. There are several factors that exist today that are forcing shippers to use even more resources, which distract from their core competencies, in order to have a strategic and much more nuanced, complex transportation management practice. Those savvy shippers who either find those resources internally or are doing what a lot of shippers are now doing, outsourcing to a transportation management service provider, are using a more strategic and effective transportation management approach as a competitive advantage tool, in the ever-challenging economic and commercial landscape.

As we head towards what many experts are citing as a 2017 carrier capacity crisis and growing demands from consumers to keep them happy call for shorter delivery cycles, the traditional strategy of procurement cost saving and shipment consolidation opportunities have to be supplemented through innovative solutions, to deliver the best bang for the buck.

This is especially relevant for third-party logistics and transportation management service providers, whose service fee is based on reducing cost and streamlining the shipper’s supply chain. For those looking to get more effective transportation management. Get the FREE eBook Here

What are your top Transportation Management blogs to read? Let us know in the comments section below!

Adam Robinson

Adam Robinson oversees the overall marketing strategy for Cerasis including website development, social media and content marketing, trade show marketing, email campaigns, and webinar marketing. Mr. Robinson works with the business development department to create messaging that attracts the right decision makers, gaining inbound leads and increasing brand awareness all while shortening sales cycles, the time it takes to gain sales appointments and set proper sales and execution expectations.

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