Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog submission from Emily Hunter of TGO Consulting, a provider of innovative business solutions designed to improve the productivity and performance of organizations. TGO’s vision and goal is nicely aligned with that of Cerasis. Both of our companies aim to use technology and services to make our client’s business lives much simpler.
Cerasis, an expert technology solutions and transportation management service provider invites you to a 60 minute Webinar titled “The Big Benefits of Using Technology to Effectively Manage Transportation Reverse Logistics” to air live on September 30th, 2015 at 2 PM CST.You can register for the webinar by visiting https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6754187048550350082.
Editor’s Note: In this guest blog post from Adams Nager, of ITIF (Information Technology & Innovation Foundation), he stresses the importance of fostering innovation and spurring competitiveness of American Manufacturing by focusing on more R&D from both the public and private sectors.
Freight costs are eminently controllable, however, efficiently managing this major budget item requires expertise. In the complex world of modern transportation, companies lacking the experience to professionally handle the intricacies of transportation management are sure to find controlling shipping costs an extreme challenge.
Business owners face endless decisions throughout all aspects of the supply chain. Businesses must decide which routes to use, where to manufacture products, and whether to employ the use of a third party logistics provider. However, one of the most important aspects of supply chain strategies is often overlooked: the reverse supply chain (also referred to as reverse logistics).
Throughout the course of business, demand for items will contract and grow, and your business needs to be able to process customer orders. However, you may have damaged your relationship with an LTL carrier by simply not staying in communication, not fulfilling your end of the service contract, or you may have found a slightly cheaper alternative.
Approximately 60 percent of today’s unfilled manufacturing jobs are due to a shortage of applicants with sufficient proficiency in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills.
It’s the classic paradox of the internet: there’s an enormous number of resources out there, but finding them can be a huge hassle. Even the freight transportation industry can’t avoid this problem.That’s why we’ve put together 5 free resources for freight brokers like you can’t afford to miss out on.
With an ever-increasing pool of third-party logistics (3PL) providers to outsource shipping needs to, understanding how to select the best 3PL is the difference between reaching your existing customers and gaining a new market share.
The business landscape is ever changing, numerous innovations have allowed companies to transcend borders and become global entities. While the opportunities are numerous so are the challenges; in this fiercely competitive global marketplace success requires companies to pay closer attention to supplier relations.