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trucking capacity crunch

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about the trucking capacity crunch and what were the 4 major contributing factors such as less trucking companies, a lack of drivers replacing retiring workers, a decrease in equipment investment, and the adverse government regulations such as the new hours of service rules, creating unintended consequences.

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reshoring companies

This is another post from Harry Moser and The Reshoring Initiative. Reshoring is an ongoing and important movement currently happening in North America. For a full explanation about reshoring manufacturing make sure you check out Mr. Moser’s first post where he explains what it is and who are the reshoring companies in North America.

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transportation logistics companies

If you own a business that needs a constant flow of products being delivered from a production point to a point of consumption, then you’ll also probably need the help of transportation logistics companies. Businesses use these sorts of companies to take care of all transportation, supply and demand services, regardless of the domain of activity.

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As logistics demand is directly tied to general economic conditions, transportation demand has been relatively stable for the past couple of years. Because the industry is currently in a state of relative stability, now is a time to ponder the next significant logistics innovations. Logistics is constantly evolving and innovating, but not all innovations are game-changers, or radical innovations.