The last mile is a well-known and integral step in supply chain operations. Failures within the last mile often usurp all previous steps in the
Listen to “Why LTL Shippers are Increasing Final Mile Use” on Spreaker. LTL Shippers & Final Mile Resources Using a TMS to Execute a Final
Final mile continues to change. E-commerce growth and final mile logistics gave rise to an increase of more than $1.35 billion in the final mile
More carriers and logistics providers have entered the final mile logistics space to help companies meet customer expectations. According to Transport Topics, the area of
As explained by Supply Chain 24/7, consumers’ expectations for faster fulfillment continue to grow, and millennials specifically are willing to pay up to 30% more
Few processes carry the weight of shipping as the final mile. As noted by Inbound Logistics, the final mile forms the most critical part of
As the world grew accustomed to the use of e-commerce to find those obscure products, it presented new challenges for shippers, explains Datex. In fact,
The final mile is everything in logistics, and according to David Meyers of Supply Chain 24/7, significant challenges exist in the final mile. These challenges
The overwhelming majority of motor carriers and shippers use a transportation management system (TMS) to gain insights into supply chain management and keep freight spend
All businesses face risks, and your business is only as strong as the weakest link. A failure on the part of any supplier or other
The topic of effective freight management and navigating the complexities of a finite capacity were already on the minds of shippers well before the COVID-19
The topic of supply chain risk management has taken on a new persona as the global supply chain endures the COVID-19 crisis. As explained by
Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is written by Michael Gorman, who discusses 5 different ways that advanced technology is changing the way traditional transportation and logistics
Spot market load volumes and rates continue to move in response to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. However, the changing rates are not solely the result
From Walmart to Amazon, the positive role of collaboration in warehouse management is undisputed, and collaboration is on track to revolutionize tomorrow’s warehouse management standards.
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The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has contributed to what might be described as the biggest supply chain shipping disruption of the century. According
Truckers and shippers have real fears over the effects and long-term impact of the supply chain coronavirus disruption. The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, continues
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