Even the essential industry of food and produce was disrupted due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Look at the forces driving change in the transportation industry and learn what to expect from the market in the future.
The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a global pandemic affecting people, cities, businesses, and supply chains all over the world.
With more competition arising among the market, it has become extremely challenging for small and midsized businesses to efficiently manage their supply chains.
Discover new innovations that will dramatically change and impact supply chain and logistics in the nearest future!
LTL shipments are defined by a classification, depending on the type of product. Freight class plays a prominent role in calculating how much the freight carrier will charge you for transportation.
The ELD mandate and the driver shortage have been key factors contributing to the capacity crunch the industry is experiencing right now.
In order to keep pace with new technology and shifting regulations, we are predicting some trends for the upcoming year. What can you expect from the transportation industry in 2015?
Low oil prices, growing supply inventories and decreasing global demand have created new challenges in the oil and gas (O&G) industry. Historically, O&G companies’ soaring profits masked the poor state of logistics operations within their supply chains. Now that profits are thin, oil and gas companies are rushing to save money wherever they can. O&G companies realize the savings potential in their disordered logistics processes, specifically in transportation management.