For businesses who want to start working with a third-party logistics company, a request for proposal (RFP) is probably one of the first terms they will come across.
Logistics managers face unique challeneges every day. Here are five common logistics issues managers face and how you can overcome them!
When it comes to supply chain integration, there are two known technologies that provide it: APIs and EDIs. Learn more in this PLS blog.
There were many new transportation updates in the shipping industry last month. Check out some of the top stories and transportation updates of May 2021!
Sustainable logistics is no longer just a buzzword. It has taken over as an attainable, essential, and lucrative business strategy. Learn why in this PLS blog!
A reputable 3PL will provide the supply chain visibility, technology, and excellent customer service needed to exceed your customers’ expectations.
More companies outsource their logistics operations or even the entire supply chain to logistics companies. Once you’ve decided to use logistics services for your business transportation needs, the next step is to choose a freight shipping company.
Peak shipping season starts in mid-August and stretches to the end of autumn, and occurs because of increased demand across many markets during these months.
There were many new transportation updates in the shipping industry last month. Check out some of the top stories and transportation updates of April 2021!
As logistics management is a crucial part of supply chain management, the way companies handle it required changing, too. Logistics management is a controlled and optimized flow of goods on a local, regional or global level.
The year 2020 was anything but ordinary, and the imbalance caused by shutdowns and business restrictions continues to affect supply chains across the world in 2021. Such ripple effects impacted consumer spending patterns and exacerbated pricing, leading to spikes in truck freight rates.
A bill of lading (BOL) is a legal document between a shipper of a particular commodity and the carrier detailing the type, quantity, and destination of the goods. The carrier issues the BOL to a shipper of the goods. Additionally, it is essential that the information on the BOL is accurate.
There were many new transportation updates in the shipping industry last month. Check out some of the top stories and transportation updates of March 2021!