According to the newest ISM survey, 75% of businesses report their supply chains have been disrupted by the coronavirus impact.
Certain processes, from political impacts, like the U.S. and China trade war, to the COVID-19 pandemic and boom in the e-commerce industry and digitalization, are forcing logistics and transportation to transform.
The produce shipping season traditionally lasts from early spring until the end of summer. For the trucking industry, this means an increased demand for refrigerated trailer capacity, mainly in southern states, and higher freight rates. This year, produce shipping will look different than usual. Even the essential industry of food and produce was disrupted due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
This step-by-step guide will help your organization evaluate and factor risk into every part of your supply chain, and help you weather the uncontrollable hurdles you and your team will have to face.
Oil and Gas companies have historically ignored the value of proper logistics management. Now that operating margins are thinner, things are changing.
PLS has announced the results of its first annual survey of industrial freight carriers on the use of liquefied natural gas powered trucks.
The logistics challenges of mining companies are unique and complex.
The economy, the driver shortage, government regulations, and other factors are tightening capacity in the freight industry. As U.S. freight volume steadily increases, shippers must compete for capacity like never before.
Even the essential industry of food and produce was disrupted due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
CFOs and supply chain managers view transportation differently; CFOs want to cut costs at every opportunity and supply chain managers want to add value to their services.