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Using Technology to Tackle Modern Supply Chain Challenges

  Logistics and transportation networks continued to face a litany of challenges in 2022. Here’s how technology can help shippers work through these issues and plan for future success.  As logistical bottlenecks and related disruptions continue to impact supply chains worldwide, shippers have been facing a new lineup of challenges so far in 2022. Much… Continue Reading


Supply Chain Network Optimization Boosts Visibility, Cuts Costs

To improve supply chain operations and reduce costs, organizations today need full visibility into their supply chains. Still, most companies keep supply chain data siloed in disparate locations and spreadsheets — making it difficult to uncover opportunities to improve. The Logistics Bureau reports that 69% of organizations don’t have full visibility of their supply chains…. Continue Reading


COVID-19 Operations & Procurement Update: Adjustments for certain travelers entering Canada

Late on January 12th,  Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) stated that, unvaccinated, or partially vaccinated Canadian truck drivers arriving at the border will remain exempt temporarily from pre-arrival, on arrival and post-arrival testing and quarantine requirement. American truck drivers will continue to be subject to the vaccine requirement. However, they warned that Canadian drivers could… Continue Reading


Analytics-driven technology helps mitigate capacity issues

Tank truck carriers, bulk shippers can enlist increasingly intelligent systems to improve supply-chain efficiency, collaboration Everyone in transportation feels the pain, but the growing driver and capacity shortages are hitting many bulk transporters particularly hard. For instance, the petroleum-hauling tank truck industry experienced a 41.6% reduction in qualified driver applicants and a 23.3% reduction in… Continue Reading


NMFC 2021 Classification Changes

To our valued customers, In our efforts to provide the most pertinent information regarding your logistics operations, we are sharing the recently proposed FCDC (Freight Classification Development Council) changes to the current NMFC (National Motor Freight Classification) standards in which all LTL freight is classified. In order to determine if any of your current freight’s… Continue Reading


NMFC Classification Changes

To our valued customers, In our efforts to provide the most pertinent information regarding your logistics operations, we are sharing the recently proposed CCSB (Commodity Classification Standards Board) changes to the current NMFC (National Motor Freight Classification) standards in which all LTL freight is classified. In order to determine if any of your current freight’s… Continue Reading