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GlobalTranz releases “next generation” transportation management system
GlobalTranz Enterprises, Inc., a leading technology and third party logistics solutions company providing award-winning Transportation Management System (TMS) products to shippers, logistics service providers and carriers, announced today during its 2019 annual conference the release of the next generation of GTZcommand. This release builds on GlobalTranz’s history of supplying advanced software a
TDC expands Northeast industrial operations
Transwestern Development Co. (TDC?) today announces it has expanded its national Logistics Group with industry veteran Brian Banaszynski as Regional Partner to facilitate the firm’s expansion in the Northeast. In this role, Banaszynski will source and execute institutional logistics projects with a primary emphasis on New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York.
Shipper survey reveals openness to rate premiums
Fears that transparent online freight rates only lead to competition on price may be unfounded after a new study showed almost half of customers choose not to book at the lowest rate Fears that transparent online freight rates only lead to competition on price may not hold water after a new study showed almost half of shippers choose not to book at the lowest rate.
What’s in store for 2019?
Over the last decade, trucking capacity has continued to tighten, making it increasingly difficult for shippers to find trucks to transport their bulk products. In 2019, many ocean carriers will be forced to sit longer at port waiting for trucks to pick up the cargo, which will prompt some to impose emergency intermodal fees or stop door delivery in response. By embracing advanced technologies, trucking organizations will become poised to move from automation to orchestration as 2019 progresses. By using predictive analytics, organizations can begin planning for supply and demand and better their execution. Challenges like the driver shortage will be inevitable — but the right technology can help maximize opportunities, reduce empty miles, and provide real-time orchestration to contribute to a happy and successful new year.
UK businesses to spend billions stocking up for Brexit
As the UK government this week further ramped up preparations for a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, UK businesses are set to spend billions during the next three months on additional stock to prepare their supply chains for potential disruption and delays.