Business Management

Are Supply Chain Failures the New Normal?

With trucking capacity utilization at a 95% moaning level, shippers and brokers have to work harder to find capacity and carriers are having trouble adding drivers. But when capacity utilization tops 100% due to surges in demand, supply chains suffer and reach failure level.

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Being Innovative

The rallying cry for the transportation industry seems to be "Better! Faster! Cheaper!" automation and digitalization. But how does that actually look with regard to your organization? Which technology bests fits your company’s culture, abilities and mission?

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In Search of a Healthier Supply Chain

Public awareness of supply chain in higher than at any previous time, and while consumers may be more concerned with the availability of goods, rather than capacity or driver demand, they are looking to supply chain for answers and guidance.

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Protecting Your Data in a Changing Data Landscape

Cybercrime has skyrocketed since the pandemic began, and the transportation industry has proven to rank among the most susceptible to costly server downtime. A Disaster Recovery Plan is essential for accessing the right technology to quickly resume business after an attack.

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Identity Theft in Transportation

External threats continue to impede freight brokers from operating at optimal levels. One of the most common impediments, striking both carriers and freight brokers, is identity theft which has already impacted more than 500 brokers.

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