Slync.io Introduces Booking and Allocation Management Solution
Logistics service providers can dramatically accelerate ocean carrier booking processes to improve customer outcomes and overcome global freight chaos
Outdated booking and allocation processes are slowing down the supply chain
Are you addressing the symptom or the disease behind global freight congestion? A look at how outdated processes like booking and allocation hurt LSPs.
The Friday Five: Investing in the e-commerce era
E-commerce growth may have leveled off in recent months, but many are betting these new shopping habits are here to stay. And they’re putting money on it by investing in new distribution centers and technology. Modal trade-offs, autonomous trucks, and new supply chain regulations round out this week’s Friday Five!
The Friday Five: There’s more than one way to disrupt a supply chain
Even when things are looking up for manufacturers, issues with suppliers and logistics are holding them back. And just in case you thought it was all related to COVID-19, we’ve found a number of ways to stop up supply chains in this week’s Friday Five!
The Friday Five: Is OTIF a myth?
Prolonged transit times and climbing rates have many beginning to wonder if on-time, in full shipments are a relic of the pre-COVID days. A look at this “never normal” era including pallet shortages and a soon-to-be wider Suez Canal in this week’s Friday Five!
The Friday Five: How tariffs, technology and resources are changing the logistics industry
Even though we’re witnessing historic demand for Asian exports, it appears that the recent U.S.-China trade war has started to reshape global sourcing and logistics. And we’re not out of the woods yet when it comes to container pricing and capacity constraints.
The Friday Five: Summertime, and the shipping ain’t easy
There’s no rest for global logistics this summer as all projections point to continued headaches with the price and availability of freight. We dive deeper and explore how outside effects continue to push LSPs to adapt in this Friday Five.
The Friday Five: Can logistics lead the way?
As the world celebrates Earth Day, we take a look at how two industries near and dear to our hearts are working to apply practical approaches to the global reduction of emissions. We also look ahead to the expansion of the logistics industry and job opportunities it can bring.
The Friday Five: Want your containers back? That’ll be $1 billion
Queue your Dr. Evil impressions, if you were hoping to see any items stowed on the Ever Given, it’s going to cost you almost $1 billion. Elsewhere in the industry, meteorologists predict a challenging Atlantic hurricane season in 2021, and we have a conversation on FreightWaves’ stackd podcast to talk about the human side of digital transformation.
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