Shipping and freight costs are a budgetary concern for every business. They can make up substantial portions of a company’s overhead costs and even prevent smaller businesses from achieving the growth necessary to remain competitive in their industry. While shipping costs are on the rise, not every business has to absorb the increase in pricing.… Read More »
Shipping speed is an essential component of customer service. It’s a key performance indicator that can help ensure return business, and it’s one that shippers are constantly striving to perfect in any way possible.
Analyzing where to invest in the supply chain can be a challenge. Shippers want to make sure that they’re getting the most out of their investments, but it’s not always easy to see what’s going to give the best ROI and what’s not.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is most commonly used within our industry to track the placement of products within warehouses. But more than that, RFID trackers allow companies to reduce cargo theft liabilities, track carrier performance and streamline day-to-day operations.
The impact of millennials, also known as Generation Y, has been felt by nearly every industry in the world. They are the fastest growing segment in the workplace, they are slowly becoming the largest segment of consumers, and they are now the primary segment that retailers and businesses are targeting with their products and marketing efforts.
How can shippers take measures to prevent cargo theft? It comes down to understanding how thieves work and what you can do to cut them off at every turn.