Chris Lund

May 24, 2021

With labor shortages and tightening capacity, what can shippers do?

With COVID-19 infection and death rates dropping, it seems we are on our way out of a pandemic that has rattled nearly every industry (especially the logistics industry). While the impact of the pandemic is lessening, several key issues still remain for shippers and...
Dec 18, 2017

Choosing between parcel and LTL shipping methods

There’s no shortage of shipping services, each with their own freight criteria, regulations and other factors. They also each come with their own pros and cons, and when shippers have freight that can be sent using two or more methods, the question becomes which...
Apr 21, 2017

How to establish a drop shipping program

Drop shipping is growing in the US, and many supply chain entities have taken notice. In order to compete with one another, manufacturers and wholesalers have made it a major goal to establish drop shipping programs of their own, enticing retailers at every turn to...
Feb 3, 2017

How shippers can mitigate supply chain costs and risks

The supply chain, from manufacturing to warehousing and distribution, is one of the most multifaceted processes in the modern world. Through the multiple steps in the process, each involving their own industry players, a lot can go wrong while moving through the...
Nov 18, 2016

How to avoid truck driver fatigue

Truck driver fatigue is not just bad for businesses, it is dangerous for carriers and everyone who is on the road at the time. Driver fatigue is the leading factor in the more than 4,000 deaths related to crashes with large trucks every year. With the holidays coming...