David Weakly

Meet the team: David Weakly

By David Weakly, Business Development at King Solutions

David Weakly has been a part of the King Solutions family for nearly a decade. A Bloomington, MN native, David is a major player on our business development team. Here’s what David has to say about his role with King and his life outside of the company. 1. Introduce yourself to our readers. Hello my […]

How to measure and ensure carrier performance

By David Weakly, Business Development at King Solutions

Carrier performance is an integral part of the supply chain. It is also the only portion where products are completely out of the hands of the companies that sell and ship them. Because of this, shippers need to make sure that their carriers are performing up to their expectations. Does your carrier track its performance? […]

What to look for when choosing a carrier

By David Weakly, Business Development at King Solutions

Choosing the right carrier is critical to shipping success. Many businesses make the mistake of forgetting that this a very important step in the fulfillment process.

Making the decision to outsource your logistics

By David Weakly, Business Development at King Solutions

Making the decision to outsource your logistics to a third party logistics provider (3PL) is not something to take lightly, but it’s a decision that could greatly benefit your company, your operations and your customers.

Best practices for LTL shipping

By David Weakly, Business Development at King Solutions

The best practices for LTL shipping revolve around three key factors: 1. Knowing when to send LTL shipments 2. Understanding freight classifications 3. Using multiple carriers to find the best shipping service When combined, these practices will allow shippers to fully enjoy the benefits that LTL shipments can bring to a business.

Benefits of creating efficiencies through consolidation

By David Weakly, Business Development at King Solutions

In the logistics industry, efficiency is the key to success. Streamlining operational processes can help shippers save time and money, all the while allowing them to better serve their customers, no matter where they are located.