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Managed Logistics Update – May 2022

Here are some articles from all around the supply chain shipping industry you may find informative. (click the title to read) Small Parcel Amazon’s surprising new delivery partners: Rural mom-and-pop shops USPS Cubic Pricing a Benefit for Heavier Items FedEx…

Managed Logistics Update – April 2022

Here are some articles from all around the supply chain shipping industry you may find informative. (click the title to read) Small Parcel Fuel Surcharges Rise at FedEx, UPS B2B e-commerce is growing, but hurdles remain Trucking How autonomous trucks…

The Rise of the Omnichannel Supply Chain

Omnichannel is a common but sometimes misunderstood buzzword in retail. Its meaning and importance depend on your perspective, but there’s no debate that omnichannel is the greatest change to the retail industry in a long time. And the key to…

Managed Logistics Update – March 2022

Here are some articles from all around the supply chain shipping industry you may find informative. (click the title to read) Small Parcel FedEx founder’s son to take reins of flagship division UPS messed up reserving ferries to Nantucket this…

Managed Logistics Update – February 2022

Here are some articles from all around the supply chain shipping industry you may find informative. (click the title to read) Trucking Biden administration wants more veterans in trucking industry Research paves the way for ADAS in trucking Logistics Supply…

Managed Logistics Update – January 2022

The following is a market summary update by the TransImpact Managed Logistics Team. Overall The market will remain carrier-favored throughout 2022, and buying/negotiating power will remain limited. LTL carriers will be selective in their new bid responses and will be…

Freight Rate

What Goes Into a Freight Rate?

Behind every completed customer delivery several people and processes worked together to make it happen. Getting product onto a truck and making a delivery are the most visible parts of logistics, but the complexities of getting it right go a…

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