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Corrie White

Corrie is fascinated how the supply chain is simultaneously ubiquitous and invisible. She covers freight technology, cross-border freight and the effects of consumer behavior on the freight industry. Alongside writing about transportation, her poetry has been published widely in literary magazines. She holds degrees in English and Creative Writing from UNC Chapel Hill and UNC Greensboro.
Feb - 2022 -
03 February
Corrie White

Is the supply chain’s real problem the lack of personal responsibility?

“Right now it seems like everyone is flying blind, then playing hot potato by giving it to the next party,” Kempisty said.

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02 February
Corrie White

Work sharing with carriers helps parcel shippers reduce costs with faster transit

While major parcel carriers offer a one-size-fits-all service under the guise of simplification, ACI Logistix applies a consultative approach.

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Jan - 2022 -
28 January
Corrie White

Demand for freighters spurs investment in new airframe conversions

The continued expansion of mobile and social purchasing is helping sustain the market growth in e-commerce, which should continue to drive the demand for freighters.

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26 January
Corrie White

Flatbed carrier invests in vocational schools to combat labor shortage

PGT Trucking channels efforts and funds into two partnerships that will infuse labor market with skilled logistics technicians. 

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21 January
Corrie White

New Jersey’s adoption of Advanced Clean Trucks rule sends demand signal to industry

Clean air regulators have to play the long game with short-term updates, the latest of which comes from New Jersey. 

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Corrie White

Tackling high CSA scores could help fleets recruit and retain drivers

Leveraging its nationwide network of more than 7,000 attorneys, TVC has a high success rate reducing or dismissing citations.

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20 January
Corrie White

The Future of Freight: Collaboration over competition

How USA Truck and Convoy developed a new solution for elastic capacity that benefits shippers, carriers and brokers

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13 January
Corrie White

The rise of the end-to-end boutique logistics provider

What today’s shippers look for in a logistics provider is rapidly shifting, and if they’re smart, so are those providers.

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12 January
Corrie White

More shippers address financial and carbon costs of post-holiday returns

Because it costs more money than it’s worth to return the item to its vendor for reuse, returns often end up in landfills.

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03 January
Corrie White

3 ways shippers are gaining control of their supply chains

Much of the supply chain stress stems from a lack of labor, infrastructure and the widespread lack of technology.

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