Customer service (in many forms) is the key to keeping and/or expanding business during the pandemic.
Coronavirus has strained supply chains and had a huge impact on the movement of freight.
Coronavirus is having an impact on many industries. One of those impacted is the global seafood industry.
Transporting legal marijuana and related products remains difficult. Learn why in this article.
The “Amazon Effect” continues, moving in multiple directions at the same time. Here are six ways Amazon’s fast delivery is changing shipping.
Learn about nine different types of truck driving jobs that are available.
Kayla Matthews writes about options if you are interested in starting your own trucking company.
Overseas shipping – particularly during the holidays – can be difficult. Here are some tips for making the process easier and more successful.
FreightTech will be even more important and pervasive in 2020. Learn about some of the expanding trends in FreightTech.
Kayla Matthews writes about best practices to manage fleets during the holidays.
Kayla Matthews writes about the changes coming to the shipping and logistics industry as IMO 2020 takes effect in less than six weeks.
Digitization and ecommerce continue to change the movement and delivery of freight. Kayla Matthews examines the issues involved.
Merchandise of almost any kind is valuable. Packaging it correctly is one key to making sure it arrives at its destination undamaged. Learn some tips about how to package correctly.
Determining freight class is a key to shipping freight successfully. Learn more about the processes involved in this article.
Kayla Matthews explains some of the global uses of blockchain in logistics and supply chain.
Technology is posed to assist the LTL shipping sector and in some cases, already has.
Drones may be one of the key answers to last-mile delivery. Read about how drones are being used around the world.
Learn about the six most common reasons cargo gets delayed during the customs process.
Last-mile delivery is critically important to both consumers and the companies that sell to them. Read about six challenges and changes in last-mile delivery.