There are a lot of moving pieces in the logistics industry. It can be difficult for leaders and decision-makers to keep their eyes on every aspect of the business, especially when there is a lack of data, often allowing behind-the-scenes operations, like yard management, to fall through the cracks.
Operational inefficiencies are commonplace in yards, but that does not mean they should be accepted as business costs. The spending – in dollars and minutes – associated with these inefficiencies is too high to ignore. Fortunately, shippers and brokers have options for tackling these issues.
FreightWaves partnered with Lazer Logistics to better understand how shippers and brokers manage their yard operations. The duo surveyed industry leaders about in-house versus outsourcing operations, yard visibility, and the introduction of electric vehicles.
- Logistics Companies Curious About Outsourcing
- Visibility Suffers with Insource Yard Operations
- Electric Vehicles Offer Sustainability Boost and Cost Savings
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NOVEMBER 7-9, 2023 • CHATTANOOGA, TN • IN-PERSON EVENT
The second annual F3: Future of Freight Festival will be held in Chattanooga, “The Scenic City,” this November. F3 combines innovation and entertainment — featuring live demos, industry experts discussing freight market trends for 2024, afternoon networking events, and Grammy Award-winning musicians performing in the evenings amidst the cool Appalachian fall weather.