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What’s Keeping Lumber Industry Giants Up at Night?

by IntelliTrans | October 29, 2020

Interfor’s VP of Logistics reveals the key fulfillment and transportation issues that his organization is dealing with right now and tells what the.
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The Amazon Effect: It’s not Just for B2C Anymore

Pulled into the digital landscape, the B2B sector is getting a taste of what it’s like to have to meet the delivery expectations set forth by large e-tailers. Whether literally or figuratively, pretty much all organizations are in some way.
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6 Ways GPS Tracking Makes Transportation Safe, Efficient, and Accountable

  A technology that originated in the 1960s has come of age in the transportation realm, where GPS tracking is being used across myriad different modes and routes.   A worldwide radio-navigation system originally designed for the U. S..
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What Does it Take to Build a Truly Resilient Supply Chain?

  With the global pandemic impacting supply chains worldwide, more organizations are taking introspective looks at their own global networks and taking steps to make them more resilient and enduring.   An organization’s ability to absorb.
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Helping Rail Keep Pace with the Modern, Consumer-Driven Economy

Facing new challenges in 2020, the rail sector needs more digital technology to help it stay relevant and work smarter, better, and faster. As organizations across all industries invest in digitization that helps them run their supply.
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12 Ways to Put Your TMS Data to Work

  If you’re not already making full use of the data generated by your transportation management systems, here are 12 ways that you can start leveraging the data produced by this important supply chain management platform.   The world is.
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Boosting Rail Transportation’s Sustainability Profile

  A mode of transportation already known for its “green” qualities, rail could make some further sustainability gains if a new bipartisan act becomes a law. The push to make modes of transportation more environmentally-sustainable has been.
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Gearing Up for the New Hours of Service Rule Changes

  New HOS modifications that go into effect on September 29th expand the short-haul exception, expand the adverse driving conditions exception, require 30-minute breaks, and change the sleeper berth provision.   In June, the Federal Motor.
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Coming Soon to a Highway Near You: Autonomous Trucks

  Automakers, tech startups, logistics providers, and carriers are coming together to help make the driverless truck a reality. Call them driverless trucks, autonomous trucks, or robot trucks—by whatever name, these advanced delivery.
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Using Data to Minimize Supply Chain Disruptions

It doesn’t take a black swan event to disrupt a supply chain. Here’s how companies can use data to minimize disruptions and keep their supply chains running. A black swan event, COVID-19 took the world by surprise when it first emerged in.
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Technology and Automation - Do More with Less

With more companies announcing massive layoffs, the need for advanced supply chain management technology is growing at unprecedented rates. Here’s how your company can use this technology to do more with less. After weathering the early.
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How Did the Modern Supply Chain Come to Be?

Here are eight key events that contributed to the creation of the modern-day supply chain. The modern supply chain is a complex animal that’s come a long way since the cavemen in the cartoon below were experimenting with the earliest modes.
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Benefits of End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility

If your supply chain management platform isn’t giving you end-to-end visibility, you’re missing out on some critical benefits and competitive advantages. For most companies, the idea of having end-to-end supply chain visibility has been.
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