Remove Freight Remove Logistics Remove Minneapolis Remove Transportation

How the Latest Government Shutdown Affects Today’s Transportation Professionals

Talking Logistics

Department of Transportation and future rulemaking. Department of Transportation (U.S. Often, cross-border freight requires approval from partner agencies — the U.S. As the shutdown continues, more cross-border freight delays will occur as well as some ancillary impact that motor carriers may see while the U.S. Work closely with your supply chain team or bring in skilled logistics experts to keep you up to date about what the shutdown means for your business.

There’s Something Happening Here (With Truck Drivers, Logistics Planning)

Supply Chain Collaborator

Join us for a look back at the intersection of trucking, civil unrest and an examination of how logistics planning and management software helps keep freight moving in spite of upheaval and disruption. UltraShipTMS and TMS software in general can play an integral role in enabling the real-time modification of routing, logistics planning and scheduling to help shippers avoid sending their drivers into harm’s way. .

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Can cold chain keep up with hot demand?

EFT

The most intense segment of this will be the transportation and storage of the new COVID-19 vaccines, which require specific conditions to maintain their shelf-life, and thus efficacy. We're able to fly in some of our merchandise into the Minneapolis St.

28 supply chain professionals share the biggest challenges of supply chain management

6 River Systems

Our supply chain involves a contract manufacturer, a third-party testing facility, warehouses to store inventory and a freighting company. For example, if my contract manufacturer is late with an order it can cause me to incur excess costs with the freighting and warehousing companies, respectively. After 12 years as an Air Force logistics officer, Michael got his PhD in a top 5 logistics program, and now teaches supply chain management and marketing.

This Week in Logistics News (May 8-12, 2017)

Talking Logistics

It was a very busy week in the world of supply chain and logistics, so let’s go straight to the news that caught my attention: FLEXE Launches Nationwide Next-Day Delivery. Oracle Optimizes Global Transportation and Trade Compliance Processes. Konexial And Cloud Logistics Partner To Produce Groundbreaking Goload Service. Setback for Uber as European court advised to treat it as transport firm (Reuters). Target to test next-day delivery service in Minneapolis (Reuters).

This Week in Logistics News (January 9-13, 2017)

Talking Logistics

Moving on, here’s the supply chain and logistics news that caught my attention this week: Amazon is granted a patent for using a subterranean network to deliver packages (GeekWire). Target invests in Minneapolis start-up that helps retailers monitor supply chains (Star Tribune). Federal Judge Deals Swift Transportation Legal Setback (WSJ – sub. November 2016 Freight Transportation Services Index (TSI).