Webinar Q&A: Answers to 8 Common Freight Market Questions

CH Robinson Logistics

The strong economic recovery and need to rebuild retail inventory creates high out-of-season demand in port cities. Once sales rebalance, will inventory follow? Source: ACT Research April 2021 Freight Forecast report. During last week’s Market Insights Live!

Traditional Retail Performance Metrics Aren’t Measuring Up


In a recent Logility blog post , Richie Proud, vice president of planning and inventory at Curaleaf, said this about the upheaval in the retail fashion sector: The digital transformation of the fashion industry has been immense over the past 6 months. Sources: .


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Tender rejections moving atypically prior to holiday

The Supply Chain Journal

The congestion at our nation’s ports has spread from Los Angeles and Long Beach to Oakland, California. But, spending remains exceptional despite the moderation, and low inventory levels offset much of the decline that will occur from slowing demand. Source: FRED.

Seeing Supply Chain Visibility through Different Lenses


However, I did like the unique tiles and the expert design assistance offered by the first retailer and thought through what could have been an ideal customer experience for me: The tile retailer having the ability to look up the current inventory of the distributor online.

Are you shipping me?!? $32,000 container move from China to LA

The Supply Chain Journal

We’ve seen customers have to make really tough decisions, prioritizing what inventory they absolutely need and which they don’t. They are forcing some companies to hold off on new orders, consider sourcing products in Mexico or Central America, or make other adjustments.

Letter from the CEO: Coronavirus Market Update


Los Angeles / Long Beach and Oakland have severe congestion due to lack of space for empty containers that are awaiting backhaul vessels to China / Asia. to Asia export bookings especially in markets with low container inventory. Letter from the CEO: Coronavirus Market Update.