Helping Supply Chain Executives Transform Operations From Reactive to Predictive

| August 6, 2019

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Entercoms LynX enables supply chain executives to proactively manage their supply chain operations across all suppliers, logistics partners, transportation partners and customers. It is a supply chain workflow management engine that provides every player in the network with the real-time visibility and predictive alerts to take actions before they impact customers or shareholders.

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William B. Meyer Inc.

William B. Meyer, Inc. is guided by the principle to “help our customers safely relocate, handle and store their highly valued assets.” Founded in 1915, we are a fourth-generation family owned and operated company leading the Northeast in storage and relocation services including Office, Industrial, and Library Relocation, Records Management, Warehousing and Fulfillment, Residential Moving and Logistics services

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Article | March 3, 2020

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Freight Pricing 2020 Trends: What Should Shippers Know?

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Freight pricing continues to change across the globe. According to Darren Dodson of Material Handling & Logistics, the state of e-commerce will drive the majority of freight rate changes as more than 8.6 billion packages will make their way to U.S. customers in 2020. Traditional demands of the supply chain market, including increased visibility, better efficiency, and faster service, will also force the freight pricing 2020 trends into an upswing. However, the recent events surrounding the coronavirus and potential disruption to the supply chain will serve as a check to keep carriers competitive and help shippers maintain freight spend control.

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Emission-free shipping: Ways of sustainable transport on the seas

Article | April 8, 2020

Around 90 % of the world’s goods are currently transported by ships causing nearly 3 % of total global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. This makes it one of the largest polluters in the transport industry, with international merchant ships and large freighters responsible for the lion’s share of these emissions. As a result of the impending climate crisis and the need to reduce global emissions, various organizations, including shipping companies themselves as well as governments, aim to achieve carbon-neutral water transport in the coming years.

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Article | March 27, 2020

When Carl W. Bentzel was recently appointed a Commissioner with the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission, he knew that he’d face a few urgent concerns, but the Coronavirus quickly became the chief challenge FMC management. The maritime industry has been deeply affected as a result of the upheaval caused by the coronavirus and its impacts to Chinese manufacturing and logistics services.

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William B. Meyer Inc.

William B. Meyer, Inc. is guided by the principle to “help our customers safely relocate, handle and store their highly valued assets.” Founded in 1915, we are a fourth-generation family owned and operated company leading the Northeast in storage and relocation services including Office, Industrial, and Library Relocation, Records Management, Warehousing and Fulfillment, Residential Moving and Logistics services

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