Trends Driving Strategic Freight Management and How to Be Prepared

| October 21, 2019

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Shippers have grown accustomed to the changing demands of the industry. Today’s consumers expect faster, free shipping, and they are unwilling to listen to any reason why a shipment was delayed. Combined with the uncertainty in the market and tight capacity, as reported by John Schulz of Logistics Management, shippers are struggling to keep pace. As the industry moves closer to the 2019 peak season, the differences between thought leaders and those that lag will become evident.

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