Driver Detention: Time Is Money

FreightWaves

Detention is one of the largest concerns facing drivers and fleets today, costing both time and money. In fact, DAT research revealed that 63 percent of drivers spend more than three hours waiting for their trucks to be loaded or unloaded on average, often leading to them missing subsequent loads as a result. As the adage goes, if the wheels aren’t turning, drivers aren’t earning.
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Spotlight

Every day, perishable goods make their way across domestic, international, and intercontinental routes, through an elaborate supply chain from point of harvest to retail to fulfil worldwide consumption needs. These consumable and non-consumable
products, such as meats, fish, flowers need to be handled and transported in a fast and reliable manner to ensure shipment integrity and minimize any losses. This is largely made possible by air transport which facilitates the movement of perishables
across the world. Though proven to be robust, perishable transport has succumbed to inevitable pressures inflicted on the supply chain by the pandemic, such as capacity
constraints and transport restrictions which significantly impact food loss and waste.

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International Logistics Webinar

International Business Training

You thought reaching agreement on an international sales contract was hard. But now you have to move the goods from one country to another before you get paid. And you have to do it within the terms of the sales agreement and without incurring a lot of unexpected expenses. This webinar is the perfect overview of the transportation process whether you're shipping by ocean or air. Learn the steps you need to follow to move your products affordably, securely and within budget.
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THE EMERGING FUTURE OF SUPPLY CHAINS

Many of the goods imported into the U.S. rely on intricate, finely-tuned, international supply chains. When the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc on international supply networks that caused shortages, price increases, and instilled plenty of worry in consumers, it also set in motion more conversation about the emerging future of supply chains. But how did we get here? In this webinar, participants will learn more about the past, present, and future of supply chains and freight systems, including how supply chains have changed over time, evolving types of freight providers, autonomous freight advancements, and public policy changes. The presentation, which is also the TRB 2022 Deen Lecture, will be led by Anne Strauss-Wieder and discussion will be facilitated by Lillian Borrone.
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Supply Sensing: An essential practice for ensuring agility and responsiveness in CPG supply chains

Across consumer products, anticipating volatile demand is only half the battle. With supply shortages becoming increasingly common, many companies in the industry are leveraging data and advanced analytics-driven supply sensing capabilities that provide them with a more accurate and comprehensive picture of inbound supply.
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Shippers are utilizing dedicated transportation to secure contracted, consistent capacity

Sustained record consumer demand and market volumes have forced shippers to look at their transportation strategy differently. Many shippers have found dedicated transportation to be a valuable solution to their supply chain woes in helping to secure contracted, consistent capacity. Join Schneider’s Barry MacArthur, Haroon Syed and Bernardo Rodarte, along with Trevor Williams from LEGO, to learn:  Why the market is predicted to continue to experience sustained demand. What dedicated transportation is and when it’s a good fit for shipper networks. How Schneider’s shippers, like LEGO, have been utilizing dedicated transportation to respond to their supply chain challenges. How your organization can utilize dedicated transportation to obtain more capacity. Share your questions in an anonymous forum.
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Spotlight

Every day, perishable goods make their way across domestic, international, and intercontinental routes, through an elaborate supply chain from point of harvest to retail to fulfil worldwide consumption needs. These consumable and non-consumable
products, such as meats, fish, flowers need to be handled and transported in a fast and reliable manner to ensure shipment integrity and minimize any losses. This is largely made possible by air transport which facilitates the movement of perishables
across the world. Though proven to be robust, perishable transport has succumbed to inevitable pressures inflicted on the supply chain by the pandemic, such as capacity
constraints and transport restrictions which significantly impact food loss and waste.

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