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The Commercial Driver Compliance Improvement Act would mandate Department of Transportation regulations requiring commercial motor vehicles used in interstate commerce be equipped with electronic onboard recorders for purposes of improving compliance with hours-of-service regulations.

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CEDOL

The Argentine Chamber of Logistics Operators was founded in November 1998 to assume the representation of companies whose principal activity is the provision of logistics services: transportation, storage, assembly and industrial processes, fractionation of goods for transport and distribution, exercising control, information management and accountability in the stages of the supply chain. By sponsoring the Good Practices, the organization promotes processes and technologies that enable its partners to provide a good quality of service at the right cost. CEDOL is a member of the Argentina Federation of Business Entities Motor Carrier Freight (FADEEAC) entity.

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Making the case for TMS driving supply chain ROI

whitePaper | December 25, 2019

You don’t have to look far to find savings, value and improvements driven by transportation management systems (TMS). Best-of-breed TMS solutions (like Manhattan’s TMS) are game changers and deliver a range of competitive advantages for companies of all shapes, sizes and levels of complexity. They are more powerful, scalable, connectable, affordable and justifiable than ever before, with rapid implementation timeframes as well.

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Blockchain based awareness and potential use in the international supply chain for Australia

whitePaper | March 20, 2020

The Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia Ltd (CBFCA”) is Australia’s leading peak national association that represents members interests in international trade logistics and supply chain management service provision. We are committed to be a leading industry voice for Licenced Customs Brokers (LCB), International Freight Forwarders (IFF) and other associated groups concerned with international trade, representing and supporting our members in a difficult regulatory environment.

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Revolutionizing Logistics and Transportation through Blockchain

whitePaper | January 17, 2020

With the sheer pace of globalization and the rise of e-commerce and other factors contributing to the cause, the global economy has become more integrated and interconnected. However, one critical aspect which has facilitated in the burgeoning rise of the integration of the world economy is the globalization of the logistics that links trade and commerce. A simple principle of trust among the various stakeholders has been the binding thread in the incredibly complex supply chain.

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GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT PART 1: DIFFERENCES IN ATTITUDES

whitePaper | November 1, 2019

In the fall of 2009 MIT CTL conducted a global survey of supply chain risk experiences, attitudes, and risk management practices. Over 1400 supply chain professionals from 70 countries participated. The survey asked business and supply chain managers their opinions about the importance of risk prevention compared to response preparedness. Overall, 54% of respondents considered risk prevention more important, 30% viewed them as equal, and 16% considered response preparedness more important.

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How to Save Shipments & Money with IoT In-Transit Visibility

whitePaper | March 2, 2020

When expensive goods or materials go missing, it can cost your company a huge amount of money. There’s the cost of the goods themselves plus the cost of replacing them, the cost of delayed delivery, idled labor and more. The knock-on impact can be massive. Knowing where your shipments are and when they are going to reach their destination is critical information for logistics managers. In-transit shipment visibility gives organizations the ability to respond to supply chain disruption and reduce risks.

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Safety in Logistics Operations

whitePaper | February 10, 2022

In logistics operations, the commitment to safety is all too often like the half-hearted embrace we give to an older aunt we occasionally see at family gatherings. We do it because we have to and it’s expected. But we’re not giving safety the full-on bear hug it deserves.

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CEDOL

The Argentine Chamber of Logistics Operators was founded in November 1998 to assume the representation of companies whose principal activity is the provision of logistics services: transportation, storage, assembly and industrial processes, fractionation of goods for transport and distribution, exercising control, information management and accountability in the stages of the supply chain. By sponsoring the Good Practices, the organization promotes processes and technologies that enable its partners to provide a good quality of service at the right cost. CEDOL is a member of the Argentina Federation of Business Entities Motor Carrier Freight (FADEEAC) entity.

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