Inbound Logistics Dialog

February 7th, 2018

Avoid Unnecessary Fees That Eat Up Savings
Satisfy E-Commerce Demand in a 24/7/365 Market
Achieve End-to-end Visibility

Are you getting ripped off? Here are 4 common fees to monitor for supply chain savings. Find out which innovative e-commerce solutions keep customers happy all day, every day; and how to optimize your shipper network with true end-to-end visibility.

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4 Common Fees to Monitor for Savings

Maintain a healthy network, and reduce unnecessary and often avoidable fees, with these four simple key performance indicators. Read More...

Satisfying Customer Demand in a 365 E-Commerce Market

In today’s e-commerce-driven market,, shippers need to employ innovative solutions every day, year-round, both digitally and with a physical presence in the supply chain. Here's how. Read More...

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End-to-end Visibility is Crucial to Shipper Network Optimization

Visibility is more than just the latest buzzword. Here’s what visibility truly means and its value in your supply chain. Read More...

Case Study: Better Routing Takes Root

By switching from a manual to an automated routing and scheduling system, flowering plant seller Weatherford Farms puts the petals to the medal. Read More...

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LeaderSHIP: From Top Waffle to Top Rhino

After Kevin Nolan spent some time with C.H. Robinson, he became a store manager for Waffle House. But freight transportation was his true passion. Today, he heads a team of more than 650 employees who make up Atlanta-based Nolan Transportation Group (NTG). Nolan gives us a look into NTG’s history, the challenges and satisfactions that come with his job, the experiences that help define him as a leader, and why the corporate logo contains a picture of a rhino. Read More...

Predictive Applications Take Supply Chains into the Future

Many companies handle supply chain anomalies with reactive planning, which leaves them vulnerable to disruption. One new way to deal with supply chain uncertainty is to use machine learning to predict what might go wrong. Read More...

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