Archive for July, 2017

  • Weekly TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of July 23rd, 2017

    - by Transplace

    Vice President Mike Pence recently told American retailers that “as retail goes, so goes America.” This week’s TIP List is also charging ahead with the latest legislation trends impacting the transportation industry. We’re looking forward with the future of the ELD mandate, the possible outcomes of NAFTA renegotiations and potential tax cuts for retailers. Find out what the industry could look like down the road by jumping ahead to the articles below!

  • Miscellaneous

    Thank You for Naming Transplace an Inbound Logistics “Top 10 3PL Provider”

    - by Transplace

    Thank You for Naming Transplace an Inbound Logistics “Top 10 3PL Provider” Each year, the Inbound Logistics “Top 10 3PL…

  • Weekly TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of July 16th, 2017

    - by Transplace

    This past week, a number of big-box retailers have left their mark on supply chain headlines. And our TIP List is the one-stop-shop for in-depth info on all of the latest retail trends, including articles about Amazon Prime Day and Wal-Mart’s “On-Time, In-Full” program for shippers.

  • Weekly TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of July 9th, 2017

    - by Transplace

    While Amelia Earhart’s inexplicable plane crash and disappearance may be a little less mysterious this week, supply chain technology continues to soar, adapt and evolve. Our TIP List is demystifying some of this week’s top supply chain trends, including updates on the implementation of ELDs throughout North America and the potential financial impact of the recent Petya cyberattack. Fly into the rest of your week with the full list of stories below!

  • Business - Transportation

    The Evolution of the Direct-to-Consumer Supply Chain

    - by Transplace

    By: Frank McGuigan, President & Chief Operating Officer, Transplace

    No one can argue that the rise of ecommerce and omni-channel fulfillment has dramatically impacted the supply chain in recent years. Once consumers were shown what was possible in the world of online retailing and home delivery, their behavior – and expectations – began to change. This shift forced retailers to change how they did business, worked with suppliers and served their customers. Now consumers can compare products from multiple manufacturers and/or retailers in order to find best product at the best price – all from the comfort of their own home – and then have it delivered within days or even hours.

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