Posts tagged with ‘inventory’

  • Weekly TIP List
    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 17th, 2017

    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 2nd, 2018

    - by Transplace

    With Hanukkah starting this week and Christmas and Kwanzaa a few weeks away, we hope you are well underway on your holiday wish list. We’ve also been making a list and checking it twice – of the biggest trending transportation topics that you need to know, from the signing of the USMCA to the impact of the holiday retail shopping season on trucking. Read on for a little industry holiday cheer!

  • Business - Transportation
    10 Tips for Leveraging Big Data in your Organization: By: Bob Daymon, Senior Vice President of Operations, Transplace

    10 Tips for Leveraging Big Data in Your Organization

    - by Transplace

    “Big data” has been one of the hottest buzzwords over the last couple of years, but the phrase still has different meanings for different organizations. And no matter how you define it, there is no doubt that an organization’s ability to use statistical science and data analytics can help them obtain historical measurements and generate actionable information to drive operational growth and supply chain efficiency. Take a look at the following tips to get the most out of big data at your organization.

  • Weekly TIP List
    Weekly Transportation TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of September 3rd, 2017

    - by Transplace

    This weekend football season is officially kicking-off on gridirons across America! And this week’s TIP List contains the latest trends playing out in the transportation field. Highlights include criteria for the upcoming ELD mandate and the impact of mobile technology on the supply chain – tackle the full huddle of articles below!

  • Miscellaneous
    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 11th, 2016

    TransMATCH: A Shipper Solution

    - by Transplace

    Increasing visibility, speed-to-market and efficiency remain constant goals for shippers to continue working to improve. And at Transplace, we’re relentless when it comes to looking for new ways to optimize our offerings to help shippers meet these goals. Recently, we’ve made a number of changes to our TransMATCH program to create more opportunities to consolidate in a multi-shipper environment and truly provide the best possible supply chain outcomes for our customers.

  • International Logistics
    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 11th, 2016

    International Transportation Services Are Changing – Are You Keeping Up?

    - by Transplace

    International logistics services have changed over the last few years and are continuing to evolve. The change has been customer driven, and is due to many of the major global players letting their infrastructure lapse in keeping up with the demands of the global supply chain. When it comes to international logistics, there are a number of separate entities involved on both the import and export side, and there’s not one cohesive location managing everyone as well as all the data involved. Until recently, where we’ve been able to connect and manage all the dots. Due to the nature of our business, we’ve been able to step in and handle all of these relationships and processes, upping our international services game.

  • Weekly TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of August 17th, 2015

    - by Transplace

    It’s mid-August and while summer might be winding down, as far as the transportation and logistics industry is concerned, things are continuing to heat up. Trucking, oil prices and the Panama Canal are all hot topics, and this week’s TIP List has the latest and greatest insight to keep you in the know. Read on for all the details!

  • Miscellaneous
    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 11th, 2016

    Next-Gen Supply Chain Management: Making the Goal a Reality

    - by Transplace

    Conceptually, a next-gen solution that creates a more reliable, predictable supply chain is easy to envision, and the technology now exists to make it a reality. However, that’s where the simplicity in the process ends. The art and the science of getting a next-gen supply chain right is in the extensive groundwork laid for implementing a new or refreshed strategic roadmap.  Taking this on is unglamorous and gritty work that involves examining current operating and business practices and then utilizing that knowledge as a springboard to build new capabilities – using tools and technologies that simply weren’t available before.

  • Transportation Management
    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 11th, 2016

    Next-Gen Supply Chain Management: There is No Single Solution

    - by Transplace

    Major transformational change in supply chain and logistics is certainly not a frequent occurrence, but it has happened with regularity throughout history. For example:

    The advent of the steam engine and the related rise of railway and steamship lines.
    The invention of diesel and turbine engines resulting in the supplanting of steam-powered vehicles with oil-fueled locomotives, trucks and airliners.
    The construction of limited-access super highways and the rise of trucking services.

  • Sustainability
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    Tackling the More Complex Aspects of Collaboration

    - by Transplace

    Collaboration can be a tricky strategy to tackle at first, but best practices can make the challenge of collaborative distribution worth pursuing.  Here are some guidelines to keep in mind when beginning any co-loading partnership in order to achieve the best possible results:

  • Sustainability
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    Why Collaborate? There’s Power in Partnerships!

    - by Transplace

    Collaboration in shipping is certainly a powerful idea, but how can shippers begin to turn that idea into a beneficial reality?  It helps to start by finding the right partner. But that’s not all. We’ve identified some key steps to transforming the challenge of collaboration into a working relationship that reaps substantial benefits for all parties involved.

    What are some tips for creating value through co-loading? Read on to find out.

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