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2021 Truckload Roundtable: Advantage carriers

The TL market continues to see a flurry of high demand, elevated rates, and ongoing capacity issues. And while overall market conditions have improved from…

Truckload: More volume, fewer services

Today, visibility has taken on a whole new emphasis. Those who can provide visibility are valued, and those who can turn raw transportation data into…

The business of operating a private fleet

Private fleet creation and expansion are career make-or-break initiatives, so make sure to check out what others have experienced before you go private. Source: logistics…

Time to check your LTL pricing knowledge

Wise executives are stepping up to improve the performance ability of their people through programs like this, and they will serve the domestic and international…

2021 Rate Outlook: Hikes are a certainty

While rate hikes are a certainty in 2021, Burnson adds that all parties need to keep their eyes peeled on the oil and fuel markets…

Freight Payment 2021: Data analysis for everyone

Freight payment providers are upbeat heading into recovery, offering a diverse menu of solutions designed to take cost out of freight transportation by helping shippers…

The Future of Motor Freight

Wanting to offset capacity shortages, rising freight rates and other roadblocks, more companies are turning to technology and collaborating with their partners across the entire…

Hatch Chile Co. secures truckload capacity…Quickly

Transportation Case Study. Specialty packaged food company leverages load matching app to meet 100% volume growth during the pandemic—and saves thousands in the process. Source:…

132 Years of Regulation and Counting

The current regulatory philosophy is to be “hands off” on market entry and pricing. Source: logistics Mgmt

Newsroom Notes: Logistics political football

There are more questions than answers, but it’s fourth and long, and the punt team is coming out onto the field….again. Source: logistics Mgmt