A Customs Audit May Be Closer Than You Think | Transportfolio U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is stepping up enforcement of import trade compliance. As more and more companies are experiencing a Focused Assessment, you have to wonder whether your company might be next. Here’s a primer on who’s likely to be audited, and […]
What is normal for the truckload industry? That may seem like a difficult question considering how rapidly things change in our industry—especially in the last calendar year. But there are several trends presenting themselves that will help us redefine what “normal” means for truckload in 2018 and 2019.
Sometimes you just connect with people. It’s as simple as having a conversation on the phone and immediately you know that you just “click” with the other person. That’s exactly what happened when Ray Kaczar of Agristar, LLC., called into C.H. Robinson a year and a half ago.
Is the longest run of supply/demand balance since deregulation ending? As balance/price tensions mount, shippers seek assured capacity and predictable costs
You can develop a comprehensive truckload plan so you’re prepared to handle just about anything.
The air freight landscape has experienced some dramatic shifts in recent years. In fact, those events seem likely to produce some headwinds for air freight shippers in 2018 in locating available air capacity, especially during peak seasons.
Now that 2018 is in full swing, we’ve gathered our most popular posts from 2017 in one place. Below, we provide a quick review of four of our posts that discuss last year’s trucking trends. These posts set the stage for the upcoming year, one we are so excited for.
Leveraging a 3PL’s technology, flatbed shippers have the potential to increase visibility to freight, and develop consistently across all modes
Just how collaborative are your internal departments? If you’re running into issues when one department makes a decision that unintentionally affects one or more aspects of your supply chain, your answer is probably along the lines of “not very.” And it may be holding back your transportation team’s effectiveness. In many organizations, transportation is simply […]
As we begin the New Year, take a few minutes to look back at the most popular topics of 2017. We’ve gathered our top posts of the year for you: