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Archives for October 2018

Unpacking the Benefits of Global Freight Consolidation

Ocean-Shipping
Have you ever played Tetris? If so, you already have some understanding of what it’s like to manage a consolidated shipment. Unlike Tetris, success is more than a blinking screen of lights—it’s building a global freight consolidation strategy that is solid, effective and consistent. As a result, you will save both time and money while operating your supply chain.

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What it Takes to Successfully Handle Partial Shipments in an Ecommerce World

How do you handle your partial shipments? Do you use common LTL carriers? Or rely on a consolidation program to get the job done? Organizing successful strategies for partial shipments has always required a special kind of expertise. Sometimes juggling all the pieces of partial shipments can feel like an infinite puzzle. One made more difficult by the growing popularity of ecommerce.

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6 Tips to Avoid Common Canada Cross-Border Shipping Mistakes

Did you know that the U.S. – Canada border is one of the most important borders in the world?

Canada is the number one market for U.S. exports and 60% of Canada’s overall trade is with the United States.* Last week, the United States, Canada, and Mexico struck a new tri-lateral agreement to replace NAFTA, now called USMCA. Once ratified by all three countries, USMCA ensures the U.S. and Canada will remain strong trade partners into the future.

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What’s Happening in the Transatlantic’s Ocean Shipping Lane

What’s Happening in the Transatlantic’s Ocean Shipping Lane | Transportfolio

Certain trends in capacity, rates, and tariff activity have conspired to create an especially dynamic holiday season for ocean shipping in the Transatlantic lane. It’s never too late to understand the forces at work that have created the current market, or to explore ideas that can help insulate your business in periods of market volatility—or anytime.

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