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Transportation & Supply Chain Predictions for 2019

For 2019, we believe the U.S. transportation industry and supply chain professionals will place more emphasis on digitization within the supply chain to help them address future complex challenges.

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For 2019, we believe the U.S. transportation industry and supply chain professionals will place more emphasis on digitization within the supply chain to help them address future complex challenges.

Kuebix, creator of a transportation management system that delivers true freight intelligence, today celebrates the one-year anniversary of Kuebix Free Shipper, the industry’s first free multimodal TMS that offers unlimited rating, booking, and tracking of TL, LTL and parcel freight.

Even with great compensation, stability and a path for growth for years to come, job-seekers are turning to ridesharing and other positions over truck driving causing a huge driver shortage in the supply chain industry.

Transportation technology is in the midst of a revolution, and new technologies are improving the efficiency of existing transportation methods, these new developments are poised to completely reshape the way we move things.

Time-consuming implementations and limited software capabilities are common reasons that technology sometimes doesn’t deliver the optimal return-on-investment.

Transportation and logistics companies are getting ready for the holiday season - hiring additional workers, renting warehouse space, adding more drivers or contracting with additional carriers, and putting stock on shelves.

A transportation management system should greatly improve any shipper’s transportation operation and reduce the cost of freight, but it’s important to evaluate how its speed of implementation, user experience, and adaptability are going to impact ROI before committing.

Even in downgrading Florence, which is expected to crash into the Carolinas late Thursday night or early Friday, the National Hurricane Center predicted “life-threatening storm surge,” “catastrophic flash flooding and prolonged significant river flooding,” and “damaging hurricane-force winds.”

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is seeking public comment on revising four specific areas of current hours-of-service regulations, which limit the operating hours of commercial truck drivers.

This ebook provides a guide to benchmark your company against best practices in the transportation and shipping industry and helps to put together a strategic approach to capitalizing on the opportunities to manage the “art of the inbound.”

With 15% of carrier invoices being incorrect, manually using carriers’ paper or email invoices to validate billed amounts can easily result in errors - using the right technology, the entire process can be streamlined and automated.

Kuebix, which offers a transportation management system with freight intelligence, has announced Community Load Match which leverages Kuebix’s vast logistics network to help shippers battle the capacity crisis with an easy way to access available trucks.

Managing inbound freight is one of the most crucial parts of managing a successful supply chain, but the fact is… it’s hard!

Kuebix, the creator of a transportation management system that delivers true freight intelligence, takes a look at the impact Amazon Prime Day will have on the supply chain, and how retailers ready themselves for increased volume and customer expectations.

Do you ever stop to think how America's Fourth of July celebrations including food, drink, and fireworks, all come together?