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As the premier source for strategic solutions in the transportation and logistics industries, SJ Consulting constantly invests in staff, technology, market intelligence gathering and new service offerings, such as our Industry Reports. These investments drive value creation for our clients by empowering them with the tools and knowledge necessary to compete in an evolving marketplace.

SJ Consulting
Waterfront Corporate Park
2200 Georgetowne Drive, Suite 202
Sewickley, Pennsylvania, 15143-8751
United States
[email protected]


Strategic Business Solutions for the Transportation & Logistics Industries
Strategic Business Solutions for the Transportation & Logistics Industries
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Tale of Two Loads: LTLs managing reduced demand better than TL carriers
There is a sharp, telling contrast among yields of trucking companies, depending on which niche they are operating. An expected slow first half for freight demand has morphed into uncertain expectations for the rest of the year. Most truckload (TL) executives are hoping for a second-half rebound to make up for a below-par first half.

E-commerce Effect: Change for the better
The impact of e-commerce on freight transportation has been profound, and it’s not restricted to any single mode—in fact, all have been affected. What’s the reality and what does it mean going forward?

September on-time performance metrics from ShipMatrix are mixed
This data is based on millions of packages shipped via UPS, FedEx, and USPS.

Major carrier June on-time performance ratings are mixed, based on ShipMatrix data
Data recently provided to LM by ShipMatrix, a subsidiary of Pittsburgh-based SJ Consulting, pointed to mixed on-time performance (OTP) ranges, in June, for major parcel carriers, including UPS, FedEx, and the United States Postal Service (USPS).

State of Logistics 2021: Less than Truckload (LTL)
Retail, e-commerce, carrier discipline driving revival

ShipMatrix data provides insight into delivery on-time performance
Data recently provided to LM by ShipMatrix, a subsidiary of Pittsburgh-based SJ Consulting, showed that major parcel carriers, including UPS, FedEx, the United States Postal Service (USPS), and were within similar ranges, for on-time performance (OTP) for May on an annual basis, whereas average daily volumes saw a bigger spread, to the upside.

New ShipMatrix USPS parcel offering provides retail and e-commerce options with peak season options
Entitled the ShipMatrix 1st Class Parcel Service, the firm said that this offering is geared towards retail and e-commerce shippers that have been “capped” by the parcel duopoly of FedEx and UPS for the 2020 peak season. Some of the key aspects of this offering, according to ShipMatrix, include: no limit on parcel volume; no peak season surcharges; and an automatic money-back guarantee on packages that are not delivered within five days.

Shifts in parcel market conditions brought on by COVID-19 are still evolving
Given the influx of e-commerce activity brought on by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has resulted in myriad consumers remaining at home, due to social distancing measures, one major takeaway has been how increased online ordering activity has severely impacted parcel delivery operations.

ShipMatrix data points to strong carrier performance for start of holiday delivery season
With the holiday shopping season officially in full swing, data issued this week by ShipMatrix, a subsidiary of Pittsburgh-based SJ Consulting, showed that major parcel carriers, including UPS, FedEx, the United States Postal Service (USPS), and global e-commerce titan Amazon, have started strong for delivery of online items for the week ending December 1, which included both Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

2019 Top 50 Trucking Companies: Working to Stay on Top
The nation’s top carriers are making every effort to extend the trucking rally, satisfy customer needs and differentiate themselves in a cutthroat market.

In stunning development, NEMF and 10 related subsidiaries declare bankruptcy
In a financial development that shocked the trucking industry, 101-year-old New England Motor Freight and 10 related subsidiaries (including truckload giant Eastern Freightways) voluntarily filed for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey in Newark on February 11.

Strong Holiday On-Time Delivery Performance for USPS, UPS, and FedEx
For the first three weeks of the holiday shipping season, ShipMatrix data shows that the on-time delivery performance of FedEx, UPS, and USPS is strong, coming in at 95.1%, 97.6%, and 97.8%, respectively.

Jindel tells SMC3 attendees how Amazon continues to distance itself from other retailers
While the amount of shipments Amazon handled in 2016 was staggering, the company’s 2016 $16.2 billion spent on outbound shipping and transportation costs is perhaps even more so.

Knight Transportation & Swift Transportation Merge in $6 Billion Deal
Knight Transportation Inc. and Swift Transportation Co. have announced they are merging in an all-stock deal with a combined enterprise value of $6 billion, the combined entity will be called Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings Inc.

Adapting to Changes in Freight Payment Processes
Changes considered by some as “absolutely inevitable” are coming to freight payment services as shippers seek to leverage data for more efficiency, and while innovative and data-driven companies insist there’s a better way, skeptics push back with plenty of experience under their belts.

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