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849 Fairmount Avenue
Suite 400
Baltimore, Maryland, 21286
United States

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Inside the Odom Corporation’s Warehouse: Beverage distribution in Alaska
The Odom Corporation is using lift trucks, high density storage and a pick module to streamline its case-handling operations in Anchorage.

Evolving Customer Expectations in the Last Mile
65% of consumers are willing to pay more for faster delivery. Read the full report to understand how consumer's needs and expectations have changed in the Last Mile - #1 on their list: Faster Delivery!

Prioritize customer experience in the last mile
Omnitracs One Last Mile Solutions can give your operation a better path forward. All the tools you need on a single platform.

Optimize Customer Experience in the Last Mile
Check out this eBook: Logistics in the Last Mile, to see key areas Omnitracs can help bring agility to your trucking fleet.

Wholesale Food Distribution Fleets – The New Normal
Streamline your delivery process with integrated fleet management solutions to help with everything from scheduling to route planning in order to mitigate employee safety risks and product loss - all from a single provider.

65% of consumers willing to pay more for faster delivery
Omnitracs recently released its “Delivering on Demand: Consumer 2021 Insights Survey” examining the impact of the pandemic and future of last mile delivery.

5 Last-Mile Trends to Have on Your Radar
Keeping your business successful in the last mile involves paying attention to what constitutes a triumphant last-mile experience and what differentiates the leaders from the laggards.

Capture demand and meet consumer needs
Check out the eBook: Logistics in the Last Mile, to see key areas Omnitracs can help bring agility to your fleet.

Shippers Ready to “Bear the Brunt” of Higher Trucking Rates for Electronic Logging Devices
Most truckload executives and brokers say the productivity hit on the implementation of electronic logging devices by December 2017, will be in the 4-to-7 percent range.

Ensure your Electronic Logging Device Rollout is a Successful One
This extended paper details why you should, or rather must adopt electronic logging devices or ELDs, and how you should do it, it will show you how to implement ELDs the right way.

Appeal on Electronic Logging Devices Will Not Be Reviewed By U.S. Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has declined to hear a legal challenge to the federal government’s electronic logging mandate, making it a near certainty the rule will take effect this December.

The ELD Mandate - Reduced Crash Risks and Increased Productivity
The ultimate intention of the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate is to reduce the incidence of driver fatigue-related crashes by facilitating compliance with driver hours of service (HOS) rules.

Trucking Companies Applaud Move Away From Paper Log Books Into Electronic Logging Devices
The upfront purchase and installation costs of an electronic logging device results in about a 7 to 10 percent loss in productivity, but once you get up to speed and learn what you can and cannot do, the productivity loss falls to about 3 to 4 percent.

Questions Still Remain With Driver Coercion Rule
Effective January 29, 2016, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) so-called driver coercion rule, formally known as the “Prohibiting Coercion of Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers,” will take effect.

How the Internet of Things Transforms Trucking
Beyond smart trucks, the next evolution of IoT logistics will see the entire supply chain linked with connected things, the Internet of Everything, and with falling costs for smart tags, pallets will talk to trailers, containers will talk to trucks and fleets could talk to fleets.

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