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Cracking the supply-chain success code, with omnichannel logistics

Let’s start off with a simple quiz: Machine-to-machine interaction. Internet of Things. Streamlined supply-chain management. Fulfillment clouds. Anticipatory logistics. If you had a chance to select any one of the above, as a value addition that would bring in...

A Stitch in Time Saves Nine – Overcoming Supplier & Carrier Risks During...

Each year, 20 million drivers meet with fleet accidents. The annual cost of recovery for shipping companies is over $250 billion. Does your company have a system in place to identify carrier risks during pickup and delivery? If you...

Going Down The Green Road: A Look at ‘Green’ Trends in the Trucking Industry

The times are good. International trade continues to flourish every day. The shipping industry is busier than ever. But statistics on carbon footprints left behind by “over-the-road” fleet vehicles are making the rounds, and they do not look good....

The Top 6 Trends in Logistics that Impact Shippers in 2017

Embracing the unconventional is not an option anymore. Dependence on outdated logistic strategies might prove to be fatal, or may even mean bankruptcy. As the technological disruption in the logistics domain continues to diversify, a few top trends are dominating...

Packing Products Right Has More Benefits Than You Know

Ever had that moment when you buy something from a novel brand and can’t bring yourself to trash the packing cover? Why is that? High-end retail brands such as Armani, Louis Vuitton, and Apple put as much thought into...

5 Perfect Valentine’s Gifts for Him & Her

Buckle up people. The day you’ve been all awaiting (or dreading), is just around the corner. For it’s that time when chocolate unanimously becomes the global currency for 24 hours, the florists are suddenly the busiest people in the...

4 Simple Ways to Manage E-Fulfilment

Humans during the ice-age probably considered the element of fire to be divine and alien. The man who discovered the wheel would’ve laughed at the thought of ever being able to fly. And as for our grandparents – they...

What is Reverse Logistics?

Generally, logistics is known to be the process of transporting products from manufacturers to customers. In an instance, of reverse logistics, products move back from customers to distributors or manufacturers. For example, if the purchased product is defective, the...