April 2018 Logistics Management Magazine

In this Issue:
  • 2018 Salary Survey
  • 2018 Air Cargo Roundtable
  • Improving yard visibility
  • European uncertainty
  • Top 50 Trucking Companies: Carriers rev up for a hot freight market


IN THIS ISSUE
By · April 12, 2018
As companies continue to search for the next generation of logistics management talent, the existing workforce is being asked to deliver more than ever before. While our survey respondents aren’t griping about the workload, they maintain that new challenges require more resources.


By · April 9, 2018
One challenge that every logistics professional and organization will need to face—and soon—is attracting, developing and retaining new talent


By · April 6, 2018
The sales and operations planning process is a long-established mechanism for aligning business objectives with operations. Find out how planning solutions are becoming more constraint aware and capable of assessing what-if scenarios in ways that make S&OP more effective and meaningful. SandOP planning. New trends in Sales and Operations Planning,


By · April 6, 2018
From AGVs to exoskeleton suits, the robotics on today’s warehouse and DC docks aim to help shippers operate more efficiently in an increasingly competitive distribution environment. Robotics in the loading dock, Automatic Guided Vehicles in the loading dock, Drones for loading dock management, Exoskeletons for loading and unloading freight. 2018 Warehouse dock equipment


By · April 5, 2018
While it appears that air cargo providers are finally playing their cards right, shippers are eager to see if their carriers use more caution in the future—or decide to double down while their hands are hot. Air Freight Discussion, State of Air Cargo 2018, Discussion on Air Cargo Industry, Air Cargo Research


By · April 5, 2018
Technologies that enhance yard management systems such as RFID and drones promise a new level of visibility into asset location in yards, but they may not be ideal for all yards. Simply using YMS workflows with bar code scanning, as well as integration to TMS and WMS, can vastly improve visibility and throughput. Using drones for yard management, RFID and Drones for Trucking


By · April 3, 2018
Analysts and logistics service providers agree that increasing protectionism and restrictions on trade can only hinder the free flow of goods between nations—and certainly can’t be in the interest of the global transport and logistics sector. European Trade and Logistics Report, Brexit implications, European Union Trade Report, Global Trade trends


By · April 3, 2018
The top trucking companies planning big investments and more strategic operations geared to serve shippers in a roaring freight environment - one that’s being driven by a booming economy and a tight labor market. Trucking top 50 2017, Top Motor Carriers by revenue, Highest grossing trucking companies 2017, FedEx Freight Revenues 2017, top LTLs 2017, Top less than truckload companies.


By · April 3, 2018
The air forwarders, third-party logistics (3PL) providers, drayage, warehouse and airport operators are experiencing a revolution well beyond the decade of security-focused investments that had captured so much attention. 3PL technologies for Air Cargo, Air Freight Technology Trends 2018


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