January 2019 Logistics Management Magazine Issue

In this Issue:
  • 2019 Rate Outlook: Pressure builds
  • How to shop for a freight payment company
  • TMS keeps pace with the times
  • Key trade topics for 2019
  • Special Reports: U.S. Ports Update: Infrastructure shortfalls driving innovation
  • 2018 Virtual Summit WrapUp: Navigating new realities


IN THIS ISSUE
By · January 10, 2019
In 2019, the world economy will enter a third straight year of broad-based growth, but many economists feel that a combination of rising interest rates and ongoing trade protectionism will continue to create unexpected turbulence—and lead to even higher freight rates. How likely is this to derail the ongoing global expansion?


By · January 9, 2019
Manufacturers, dealers and users of lift trucks are jointly navigating a brave new world of lift truck integration with broader systems and processes.


By · January 9, 2019
The booming freight market has created new opportunities for data analytics, but experts say beware of companies offering too much depth and not enough expertise.


By · January 9, 2019
Indeed, it’s rare that we find a year when global trade has such an unsettling effect on domestic inventory levels, port volumes and capacity demands to handle the influx at those gateways.


By · January 9, 2019
The transportation management systems market is growing right along with the number of challenges that shippers face in today’s hectic freight transportation environment.


By · January 8, 2019
Shippers who are current on the global trade landscape are assets to their service partners and clients. Our global trade expert provides us with a review of three key trade topics that should be top of mind as we enter 2019.


By · January 8, 2019
Our latest Virtual Summit tackles the most serious transportation issues facing shippers and explains what companies can do to operate smarter and more efficiently in the tightest freight environment in more than a generation.


By · January 8, 2019
Seaports on West, East, and Gulf coasts are all poised to compete on one major imperative: investment in transformational technologies.


By · January 8, 2019
The real answer will come from more sophisticated pricing models that allow the shipper and carrier to adjust for all of the classification elements as well as day of shipment and even time of day.


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