March 2019 Logistics Management Magazine Issue

In this Issue:
  • E-commerce Logistics: Embrace the challenge
  • Parcel express market update
  • Untapped reverse logistics potential
  • 2019 WDC Equipment Study
  • Quarterly Transportation Market Update: LTL


IN THIS ISSUE
By · March 11, 2019
Shippers are starting to see the incredible advantage that can be gained through the strategic management of e-commerce—especially as logistics professionals move out of their silos and into the C-suite. Industry experts further contend that walls will continue to be torn down before this disruption reaches an advanced and fully evolved stage.


By · March 11, 2019
It’s a phenomenon that has not only fundamentally altered retail logistics operations, but has ushered in similar demands between suppliers and trading partners across manufacturing and B2B industries.


By · March 7, 2019
As the complexity of filling smaller orders faster continues to mount, our analysts expect more operations to embrace the value that WMS brings to the table. Here’s what they believe is on tap this year in the world of WMS and the systems that support it.


By · March 7, 2019
Coming off of a year that saw notable gains in volumes and pricing, the parcel market continues to grow at a fast clip. Our panel of parcel experts examines key market drivers and discusses how to navigate the fastest moving segment of logistics.


By · March 7, 2019
In today’s era of fickle e-commerce customers, reverse logistics represents an untapped opportunity for imaginative managers and their 3PL partners to plump up the bottom line.


By · March 7, 2019
Spending on 3PL services and new technologies are all part of a more deliberate approach to figuring out the right mix of equipment, software and services to manage the stress of today’s labor market and order fulfillment pressures.


By · March 7, 2019
Drivers are scarce, costs are way up and rate increases will largely fall on those shippers that don’t unclog their supply chains in this “good, not great” market.


By · March 7, 2019
“Collaborative contracts start with collaborative behavior in negotiations—and these negotiations start with full disclosure.”


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