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Now, it is time to envision how to apply the Internet of Things IoT to improve supply chains. Provides a framework companies can use to envision how to apply the IoT to their supply chains Applies the IoT framework to semiconductor, automotive, and ecommerce supply chain improvements Explains the capabilities organizations must have to implement IoT technologies Multi-Stop Trucking: This white paper explores: Factors that increase the price for multi-stop truckloads Factors that lower the price for multi-stop truckloads Strategies you can employ to make multi-stop freight more attractive to carriers and better control your costs Do Higher Truckload Rates Bring Better Carrier Performance?
Does paying higher rates bring better carrier service?
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This white paper provides highlights of the findings: Whether paying more results in better on time pickup or delivery percentages. Whether there is a correlation between acceptance ratios and carrier pricing in a lane.
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Robinson, and a national LTL carrier to examine the issue. Why existing methodologies for measuring carbon emissions for LTL shipments are highly inaccurate How a detailed model and a simplified model for calculating emissions performed How an easy-to-use formula derived from the simplified model can help companies measure LTL carbon emissions with greater accuracy Stale Rates Research: Benefits of Frequent Transportation Bids Do regular procurement events help control transportation costs, or are frequent rebids a waste of time?
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This white paper highlights: What shipping data you will need to assess LTL shipments How to understand the key shipping characteristics that can identify the best cost reduction opportunities Five areas where LTL savings are commonly found Inbound Transportation: Companies that take control of inbound freight management have discovered efficiencies, but that is far from the only benefit.
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