Archive for April, 2020

  • Business - Transportation
    Transplace Market Update April 23, 2020

    Letter from the CEO: Market Update April 23, 2020

    - by Transplace

    Let me begin by saying that we are thinking of those who are directly impacted by this pandemic and remain committed to supporting our customers, employees, carriers, and partners. We are in this together and I have been proud to see how we have been able to support those around us.

  • Business - Transportation

    Letter from the CEO: Market Update April 16, 2020

    - by Transplace

    Let me begin by saying that we are thinking of those who are directly impacted by this pandemic and remain committed to supporting our customers, employees, carriers, and partners. We are in this together and I have been proud to see how we have been able to support those around us.

  • Business - Transportation

    Think Tank 2020: Answering the Tough Questions with Transparency and the Right Data at the Right Time

    - by Transplace

    In 2017, a group of talented Transplace data scientists started on a mission to re-invent reporting for customers. The group’s initial mission was to deliver reporting capabilities leveraging the latest in data reporting technology to configure a virtually unlimited array of customized reports most relevant to our customer needs. The idea was to share easy to read and understand reports throughout the customer’s organization to deliver actionable information where it was needed to most effectively guide logistics operations for performance and efficiency. What began as a small team and new reporting capability has now become the functional backbone of our intelligence gathering function at Transplace called the Think Tank.

  • Business - Transportation

    Letter from the CEO: Market Update April 2, 2020

    - by Transplace

    We are pleased to provide another transportation market update for you this week. The major theme in our commentary today is a continuation of dramatic disruptions that continue to wreak havoc on most of the global supply chain. While a few indices are settling down, i.e., dry van spot rates on major lanes fell or were flat after rising sharply in the prior week, there remains tremendous uncertainty in the market and little visibility into what the future holds. We will continue to monitor the impact of stricter “safer at home” orders on shipments of non-essential goods, medical supplies, and consumer products.

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