Posts tagged with ‘reverse logistics’

  • Weekly TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of August 20th, 2017

    - by Transplace

    As many southern states anticipate a week of stormy weather, we wanted to compile a positive forecast of trends that are impacting the future of the transportation industry. This week’s TIP List includes stories such as trucking’s impact on the U.S. economy and the increase of robots in the automotive sector — read on for all of the trends that are shining through!

  • Weekly TIP List
    Weekly Transportation TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of March 5th, 2017

    - by Transplace

    This Sunday, Daylight Saving Time begins and we will turn the clocks ahead to “spring forward” one hour. And as we look towards the warmer weather that is soon to follow, we’re also looking ahead to the future of the transportation and supply chain industry. This week’s TIP List showcases the current status of NAFTA, President Trump’s infrastructure investment plan and more. Don’t waste any time – check out all of the articles in this week’s TIP list!

  • Weekly TIP List
    Weekly Transportation TIP List

    Transportation TIP List: Week of November 1st, 2015

    - by Transplace

    Despite the clock “falling back” this weekend, our latest TIP List is ready to spring ahead with this week’s top trends in the transportation industry. And at the forefront are a number of timely and intriguing topics, including a new highway bill, container weight rules and the continuation of the problematic driver shortage. While the clock is ticking on many of these issues, that extra hour of sleep has us wide awake and ready to dive into this week’s TIP List! Check it out below.

  • Supply Chain Consulting
    Transportation TIP List: Week of December 11th, 2016

    How to Move Forward with Reverse Logistics

    - by Transplace

    Everyone has experienced this scenario: a great event is planned in advance, a timeline is set with a predetermined flow of the party, from when guests arrive to the food and music, all the way to their departure at the end of the evening. But as with most events, the host may experience some hiccups along the way. The same goes for many planned and well-organized supply chain processes – they carry with them the threat of unplanned and unintended events, especially when moving product from the point of origin to its final destination. And it is when that shipment does not arrive in its best condition that shippers experience the reverse logistics process.

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