Making the Case For: An Automated Dimensioning Solution

By LM Staff · January 16, 2018 Rising warehousing costs are forcing shippers to find new ways to maximize valuable real estate. At the same time, dimensional weight (DIM) pricing is pressuring the same companies to reduce box sizes and the cost to ship their orders. Felt both on the shipping and receiving sides of […]

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Trucking Regulations: Washington U-Turns; States put hammer down

By John D. Schulz · October 31, 2017 During President Barack Obama’s two terms, Washington’s alphabet game of regulations came down hard on the $748 billion trucking industry. There were regulations from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) on electronic logging devices (ELDs); hours of service (HOS); safety reporting of accidents; hair follicle testing […]

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Making the Case for an Integrated Fleet Management Solution

By LM Staff · October 22, 2017 Whether you are a senior executive, a fleet manager, a transportation planner, or a maintenance or safety director, integrated fleet management technology can drive positive supply chain and business results. That’s because rather than “swivel chair” integration between point solutions or looking through spreadsheets for answers, information about […]

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Refining TMS Integration Outside the Four Walls of the Warehouse

By LM Staff · October 4, 2017 By some accounts, nearly 40 percent of transportation management system (TMS) implementations fail. Some fall short of meeting their desired objectives, some miss implementation deadlines, and others aren’t implemented at all because of integration conflicts. Download this new white paper to learn more about how to overcome critical integration […]

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