Super Bowl Sunday is nearing and if there’s one thing fans of both teams can agree on, it’s that food is an important player in this game. While consumers are getting ready, manufacturers, retailers, carriers alike will be working hard to ensure fanfare reaches shelves on time.
The rate of change in transportation and shipping has accelerated to meet exploding consumer demand. E-commerce has reshaped the industry in so many ways, from technology and costs to labor and consumer preferences, it can be hard to keep up. Get ready for many more changes in logistics and transportation in 2019.
Reverse logistics season is upon us—the time of year when consumers are returning all those unwanted holiday gifts, and retailers are prepared for the influx. Read more for additional statistics.
Private-label goods, sometimes known as “store brands,” are taking the retail marketplace by storm. This shift has major implications for CPG brands, and how manufacturers respond could make all the difference.
In both the sports world and the business world, success doesn’t automatically come to those with the deepest pockets or best talent available. Companies that experience continued, repeatable success know it doesn’t just happen by chance.
Empty miles are everybody’s problem, especially now that hours-of-service (HOS) limitations under the Electronic Log Mandate (ELD) can take drivers off the roads. Winning the long game requires cohesive shipping networks that limit empty miles and keep drivers rolling—while creating mutually beneficial scenarios for shippers and carriers alike.
Online grocery shopping is the next big boom for e-commerce. As consumers adapt to new and improved ways to shop, traditional retailers are focusing more on last-mile delivery, while manufacturers strive to become masters of the online grocery buying environment.
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With the holiday season upon us and family gatherings in our future, we asked LoadDelivered team members to explain what it is we do each day to help you answer the inevitable question asked around the dinner table.
LoadDelivered, a leading food and beverage specialized third-party logistics (3PL) firm headquartered in Chicago, announced today its selection by Food Logistics as a 2018 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Provider.
LoadDelivered spent National Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2018 honoring and celebrating the 3.5 million professional truck drivers in the United States.
LoadDelivered, a leading food and beverage specialized third-party logistics (3PL) firm headquartered in Chicago, announced today its selection by Food Logistics as a 2018 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Provider.
LoadDelivered, a subsidiary of Capstone Logistics, has been named a CVS Preferred Truckload Carrier – only 1 of 4 carriers to earn this designation. To earn this status, carriers must meet high service expectations set by CVS.
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Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain, has named LoadDelivered to the Top Green Providers list for 2018.
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Freight brokers continue to be a major piece of the puzzle when it comes to keeping a truck loaded and running paid miles.
Crain's Custom Media checked with executives of four third-party logistics firms, each with a presence in Chicago, for their thoughts about this fast-growing industry, including the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Chicago draws logistics business like Hollywood draws actors, or a lamp draws moths. The city is a high-tech logistics hothouse.
One of the main points of focus at the Transparency18 conference was technology. LoadDelivered CEO, Robert Nathan, was featured on a panel with other industry leaders where they discussed how to navigate a tech company.
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To make trailers lighter, sturdier and more thermally efficient, some trailer manufacturers are expanding their use of composite materials, which could offer the potential for a higher strength-to-weight ratio.