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The transportation industry spent much of last year recovering from an 18-month freight recession, but a steady increase in freight volume and high load-to-truck ratios indicate that the market has recovered.
Last month, Amazon announced its intent to buy Whole Foods Markets for $13.7 billion, generating a lot of buzz about what’s to come—from expanding Amazon Fresh and competing with Walmart’s grocery pick-ups to leveraging new technologies that can make food shopping online routine.
Ask almost anyone in the trucking industry and you’re likely to hear about their concerns over drivers leaving their companies or even the industry. The driver shortage is real and causing major upsets from sea to shining sea.
LoadDelivered CEO, Robert Nathan, will participate in a panel discussion at the TIA Capitol Ideas Conference & Exhibition 2017. The panel is “The Path to Growing a Freight Brokerage” and will provide tips from Nathan and other industry experts on how to scale a brokerage startup.
Food Logistics, the only publication dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain, has named LoadDelivered to its 2016 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list.