Truckers throughout the transportation industry have experienced racism in many forms. It’s important to stay aware of racism and discrimination in our communities and especially in the transportation industry. Open and honest communication will help us get to a better place. By acknowledging the problem, committing to learn, and taking steps to address racism, we may be able to start moving forward together.
Retailers, distributors, and manufacturers alike are increasingly under pressure to reduce costs and increase speed to market. One proven model for meeting demand quickly is Direct Store Delivery (DSD).
As we move into the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are beginning to re-open, but how that will play out remains one of the biggest questions of all. For now, shippers, carriers, and individuals can make a difference by taking steps to help businesses survive.
As panic buying and freight volumes surged in late March, distribution centers were in chaos. Several retailers suspended their vendor-compliance penalties to provide relief to their suppliers. Now that volumes are normalizing, suppliers are beginning to incur fines and penalties once again for performance issues. Carrier performance is more important than ever.
COVID-19 concerns continue to reshape supply chains throughout the U.S. As people adjust to wearing masks, social distancing, spending more time at home, and preparing for economic uncertainty, shippers are analyzing the trends to understand what supply chains might look like when conditions settle into a new normal.
The novel coronavirus is causing major supply chain disruptions. Supply, demand, and freight flows are changing in irregular ways. Although the situation is still developing and changes by the day, here’s what the freight market has experienced in the past few weeks.
Demand for refrigerated trucks cooled after the new year, but top trucking industry executives are predicting a dramatic shift beginning in April, largely due to favorable growing conditions for produce.
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As the number of new coronavirus cases grows and factories in affected regions remain closed, coronavirus could have significant impact on global supply chains and the transportation industry.
LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, has been named a 2020 Top Green Provider by Food Logistics Magazine. This marks LoadDelivered’s third consecutive year on the list.
LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, has been named to the Transport Topics list of Top Freight Brokerage Firms for the fourth consecutive year.
LoadDelivered Logistics is committed to remaining fully operational in preparation for the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). We are monitoring national and global developments on active cases, status changes and recommendations and will be implementing business continuity plans to ensure service remains consistent for all our partners.
LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, announced today its selection by Food Logistics Magazine as a 2019 Top Software & Technology Provider.
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LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, today launched QuickPay+ to help alleviate the critical challenge of insufficient cash flow for their carrier partners.
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While carriers have long had options to get paid quicker than payment terms would guarantee by accepting a discount on invoices, freight broker LoadDelivered is testing whether drivers would trade early payment for providing visibility and capacity loyalty using QuickPay+.
Commercial Carrier Journal discusses the current carrier cash flow problem and how LoadDelivered’s new 1-day payment service, QuickPay+, is offering some relief in the form of free, next-day payments to carriers.
Armstrong and Associates’ presents their 2019 Top 100 Domestic Transportation Managers/Freight Brokers List .
Robert Nathan, co-founder of LoadDelivered and Chief Supply Chain Officer at Capstone Logistics, talked about logistics trends including real-time shipment visibility at the BluJay Solutions Soar conference.
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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.