Topic: TMS



Scaling fast-food warehouse operations in a best-case scenario

When a fast-food restaurant wanted to consolidate and streamline its warehouse operations, it turned to a combination of technologies and customer support to make it a reality.

Inflation continues to have a wide-ranging impact on supply chains

Inflation continues to impact various areas of supply chains, which are still dealing with ongoing disruptions, a Blue Yonder executive survey has found.

Port of Baltimore May Not Reopen Until Summer

The Port of Baltimore may remain closed until at least May, and possibly into the summer, as officials investigate and clean up the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse following a cargo…

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Scaling fast-food warehouse operations in a best-case scenario

Monday, May 27, 2024 · Brian Straight
When a fast-food restaurant wanted to consolidate and streamline its warehouse operations, it turned to a combination of technologies and customer support to make it a reality.

Inflation continues to have a wide-ranging impact on supply chains

Monday, May 13, 2024 · Brian Straight
Inflation continues to impact various areas of supply chains, which are still dealing with ongoing disruptions, a Blue Yonder executive survey has found.

Port of Baltimore May Not Reopen Until Summer

Thursday, March 28, 2024 · Andy Gray
The Port of Baltimore may remain closed until at least May, and possibly into the summer, as officials investigate and clean up the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse following a cargo ship strike on Tuesday.

Cargo Shipping Remains on Hold in Baltimore Following Bridge Collapse

Wednesday, March 27, 2024 · Andy Gray
Commercial shipping traffic into and out of the Port of Baltimore remains on hold following the collapse of a bridge in the region on Tuesday.

Baltimore Bridge Collapse Latest Supply Chain Disruption

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 · SCMR Staff
The Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore was struck by a 948-foot cargo ship and collapsed early Tuesday morning, causing the bridge and several cars to fall into the Patapsco River. The supply chain impact is uncertain at this point.

How to Create Real Retailer-Brand Loyalty

Monday, February 19, 2024 · Norman Katz
Supply chain execution, from one end to the other, is the new competitive edge, and this applies whether you are the brand or whether you are the retailer. Working collaboratively is the glue that holds it together.

A Market-Based Routing Guide Strategy for Truckload Transportation

Wednesday, December 13, 2023 · Jorge Oliver and Aaron Zheng
By applying a strategic procurement framework that considers both a freight lane's macro-market and micro-shipper characteristics, shippers can leverage a wider portfolio of relationships that improve their overall routing guide performance while reducing the required…

32nd Annual Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends: Navigating a Shallow Pool of Resources

Friday, November 10, 2023 · Christopher A. Boone, PH.D, Associate Professor, Mississippi State; Karl B. Mandrodt, PH.D., Professor, Geogia College and State University; Joseph Tillman, Manager Education Programs, SMC3; Jason Shin, PH.D., Assistant Professor, Mississippi State
Logistics operations are facing a human capital crisis that poses a threat to both performance and competitiveness. The 32nd Annual Study of Logistics and Transportation Trends examines how businesses are competing for talent, and adopting technology to stay ahead of the…

Scheduling Standards Consortium Publishes API Standard for TMS

Tuesday, October 3, 2023 · Brian Straight
Efforts to streamline freight movement took a step forward on Monday when the Scheduling Standards Consortium announced the release of its first API for transportation management systems.

Carrier Complexity: The Case for Outsourcing Transportation

Wednesday, September 13, 2023 · Stephen Beard, VP of transportation at PFS
The days of choosing a transportation provider based on the best rates are long gone. Now, brands must consider a number of other criteria.

Accenture acquires MacGregor Partners to expand supply chain network and fulfillment capabilities

Thursday, September 8, 2022 · SCMR Staff
Acquisition brings expertise in logistics and warehouse management, as well as data visualization and digital yard solutions.

Bringing Integration and Automation to Spot Freight Procurement

Tuesday, August 30, 2022 · DHL Supply Chain
DHL Supply Chain’s Capacity Connect aligns shippers with available capacity.

Evaluating your transportation management strategy

Tuesday, July 26, 2022 · Brock Johns
You are far from the only one considering a shift. Here are some tips when deciding how to balance a reconsidered in-house/out-source decision.

Unlocking the Value of Supply Chain Integration

Monday, April 25, 2022 · DHL Supply Chain
Enhancing integration across supply chain partners and supply chain processes can help improve supply chain operations.

Today’s TMS - Your mileage may vary!

Monday, March 14, 2022 · SCMR Staff
In this special webcast, Kevin Zweier, Vice President of Transportation at Chainalytics, will explain the changing TMS landscape, along with how different systems are emerging to meet the requirements of international versus domestic shippers.
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