Parcel Rates and Cost Impact in Q4 and 2021

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Budget Planning 2021: 5 Supply Chain Recommendations

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The ability for organizations to respond to these challenges will determine the strategies required to maintain profitable performance in 2021. Read more Budget Planning 2021: 5 Supply Chain Recommendations.

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What the Trucking Industry Could Look Like in 2021

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All of this said, analysts and industry experts believe that 2021 will be the year that the industry begins to pick itself back up. Learn more about what the trucking industry could look like in 2021 now. Why 2021 Could Hold Promise.

Gartner’s strategic tech trends for 2021 turn pragmatic

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Gartner thinks companies are finally starting to take security and protection of data seriously, and will focus more on the very practical improvements to operations they can make using IT. Big data, AI and other tech will play a role, … Continue reading → Advanced Computing cybersecurity innovation technology

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Schneider CEO Rourke predicts higher TL rates well into 2021

Logistics Management

The confluence of COVID-induced disruptions to supply chains and unpredictable trucking demand levels will mean sharply higher truckload rates well into 2021, a leading TL executive is predicting.

IntraLogisteX set for May 2021

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IntraLogisteX – the UK’s premier intralogistics and materials handling exhibition – will return to the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on 27th and 28th May 2021. Following… The post IntraLogisteX set for May 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

5 Tips for Improving Your Inventory Management in 2021

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This is one of the critical competitive advantages that you can have in 2021 when virtually every business is feeling “the squeeze” following the shut-downs and social distancing measures that followed the COVID-19 pandemic.

Finalizing Your 2021 Transportation Budget – The New Normal

Blue Grace Logistics

Freight Budgeting for 2021 is going to be very different from the traditional budgeting done in previous years. Budgeting for 2021 will need mapping existing resources with strategy and a shift from the traditional inputs and standard approaches.

Five New Ways Shipping Businesses Will Use Technology in 2021

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With 2021 just around the corner, shipping businesses should make sure they stay ahead of the curve by considering five possible technology moves to implement. The post Five New Ways Shipping Businesses Will Use Technology in 2021 appeared first on More Than Shipping.

U.S.-based shippers should expect higher ocean contract rates in 2021, says Drewry

Logistics Management

As we move closer to the end of the year, Drewry reaffirms its view that manufacturers and retailers should expect ocean contract freight rates on most routes to increase – not fall – in 2021, following major market changes since the COVID-19 outbreak.

UK retailers target increased supply chain technology spend in 2021

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Retailers spent $10 billion (£7billion) on e-commerce technologies during the first three months of the Covid-19, and more than half of UK retailers are expecting to… The post UK retailers target increased supply chain technology spend in 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

Devon Anderson’s 2021 Western Star 4900SB

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Devon Anderson uses this 2021 Western Star 4900SB 4-axle tractor in his D.C. The truck is powered… The post Devon Anderson’s 2021 Western Star 4900SB appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Anderson & Co. business based in Dallas, Oregon.

Parcel Rates and Cost Impact in Q4 and 2021

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… The post Parcel Rates and Cost Impact in Q4 and 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. COVID-19 created an entirely new small package shipping environment, especially when it comes to the hidden costs that come with annual increases in parcel rates.…

Government targets sea, air and rail freeports by 2021

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Sea, air and rail ports in England will be invited to bid for freeport status before the end of the year, with the government aiming… The post Government targets sea, air and rail freeports by 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

US trucking will remain volatile into 2021, but rates may have peaked

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The post US trucking will remain volatile into 2021, but rates may have peaked appeared first on The Loadstar. US shippers will continue to face a challenging trucking market for much of the coming year, but at least the relentless rise in pricing should come to an end.

DHL Express Announces Annual Price Adjustments for 2021

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Outlook September 18, 2020 13:42 IST DHL Express Announces Annual Price Adjustments for 2021 outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 (Eds: Disclaimer: The following press release comes… The post DHL Express Announces Annual Price Adjustments for 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

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SIL Postponed to 2021

Logistics Business Magazine

SIL 2021 will take place from June 1-3 next year. The post SIL Postponed to 2021 appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine. SIL, the annual logistics show staged in Barcelona, has been shelved for this year as a result of the crisis, having initially been put back to September. Details here. Materials Handling & Warehousing

Congress looks to punt on new highway bill funding, kicking problem into 2021

Logistics Management

Like seemingly everything else in Washington, Republicans and Democrats are light years apart in negotiations over a new five-year federal highway spending bill, and seem likely to kick the problem into 2021.

Budget Planning 2021: 5 Supply Chain Recommendations

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The ability for organizations to respond… The post Budget Planning 2021: 5 Supply Chain Recommendations appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. The effects of COVID-19 on North American business are creating supply chain challenges into the second half of 2020.

Logistics operations face London commercial vehicle curbs from March 2021

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Commercial vehicles entering London will need to run at a minimum of Euro-6 from 1 March 2020, as logistics operations have to comply with tighter… The post Logistics operations face London commercial vehicle curbs from March 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

World Cargo Symposium postponed until 2021

Airfreight Logistics

The next WCS will take place in Istanbul, Turkey March 9 – 11, 2021. The post World Cargo Symposium postponed until 2021 appeared first on Airfreight Logistics. The World Cargo Symposium planned to be hosted by Turkish Cargo between March 10 and 12, has been postponed by IATA due to the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak’s global impact. For further information please click here. Events IATA Turkish Cargo World Cargo Symposium

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U.S. Supply Chain Managers Should Expect Higher Ocean Contract Rates in 2021, Says Drewry

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Supply Chain Managers Should Expect Higher Ocean Contract Rates in 2021, Says Drewry appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

Parcel Rates and Cost Impact in Q4 and 2021 – Talking Logistics

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… The post Parcel Rates and Cost Impact in Q4 and 2021 – Talking Logistics appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. COVID-19 created an entirely new small package shipping environment, especially when it comes to the hidden costs that come with annual increases in parcel rates.…

Construction of Toyota’s ‘Smart City’ is Set to Begin in 2021

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The post Construction of Toyota’s ‘Smart City’ is Set to Begin in 2021 appeared first on Kuebix. Artificial intelligence, robots and self-driving cars are establishing themselves within the transportation industry thanks to improved operational efficiencies and long-term benefits. These technologies are being adopted more commonly as their success stories continue to grow in number.

Kuebix Named a 2021 FreightTech 100 Winner

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FreightWaves – the industry leading provider of news, data and analytics for the logistics market – has named Kuebix a winner of the 2021 FreightTech 100 Awards. The post Kuebix Named a 2021 FreightTech 100 Winner appeared first on Kuebix.

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air cargo Africa 2021 re-scheduled for 2023

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Messe Muenchen South Africa, organiser of… The post air cargo Africa 2021 re-scheduled for 2023 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. air cargo Africa, the sector’s leading industry exhibition and conference, has been rescheduled to take place in February 2023.

Multimodal Postponed Until March 2021

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UK event Multimodal has been pushed back further to March 2021. Organisers Clarion Events said in a statement: “Following on from our previous communications in relation to Multimodal – in light of both governmental directions and general public health advice, and after also canvassed with a large sample of visitors and exhibitors – the overwhelming desire is to further postpone the event to 2021.

St Modwen commits to delivering 1.5 million sq ft speculative space in 2021

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million sq ft speculative space in 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Modwen has launched its latest industrial and logistics development phases as part of plans to deliver around 1.5m sq ft of high-quality space in… The post St Modwen commits to delivering 1.5

International Trade Fair LogiMAT postponed until June 2021

Logistics Business Magazine

LogiMAT, International Trade Fair for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management, is being postponed until early summer 2021 as a precaution amid the ongoing coronavirus. LogiMAT 2021 will now take place at Messe Stuttgart June 22–24, 2021. But the latest figures from Germany’s disease control and prevention center do not give us the security needed for exhibitors and our visitors from abroad to move forward into the final planning phase for March 2021 with confidence.

House Panel OKs Fiscal 2021 Transportation Funding Bill

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Legislation that would increase funding for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration was approved… The post House Panel OKs Fiscal 2021 Transportation Funding Bill appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. [Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.]

World Cargo Symposium postponed until 2021 – Airfreight Logistics

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The World Cargo Symposium planned to be hosted by Turkish Cargo between March 10 and 12, has been postponed by IATA due to the ongoing… The post World Cargo Symposium postponed until 2021 – Airfreight Logistics appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

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Amtrak’s $2.1B Acela Upgrade May Miss 2021 Planned Start

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Acela Upgrade May Miss 2021 Planned Start appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. [Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] Amtrak’s $2.1 billion upgrade to its high-speed Acela rail service between Washington and Boston… The post Amtrak’s $2.1B Uncategorized customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

Mercedes-Benz on track for e-truck manufacturing in 2021

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[og_img] Mercedes-Benz reckons it is on track for series production of its battery-powered eActros in 2021 following a series of real-world tests. A 25-tonne eActros… The post Mercedes-Benz on track for e-truck manufacturing in 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Commercial Vehicles News Sustainability customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

All-electric Transit van launch set for 2021

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Ford has targeted 2021 for the volume launch of an all-electric Transit van designed to meet the needs of urban operators. The post All-electric Transit van launch set for 2021 appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. The all-electric Transit will sit alongside the plug-in hybrid version which will go on sale in late 2019. Ford unveiled a working prototype of the all-electric Transit at a “Go Further” event in Amsterdam, […].

Cargo screening forwarders will need to sniff out more dogs by 2021

The LoadStar

The canine screening programme in the US has become a victim of its own success; there are fears that demand will outpace supply, New ICAO rules from 2021 will require all freight to be screened, which in part can be done with dogs, but there are concerns that not enough animals will be trained in time. The post Cargo screening forwarders will need to sniff out more dogs by 2021 appeared first on The Loadstar.