Why Freight Brokers Must Stay the Course on Digital Transformation

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Saloodo! on course for expansion

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remains on course for expansion. on course for expansion appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. The logistics start-up Saloodo! The digital platform is now ready to be used globally for road freight transports. A milestone… The post Saloodo!

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[Video] Why Freight Brokers Must Stay the Course on Digital Transformation

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Geoff Turner, Founder and CEO of Choptank, and Prasad Gollapalli, Founder and CEO of Trucker Tools, discuss why freight brokers must stay the course on digital transformation to remain successful moving forward.

EV Makers’ Course Hinges on U.S. Election

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Both of the major-party presidential candidates have said they support electric vehicles, but a Joe Biden win could bring changes to significantly speed up the… The post EV Makers’ Course Hinges on U.S.

Marketing-Led Post-COVID-19 Growth Strategies

Businesses are laying off workers, shutting their doors (some permanently), and struggling to react to the radical destruction that coronavirus (COVID-19) is doing to our society and communities. Most have already sustained massive damage, and we still have yet to see the scope of impact of the global pandemic that has upended the globe. Any return to normalcy may seem far-off, but sales and marketing are on the front lines of restarting the economy. When the dust settles, we have a responsibility to turn our shock and grief into fierce determination, and lead the charge of responsible, strategic, sustainable future growth. However, there’s no team better suited to lead that charge than the marketing department. Marketers are uniquely positioned to provide creative solutions to aid their organization in times of change and chart a course for navigating success.

EV Makers’ Course Hinges on U.S. Election

Supply Chain Brain

Both of the major-party presidential candidates have said they support electric vehicles, but a Biden win could bring changes to significantly speed up the adoption of cars and trucks built by the likes of Tesla Inc. and Nikola Corp

CarriersEdge course helps drivers avoid slips, trips and stress

Fleet Owner

The online training course, “Fall Protection for Drivers,” teaches drivers to be aware of those hazards and best practices for avoiding them

Truck driver shortage on course to double in a decade

Fleet Owner

ATA estimates that 160,000 driver positions will go unfilled over next 10 years

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MOL plots course for autonomous ships

DC Velocity

Research looks at ways to improve fleet navigation and safety. Transportation

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Acing the drone obstacle course

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They are now out of their chairs and onto the green, where they will spend 90% of the course time. Photo: WFP/Elizabeth Millership The methodology and content of the course have been honed since Let’s Fly was first offered in Madagascar in 2018, based on student feedback and performance, with a general trend towards greater simplification and increased practice time. “By training-courses emergency-response drones ethiopia

Prove ROI and Make the Business Case for Industrial Content Marketing

Speaker: Achinta Mitra, Founder and President, Tiecas Inc.

It's the plight of an industrial marketer: over the course of a 12-18 month long buying cycle, you make contact with a whole host of influencers who read your content, who may or may not actually work in purchasing. By the time the RFQ comes in, the original project might be completely different. and your initial point of contact may be long gone! Meanwhile, the purchase somehow takes place, and Sales claims all the glory. How is a marketer supposed to make the business case for better content marketing? Join Achinta Mitra, Founder and President of Tiecas, Inc, as he explains how, despite the long, grueling buying cycle, you can prove the ROI of your content marketing. and win (or keep!) buy-in from your higher-ups.

CarriersEdge, Kunkel offer online safety courses

Fleet Owner

New training courses are the result of a partnership between CarriersEdge and Kunkel & Associates Inc. The Iowa-based insurance brokerage company will now provide its customers more than 70 training courses and resources to oversee a larger emplo

[Video] Why Freight Brokers Must Stay the Course on Digital Transformation

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Geoff Turner, Founder and CEO of Choptank, and Prasad Gollapalli, Founder and CEO of Trucker Tools, discuss why freight brokers must stay the course on… The post [Video] Why Freight Brokers Must Stay the Course on Digital Transformation appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

Shipping lines changing course with UK-Europe services as Brexit looms

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The post Shipping lines changing course with UK-Europe services as Brexit looms appeared first on The Loadstar.

Why ‘Avoiding Fixed Object Collisions’ isn’t really a course

Fleet Owner

When you think about behavior that needs changing rather than focusing too much on a specific outcome of that behavior, you’ll get better results

Navistar sets new course for expansion with customers as guiding light

Fleet Owner

Navistar ends the decade very differently than it began: with happy customers, fortified partnerships and a time-tested manufacturing plan

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New truck driving course at California high school changing lives

Fleet Owner

Dave Dein, a teacher at Patterson High School in California, was unsure what to expect when the father of a student came to speak him two months ago with tears in his eyes. Before my son took your class, he never felt successful,” Dein recalled the

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South Yorkshire spec scheme on course to complete in New Year

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Maple 125… The post South Yorkshire spec scheme on course to complete in New Year appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Steelwork has been completed on a new speculatively built 125,000 sq ft distribution unit on the M1 corridor at Barnsley in South Yorkshire.

Why freight brokers must stay the course on digital transformation

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The post Why freight brokers must stay the course on digital transformation appeared first on The Loadstar. “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” That saying is especially true this year with what companies across all industries, including freight brokers, are experiencing during the pandemic. What are the leaders in the industry doing? Are they hitting the pause button on their digital transformation efforts or accelerating them?

CarriersEdge adds four new online driver training courses

Refrigerated Transporter

CarriersEdge, a provider of online driver training for the trucking industry, recently expanded its library of training courses, added two courses in its Practical Cargo Securement library, plus bloodborne pathogens and spotted lanternfly courses.

Deficit pricing: In LTL it's par for the course

DC Velocity

According to noted consultant Satish Jindel, it's been an ironclad way for carriers to leave money on the table. Transportation

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US Truck Driver Shortage Is On Course to Double in a Decade

Material Handling and Logistics

“At some point, you go from being an operational pain-in-the-neck for the supply chain to real issues for all of us as consumers,” said Bob Costell of the American Trucking Associations

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Selling Courses Online With Teachable – Logistics Business Review

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The online course industry is definitely HUGE! And if you want to sell an online course, most people prefer to do it on a platform… The post Selling Courses Online With Teachable – Logistics Business Review appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. Market News customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

UK University Launches New Logistics Degree Course

Logistics Business Magazine

The UK’s University of Bolton has launched a pioneering degree course in partnership with well-known transport and logistics company Eddie Stobart. Students will be interviewed by representatives of both the university and Eddie Stobart before being accepted on the course. To apply for the course, visit [link]. The post UK University Launches New Logistics Degree Course appeared first on Logistics Business® Magazine.

M&A radar: Prime who? DSV Panalpina warms up for the main course

The LoadStar

DSV Panalpina warms up for the main course appeared first on The Loadstar. We all read the full release here before the stock markets opened on Wednesday: DSV Panalpina (DSV PAN) has acquired Denmark’s Prime Cargo from the Mitsui-Soko Group in Japan.

On a course for the new normal ? AIR CARGO WEEK

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Global commercial aviation charter company Albion Aviation Group is reporting that it is seeing a considerable uptake in its professional cargo broker training courses from… The post On a course for the new normal – AIR CARGO WEEK appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News.

Instructional Technologies adds new courses to PRO-TREAD

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???????Expanding training library now includes lessons on Intermodal Equipment Inspections, Rear End Collision Avoidance-MD Truck, Transporting Lithium Batteries

Improving utilisation levels show ONE is getting back on course

The LoadStar

The post Improving utilisation levels show ONE is getting back on course appeared first on The Loadstar. Japanese ocean carrier Ocean Network Express (ONE) appears to have fully recovered from its abysmal start-up following the merger of the container businesses of K Line, MOL and NYK on 1 April last year. It is now looking for opportunities to maximise its revenue to reverse the disastrous nigh-$600m loss of its first 12 months of trading and move into the black.

When Boeing flew off course … and staff lost trust

The LoadStar

The post When Boeing flew off course … and staff lost trust appeared first on The Loadstar. Two very interesting articles on the problems at Boeing. One, from The Atlantic in November, suggests that the plane manufacturer’s problems began long ago. It argues that the McDonnel Douglas reverse takeover (McDonnell Douglas bought Boeing with Boeing’s money, went the joke) saw Boeing’s culture change from an engineering company to a finance-focused one.

Port of Oakland stays the course as PacRim export leader

Logistics Management

Amid all the trade tension talk between the U.S. and China, the Port of Oakland’s unique position as the Pacific Rim’s major outbound cargo gateway remains secure, as evidenced by November’s container throughput numbers

Maersk may be on course to lose its crown as the world’s biggest box carrier

The LoadStar

MSC is on course to overtake alliance partner Maersk as the biggest ocean carrier by capacity within the next two years. The post Maersk may be on course to lose its crown as the world’s biggest box carrier appeared first on The Loadstar. A new order for five 23,000 teu ULCVs from the South Korean Daewoo yard will take the Geneva-based carrier’s orderbook to 16 vessels, for a massive 305,352 teu, according to Alphaliner data.

For Hemp Transporters, Idaho Roads May Resemble Obstacle Course

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Brad Little has issued an executive order that will permit motor… The post For Hemp Transporters, Idaho Roads May Resemble Obstacle Course appeared first on 24/7 Customs Broker News. [Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] Idaho Republican Gov. Logistics Uncategorized customs broker customs clearance freight imports logistics shipping

Top 14 Logistics and Supply Chain Management Training Programs and Courses in 2016

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Today, Kelly shares the top 14 Logistics and Supply Chain Management training programs and courses available in 2016. To protect yourself and your business I offer you to take a look at this list of top programs and courses that will take place in 2016, which will help you to understand main concepts of this powerful tool and learn how to successfully apply it on practice. University Courses. 1) Course in E Logistics and Supply Chain Management by National University.

Is Omnichannel Dead? Of Course Not…However, the Focus Is Now on Customer Experience in Omnichannel

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Of Course Not…However, the Focus Is Now on Customer Experience in Omnichannel appeared first on Transportation Management Company | Cerasis. Omnichannel has been a go-to plan for retailers since 2008, but it is changing. Omnichannel, as a word and strategy in retail, is shifting. According to Michael Jones via Forbes , the word, omnichannel, will go away in the coming years as retailers move to become hyper-focused on what customers want, need, and find useful while shopping.

FreightHub stays on course – our crew successfully steers our customers digitally through the corona crisis

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Of course, this applies not only to the internal distribution of tasks. The post FreightHub stays on course – our crew successfully steers our customers digitally through the corona crisis appeared first on Forto. How does proactive crisis management work? Why digital processes are no longer discretionary but necessary. Responsible leadership is the be-all and end-all. The coronavirus threatens the lives of people all over the world.