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Maintenance costs up? Your fleet needs smarter parts purchasing

Fleet Owner

Small and mid-sized fleets don’t have the negotiating power of the larger fleets but that doesn’t mean they can’t find ways to reduce parts costs. Here are some tips on where to find savings. Perspectives / IdeaXchange

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[Video] Beyond Rates: Important Factors in Carrier Selection

Talking Logistics

When it comes to procuring freight, rates and capacity almost always takes center stage. This is especially true when freight demand exceeds available capacity, which was the case most of 2021 and earlier this year. But market conditions are different today.

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What components make up a quality maintenance program?

Fleet Owner

Here are four elements that fleets can focus on to ensure their vehicles will operate more efficiently and be on the road longer. Each one helps the other bolster a maintenance program that delivers more. Perspectives / IdeaXchange

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New app aims to help drivers with sleep apnea stay safe behind the wheel

Logistics Management

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a respiratory disorder characterized by a reduction or cessation of breathing during sleep, affects as many as half of the nation’s 3.5 million long-haul truck drivers. But it’s a problem that potentially affects all highway users.

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How Top Food Shippers are Navigating Supply Chain Disruptions in 2023

Speaker: Glenn Koepke and Melissa Wreath

On February 2nd, join FourKites and ArrowStream to learn what food & beverage suppliers, restaurant operators, and other industry leaders are doing to address the labor and talent management issues affecting the food and restaurant supply chains today.

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Looking to the Military Model to Improve Commercial Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

Military operations have always had an urgency to their supply-line management, something that has not always been present in commerce

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Three Strategies for Re-engaging Your Frontline Workforce

Supply Chain Brain

If the last few years have taught us anything, it’s that we need to be adaptable, flexible and ready for change. Each of these traits is vital to the success of any business — especially for those focusing on employee engagement

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Watch: Are We Finally Returning to the Office?

Supply Chain Brain

James Bailey, professor and Stacy and Jonathan Hochberg Fellow of Leadership Development at the George Washington School of Business, discusses whether employees who have been working remotely since the pandemic are returning to the office, and how employers need to adjust to the shift

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Guarding Against Climate-Change Disruptions With Digitization

Supply Chain Brain

Over the course of the past two years, most challenges to the global economy have been blamed on the COVID-19 pandemic. And while it’s been the root of many problems that continue to affect the world at large, the less-considered culprit is climate change

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French Shipping Giant Delivers Gloomy Outlook After Hefty Profit

Supply Chain Brain

The warning from the world’s third-largest container line is bleaker than in September, when the closely held company signaled the start of a slowdown

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The Great Supply Chain Gear-Up: Sustainability and Agility for 2023

Speaker: Peter Kraemer, Chief Supply Officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev

Join Peter Kraemer, Chief Supply Officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev, for an insightful overview of general supply chain best practices, how to build a more sustainable supply chain, and navigating post-pandemic supply challenges.

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Watch: Using Sensors to Achieve In-Transit Visibility of Railcar Shipments

Supply Chain Brain

Roambee Corp. was a finalist in the 2022 Supply Chain Innovator of the Year Award competition sponsored by SupplyChainBrain and CSCMP

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Rolls-Royce Tests a Jet Engine Running on Hydrogen

Supply Chain Brain

The plan is for hydrogen power to play a major role in allowing the aviation industry to continue growing, while cutting climate change emissions dramatically

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Berlin Runway Invasion Shows Hubs Vulnerable to Climate Protests

Supply Chain Brain

The Berlin incursion by Letzte Generation, or Last Generation, closed both runways, leading five services to be canceled and delaying departures and arrivals, while 15 inbound flights already en route had to be diverted

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