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Inventory Management: Understanding Push and Pull Processes

In our warehousing post, we noted that the main (and obvious) function of having a warehouse is storing inventory to buffer against unexpected orders and increase efficiency by consolidating orders....

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Warehouse Management - The Basics

Warehouse management is an essential part of the supply chain, because a warehouse is home to the lion’s share of the company’s working capital and materials. Despite the importance of the warehouse,...

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Reduce Freight Price With These 4 Capacity Tips

Capacity rules the shipping game, really. The cost of finding room for your cargo on the optimal channel could be high, depending on factors such as the time of year and popularity of the route....

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Blockchain Technology And How Logistics Can Benefit From It

Blockchain is rising in popularity, so you’ve probably heard or read the word. But not everyone knows what it means. This technology might revolutionize many industries so it is time to get familiar...

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Why Spot Rates Can Be Better Than Contracts

Many people believe that the best way to get the lowest shipping rates is to sign a contract with a freight forwarder. For many services that we use daily, like our mobile phone services and magazine...

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Supply Chain Segmentation

In today's complex and competitive world, firms have a wide variety of customers, suppliers, and products. The “one size fits all” approach is inefficient and not flexible, so companies operate using...

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Choosing Air Freight Companies: 8 Considerations

Air freight companies — you don’t know much about them, other than you need to hire one. You’ve got a new customer in China or you’re trying to start up a European market, and it’s time to get...

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Improve Air Freight Tracking by Understanding Delays

Even with high prices and tight security, there’s a simple reason business shippers love air freight — it’s fast. There’s no traffic up in the air, right? Of course, air shipping and air freight...

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Intermodal Shipping Containers: History, Types, and Unconventional Use

Throughout history, several achievements have dramatically improved supply chain: Finding the sea route to India in the 15th century, invention of steam ships in the 19th century, or establishing...

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