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Fleet Appoints VP of Supply Chain Operations

    July 10th, 2018 6:00 AM Pacific Time Portland, Oregon. Fleet Logistics, Inc. today announced the appointment of Michael Halama as its Vice President of Supply Chain Operations. Michael will have...

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Tips for Dealing With Trucking and Infrastructure Problems at Ports

As global markets expand and the hunger for goods grows, port developers and operators are scrambling to keep up. New ports in Asia require extensive build-out to rise to maximum efficiency levels,...

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Customs Clearance

Customs Clearance Problems That Could Delay Your Shipment

  Without a doubt, customs clearance can be one of the biggest hurdles in successful international ocean freight and air freight shipping. But it doesn’t have to be. Getting your shipment through...

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Ocean Freight

How Problems at Ports Could Hold Up Your Ocean Freight

On Monday, March 19, 2018, two Hapag Lloyd ships collided while berthing at the port terminal in Karachi, Pakistan. The stunning video of massive containers tumbling into the sea is a reminder of how...

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FAQ - Fleet Discontinuing the Marketplace

If you are an importer or exporter on the Marketplace:   I currently have shipments booked on the marketplace that are in transit. What happens with them now? You will maintain full access to...

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4 Qualities of a Top-Notch Logistics Manager

Logistics managers have a lot on their plates, to say the least. They’re responsible for monitoring international supply chains, managing multiple technologies and balancing the interests of...

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Warehouse Management: The Dos and the Don'ts

Your warehouse is at the heart of your entire business operation. All the best sales and marketing in the world can fall flat if your warehouse is an inefficient mess. Poor warehouse logistics leads...

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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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For Shippers

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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