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CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly: 2022 at a glance
Although every year has its fair share of challenges, it feels as though the supply chain has not been able to catch a break since
CNBC: Union Pacific CEO called to hearing in Washington as risk of rail strike rises
The Surface and Transportation Board is calling Union Pacific management including CEO Lance Fritz to appear at hearings December 13-14 about the freight railroad’s use
Inbound Logistics: Is supply chain globalization in retreat? Why or why not?
NO. As supply chains adapt to market conditions, whether punitive trade barriers, geopolitical conflicts, weather events, or logistics shocks, trade flows will shift, but globalization always wins because economics always
CNBC: New York extends its lead over California as home to nation’s new No. 1 port
The East Coast continues to dominate in the movement of trade, with the Port of New York and New Jersey taking the top spot as
Supply Chain Dive: UPS and FedEx rate increases are coming. Here’s how shippers can prepare.
Experts note that shipping rates are negotiable, but how amenable the delivery giants will be to concessions is up for debate. Even as they grapple
CNBC: Renewed threat of rail strikes has supply chain managers ramping up contingency plans
Logistics managers are dusting off their plans for a possible railroad strike in November that could wreak havoc on the supply chain and cost the
Peak Season Surcharges: What Do They Mean for You?
When shippers look at their next freight bill, costs may be higher than normal – or the relative normal of late, characterized by already high
Parcel Surcharges Are on The Way
The recent Peak Surcharges from both FedEx and UPS have been a hot topic lately and for good reason. Peak season for 2022 not only