Truckload costs—and the corresponding market prices—are still at or near the lowest threshold that the market can support. Truckload Breakeven Price Per Mile is now above $2.50 for the first time.
A deep dive into Oracle’s client-driven enhancements in its latest release. Key areas of focus include investments in AI & ML, digital broker integration for carrier cost optimization, UX & Workbench enhancements, dock scheduling, and global trade management.
We recently attended the FreightWaves Future of Supply Chain conference, a premier industry event offering a front-row view of the road ahead. This conference is where the industry’s thought leaders converge, charting the course for tomorrow’s supply chain advancements. Here’s our key takeaways.
With a shifting market across both the demand and supply sides, there are fundamental questions that many managers and leaders are asking: Are these prices going to stabilize? Are we in for further volatility? What do I need to know about shifting market rates and actual operating costs? And how does all of this affect my business strategy? Find the answers in the latest 2023 update.
Over the past 20 years there’s been a great deal of change in logistics technology given the billions of dollars invested. However, surprisingly, many of the same problems that we were looking to address then continue to some extent today. New areas of opportunities have arisen, including integrated fleet management, real-time visibility and event management, parcel management and TMS interoperability with adjacent processes including warehouse and yard management. These areas hold the potential to unlock even more value as freight logistics continues to evolve.
It’s no surprise that over the last 20 years, the “Duopoly” of FedEx and UPS tops the list of carriers consistently over the span of time. This post shares some fun factoids and trends.
Earlier this month our team attended the Manifest 2023 Logistics Conference in Vegas. Over the course of the 3-day event, we had many conversations with colleagues and attended workshops. Here’s a break down of our key insights and themes from the conference.
From a shipper perspective, the softening of the US freight markets comes as a welcome relief. Contract rates, which have remained stubbornly high, have slowly begun to fall. There is still a significant delta between contract and spot rates, however market forces will put downward pressure on contract rates to close this gap over the next few months.
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Trimble announced last week that it would be shutting down Kuebix as of 2025 as they ‘pivot’ to an alternative product. But this article is not about Kuebix, nor is it about Trimble. This article is about the customers that software vendors like Trimble (and Blue Yonder, and SAP, and e2open, etc.) are “pivoting on.”