Welcome to the end of year issue of JBF Freight Transportation Industry Bulletin, a monthly newsletter curated by the JBF Consulting team, with a focus on supply chain, transportation, logistics and of course freight.
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In This Issue
Attaining ROI From Your TMS Implementation
ROI is a key element of the business case for TMS, or any technology projects. And admittedly ROI can be measured in many ways, objective and subjective, but generally does the dollar investment payback within a defined timeframe? Read the full write up here…
What Does it Mean to Be a “Shipper of Choice”?
Listen to this episode of the Extra Mile Podcast, with Robert Bain and Adam Perlmutter. They chat with Brad Forester about how 3PL and shipper worlds are colliding. And what it means to be a shipper of choice...
Plus Brad shares his age defying secret tips about his unique skin care routine... Listen to the podcast here.
Say 'Goodbye' to $2 a mile!
A few fundamental questions: Will the prices ever come back down? If they do, by how much? And whether they keep going up or come down, what can we do about it? Read the full update here…
MEME of the Month
Customer Success Story
TMS Implementation for Global Food Supply Chain Integrator
With such a complex set of requirements, and approximately 20% fit to requirements - JBF was able to design and deliver a solution completely inside the TMS for the client.
Not only was the project a success built upon the creativity and working knowledge of the TMS, but the solution has been stable and continually used by the client now for over 10 years. Read the full write up here…
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