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July 2021 Logistics Management Magazine Issue

In this Issue:

  • State of Logistics: Full speed ahead
  • Truckload Roundtable: Advantage carriers
  • Infrastructure in the post-COVID world
  • Find your robotics fit
  • Quarterly Transportation Market Update: Air Cargo



IN THIS ISSUE

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July 12, 2021

In a year of unprecedented disruption, U.S. business logistics costs fell 4% as shippers found new ways of moving freight. Like the supply chains they serve, logistics managers must now fundamentally rethink and redesign their solutions—and how they do will define their future success.


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July 12, 2021

Challenged and in demand, 3PLs face transformation.


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July 12, 2021

Air cargo continues steady climb in volumes, rates.


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July 12, 2021

Container shortage continues to restrict options on the high seas.


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July 12, 2021

Volumes remain strong, but keep a watchful eye on service.


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July 12, 2021

Retail, e-commerce, carrier discipline driving revival


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July 12, 2021

With 92% of companies already using the Cloud, the race is on to get even more supply chain management solutions into this convenient, accessible and affordable delivery model.


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July 12, 2021

To the readers of LM I say: Keep adopting new automation and technology and improving on all of your carrier partnerships to build in more resilience, because it’s going to be full speed ahead for the foreseeable future—and no one knows what that next disruption may bring.


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July 8, 2021

The TL market continues to see a flurry of high demand, elevated rates, and ongoing capacity issues. And while overall market conditions have improved from last year, there’s still a long way to go before things get back to any semblance of normal.


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July 8, 2021

There’s renewed optimism for global trade with the pandemic waning and borders beginning to open. Because of this upbeat projection, companies are continuing to invest in emerging markets—and those regions are getting ready for increasing volumes.


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July 8, 2021

The market has no lack of robotics solutions. To find the right robotics fit for your operation, best practices include having a solid handle on internal data like product dimensions, order profiles and peak requirements.


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July 8, 2021

High demand for cargo space created capacity constraints and consequential high rates over the past year on a majority of lanes. And while it appears the height of the pandemic crisis is in the rear view, shippers most likely won’t see relief from elevated rates until demand and available capacity level out.


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July 8, 2021

Today, visibility has taken on a whole new emphasis. Those who can provide visibility are valued, and those who can turn raw transportation data into actionable intelligence have long and rewarding careers ahead of them.


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July 8, 2021

Global airlines are scrambling to meet the gap between cargo demand and available lift by all means possible.


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