Before the pandemic, e-commerce sales were steadily increasing, but when the world shut down in March 2020, that steady incline took a sharp turn upward.
If transportation were a commodity, shippers would shop for carriers online by viewing their ratings, reviews, and procuring freight contracts with a simple price-per-volume calculator.
Every year, shippers send out requests for proposals (RFPs) to find new carriers and re-engage incumbents who can deliver quality service at a reasonable price.
How is your transportation network performing relative to inflation? The answer depends on what data source you use. Transportation prices have increased every year by
Classification systems make it possible to group and organize data, like freight rates, to compare with other data. In the transportation industry, freight transactions are
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The ongoing pandemic, rising fuel costs, inflation and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are wreaking havoc on the economy, roiling freight markets and global supply chains.
Shippers have been evaluating private, dedicated and for-hire fleet strategies more frequently during the last two years of freight market volatility. Freight demand has far
Of all the variables in transportation, which ones do shippers evaluate most often? The answer is the mode, but not just in terms of a