If your company has never worked with a freight broker before, you may be unsure what services and benefits they offer. Here’s what you need to know.
E-commerce, Amazon, and demand for faster delivery times are causing massive shifts in small parcel shipping. Here’s how shippers can remain competitive.
Paperwork, Processes, and Pitfalls: How Logistics Documentation in Latin America Can Land Shippers in Hot Water
Stringent documentation requirements in Latin America can leave shippers scrambling. Here are a few procedures shippers must follow in the region.
Latin America is a global leader in electronic invoicing, but requirements vary dramatically from country to country—presenting a challenge for shippers.
The Economy and the Supply Chain: What Logistics Firms Should Do to Fuel Shipper Success During Boom Times
When the economy is thriving, logistics providers can help clients make the most of this lucrative period and bolster the supply chain against downturns.
Clearing customs in Latin America is a major issue for many shippers. Here’s what companies need to know to remain compliant and avoid delays.
During periods of economic uncertainty, it’s the responsibility of logistics providers to help their clients cut costs and weather the storm.
The Language of Logistics: How Shippers Can Successfully Navigate Linguistic and Cultural Barriers in EMEA
Language barriers and cultural differences can make it difficult for shippers to break into the EMEA region. The enemy? A one-size-fits-all approach.
The Ideal Onboarding Process: What Logistics Providers Should Do to Set Shippers Up for Success During Implementation
Logistics providers should do more to ensure a successful implementation for their clients. Here are some characteristics of a strong onboarding process.
Logistics shouldn't be an off the shelf product. It must ensure local & regional taxes & regulatory requirements are incorporated into the process.
Brexit’s impact on the supply chain is still uncertain. Taking these steps can help shippers prepare for what’s ahead and preserve client relationships.
Flexibility is an essential component of successful supply chains—so why don’t more logistics providers build flexibility into their approach?
Raising the Bar on Customer Experience: What Every Shipper Should Demand from Its Logistics Provider
Shippers deserve an exceptional customer experience. To provide it, their providers must provide better service, seamless integration, and more.
VAT management is complicated in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Shippers can navigate it smoothly by leaning on a partner with experience in EMEA.
Tracking, analyzing, and acting on their logistics data allows companies to continuously improve their operations and make smarter decisions.
By focusing on metrics that are tied to the business’s goals and the bottom line, shippers can spot opportunities to optimize their processes and cut costs.
EMEA is a complex region that presents countless challenges to shippers—from the uncertainty surrounding Brexit to the confusion around VAT management.
Shipping in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region can be incredibly complex. Having an experienced logistics partner can help shippers avoid these major hurdles.
To help shippers navigate the complexity of global logistics, providers must own and operate their regional facilities—and provide deep local expertise.
While the complexity of auditing freight bills in the APAC region can put shippers off, freight audit and payment services can unlock a goldmine of savings.
Automating inbound file processes allows companies to unlock insights from their data—and save time and money. But first, their systems need to communicate.
Shipping in the APAC region can be complicated. But by partnering with a logistics provider with strong APAC penetration, companies can ensure compliance.
Forward-thinking logistics providers don’t just keep pace with advancements in logistics technology—they actively drive improvement and change.