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.
The best logistics providers offer a complete array of services, helping shippers to create, maintain, and continuously improve their processes.
When companies overpay for freight, they hurt their profit margins. But without total visibility into their shipping costs, spotting overspend is difficult.
Both before and after the tariff hikes went into effect, shipping patterns between the U.S. and China saw major changes. Here’s what shippers should know.
Small frustrations can quickly add up—preventing supply chain managers from optimizing operations and boosting the bottom line. Here’s how to relieve them.
Without using a transportation management system (TMS), shippers can struggle to access and compare rates from multiple carriers for every shipment.
Supply chain technology can only drive a competitive edge if staff know how to utilize it. Here’s how to get the most out of these tools.
CTSI-Global’s Josh Miller spoke at the 2019 American Supply Chain Summit on the benefits of creating a flexible, integrated logistics ecosystem.
Achieving both agility and cost-effectiveness across the supply chain requires a delicate balance. Technology and data provide the key.
The supply chain is integral to a shipper’s bottom line. But how can companies create alignment when the C-suite doesn’t see it that way?
Outsourced logistics management services can help companies optimize their processes, fill capabilities gaps, and expand successfully into new markets.
Proper supply chain succession planning helps companies maintain industry knowledge and ensure smooth sailing, even in the face of unexpected departures.
Implementing a zero paper policy can help shippers reduce invoice exceptions. But this can be more challenging with smaller, non-EDI compliant carriers.
Data is an integral, often underused piece of the supply chain management puzzle. But to optimize their organization, managers need better, not more, data.
TMS solutions provide visibility and efficiency gains that growing companies need to effectively scale. These signs can indicate it’s time to adopt one.
Harnessing a best-in-class TMS solution to streamline their processes, shippers can become a top-choice vendor and retain their most profitable customers.
Becoming a Shipper of Choice can help companies gain a competitive edge in a tight transportation market. Here’s how they gain and maintain this status.
Shifts in the market are a little like the tides. They both change gradually over time, and sometimes, a sudden wave will bowl unsuspecting people over. But by keeping an eye on them, it’s easier to predict what the change will look like and when it will come—making it easier to prepare. That’s why benchmarking […]