Supply Chain Optimization

B to B Transportation in Asia (Specifically Vietnam)

B to B delivery in Asia

Delivery to small shops (of which there are plenty) can be motorbike: Or semi: But mostly by small trucks: While longer-distance deliveries may handled by twin-steer straight trucks: However, longer distances are handled by more conventional ...

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LevelLoad Deployment Transportation Scheduler [Video]

LEVELLOAD SOLUTION

In the ever-fluctuating world of supply chains, volatility is a given. Supply-planning systems, designed to react swiftly to customer demands, often fall short when managing inventory deployment. With limited foresight into transportation costs and ...

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[VIDEO] JB Hunt 3rd Quarter Report - a tough year for trucking

JB Hunt has announced its Revenue yesterday for the third quarter. Intermodal which represents about half the business so year over year, excluding fuel, down 14% in terms of Revenue. Dedicated which is about 28% decline in Revenue, Brokerage really ...

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A Remarkable Achievement: Ferrara Candy's Success in Dramatically Reducing Their SKU Count

NextGen conference with Josh lipman and keba Mbaye spoke about Ferrara candy's sku successful rationalization

Congratulations to Ferrara Candy! They have succeeded where many others have failed, they have successfully reduced their SKU count by about a third. Josh Lipman and Keba Mbaye presented at the #NextXGen conference. This is how they did it... Some ...

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California Air Resources Board Mandates— We Suffer

The mandate: Port drayage contractors can't register Diesel trucks after this year By 2035, all drayage + package delay + box trucks need to be zero emissions My guess is impossible to implement with current technology: Today California has 272 ...

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Fix the Egos, Then the Highway Infrastructure. How far will Special Interest Groups (FORB) Take their Agendas?

Bismark Bridge

Infrastructure does need to be fixed. Unfortunately, a lot of things stand in the way. Take this example: BNSF wants to spend its own money to replace a 140-year-old Bismarck Rail Bridge over the Missouri River. A special interest group has tied ...

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Infrastructure In Disrepair— Fixing It Is Totally Broken

Infrastructure does need to be fixed. Unfortunately, a lot of things stand in the way. Take this example: BNSF wants to spend its own money to replace a 140-year-old bridge over the Missouri River. A special interest group has tied this up for five ...

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Harold J. Daggett incentivizes failure supporting anti-optimization with an Open Hand for More Union Bailouts

State of the Supply Chain Optimization Podcast with Thomas A Moore

Harold J. Daggett incentivizes economic failure by supporting anti-optimization endorsements while Yellow Corp. Files Bankruptcy Post Government Bailout Did you know that US Taxpayers own 30% of the stocks for this company? You own stock due to the ...

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[Customer Success Story] TalkingLogistics: How T|WO created a successful Optimized Load Building plan for Riviana Foods Inc.

How T|WO created a successful Optimized Load Building plan for Riviana Foods Inc.

Watch the latest episode of TalkingLogistics to learn about the large financial benefits a massive consumer products goods company like Riviana Foods Inc. can achieve (in the millions) by addressing their capacity challenges. How is artificial ...

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More Humping

While 2 unions are threatening a walkout this week, if there isn’t a stoppage, there will be more humping. Even if there is a stoppage, when they come back to work, there will be more humping. Before your mind goes in the wrong direction, humping is ...

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