Rick Brumett

Transportation Management in 2020: 5 Trends to Watch

Tariffs, hidden charges, rising fuel surcharges, and increasing accessorial rates can all add up to substantial cost increases for companies that… Read More »

International Trade Market Victim of Global Trends

Political trade dialogue between sovereign nations continues to influence international shipping organizations and specific shipping lanes. The… Read More »

China Tariffs Drive Need for Mindful Trade Compliance

Right now, there are tariffs in place or pending to December on about $500 million in annual U.S. imports from China. The United States-China trade… Read More »

Trade Compliance Process is Critical in Volatile Marketplace

Talk of tariffs and trade wars between the U.S. and its trading partners – especially China – continues to capture headlines across the international… Read More »

Tackle Global Trade Uncertainty With Enterprise Logistics Solutions

With tariffs and the threat of trade wars looming, global commerce has never been more uncertain. Moreover, the pace of change will only accelerate… Read More »

In the World of Global E-Commerce, Rules Rule

E-commerce continues to increase in material importance for U.S. companies as markets expand throughout North America and the globe. As global trade… Read More »

Balance: The Key to Successful International Shipping

International shipping can be a distressing experience in today’s environment. Carrier instability, carrier alliances, peak season capacity issues,… Read More »

A Balanced Approach to Ocean Shipping

Several major steamship lines have opined recently that the market conditions are improving for carriers primarily due to a current positive trend in… Read More »

Risk Lurks at International Borders

While technology and logistics advancements fuel ongoing growth in global trade, efforts to extend business channels beyond U.S. borders are… Read More »

Working Capital: Is your logistics operation contributing or costing?

Logistics may not be the first business activity that comes to mind when calculating a company’s working capital position, but it should be near the… Read More »

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