Mitigating Parcel Challenges in a Post-Coronavirus World

After months of staying at home to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the nation is starting to re-open once more.… Read More »

Parcel Volume Caps Emerge Amid Retail Slump

While a historic drop in April’s sales numbers revealed pain experienced across the retail sector, record parcel volumes indicate that “essential”… Read More »

E-Commerce Delivery Burden Emerges for UPS, Amazon

The financial impact of COVID-19 in the parcel networks is becoming increasingly clear. Read More »

Serve Customers With a Personalized Supply Chain

Consumers have steadily been shifting to a more customized shopping experience in recent years. This shift went into overdrive as effects of the… Read More »

COVID-19 FAQ: 6 Transportation Questions

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to emerge in myriad of ways, none more pronounced than in the evolving buying behavior of consumers.… Read More »

Control Fulfillment Fate Without Amazon

COVID-19’s global impact quickly became a significant disruption to North American supply chains. For many small package shippers the emergence of a… Read More »

Postal Service Forecast Bleak

The COVID-19 crippling of some transportation networks is driving the already struggling U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to a perilous brink. An… Read More »

Parcel Service Environment Evolving to Meet Demand

As COVID-19 shelter-in-place and quarantine guidelines drive a spike in residential deliveries, parcel carriers’ commercial volume is plummeting.… Read More »

COVID-19: Multimodal Changes Complicate Planning

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create widespread volatility across almost every aspect of the global economy. As the virus affects business… Read More »

Is Your Logistics Network Built by Ants or Grasshoppers?

Most people know the Aesop’s fable about the ants and the grasshopper. The ants quietly work through the summer to sustain themselves for the winter,… Read More »

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