American Shipper magazine was first published under that name in May 1974 and is designed to serve the information needs of shippers, carriers and third parties involved in international transportation and for executives managing international logistics and supply chains.
Voluntary redundancy is the term used when an organization has more jobs than it needs — or can afford. It’s a nice way of letting people go compared to forced layoffs. IATA has offered deals for employees to leave early, and cargo chief Glyn Hughes has accepted.
1971: Londoners are able to buy American melons for the first time after test shipments to the U.K. proved successful.
On today’s episode, Dooner and The Dude are talking about Sarcos warehouse robot exo suits, a bankruptcy that has left truckers holding the bag and women heroes of the road. We also go inside cargo insurance and find out how to get retweeted by The Rock.
FreightWaves founder and CEO Craig Fuller discusses the Salesforce CRM platform and the importance of cloud-based applications with Larry Shurtz, EVP of North America Enterprise at Salesforce.
A Colorado truck driver accused of stabbing a Black man in an unprovoked attack at a Pilot Travel Center in Oregon was charged with a hate crime Thursday.
Anthony and Zach have Dr. Matt Waller, dean of Sam M. Walton College of Business, professor of supply chain management at Arkansas, on to discuss the importance of leadership in transportation, as well as how supply chains are evolving as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Presented by Amazon Freight. Amazon Freight Apple Podcast Spotify …
Slower-going legacy companies try to figure out what exactly the path to the green transportation future is going to look like.