In 2016, the U.S. auto industry sold a record 17.6 million vehicles – down slightly to 17.25 million in 2017 – with incentives such as rebates and low-financing packages driving much of those sales. Those packages can cost up to … Read more
February 2018 marked the second anniversary of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) that has reshaped international trade for importers and exporters.
In addition to increased scrutiny of supply chains and border compliance, the remainder of the year … Read more
With Baby Boomers retiring at the rate of 10,000 per day and ongoing uncertainty surrounding healthcare regulations, logistics in the medical industry has never been more important.
The spectrum of items falling under healthcare logistics is broad, including prescription drugs, … Read more
For consumers, the purchasing experience continues to merge the digital and physical, and retailers are adapting to keep up. Now, the supply chain extends beyond the store shelf, connecting to consumers’ mobile devices and computers. Buyers expect products to be … Read more
No one ever said consumer behavior was logical. Research shows consumers want fast shipping, but they also want it for free or at minimal cost. That can make your last mile ─ which is usually longer than a mile ─ … Read more