The Future of Motor Freight 2021
In this article by Logistics Management, the future for freight management is examined and laid out. There have been many unexpected and long-lasting changes in the past two years. As a result, 2030 will look very different than once thought. New plans and measures are being put into place to prevent breakdowns in the future. Check out the article to get the full picture.
FMCSA extends COVID-19 emergency declaration's hours waiver
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is extending the emergency declaration that they put into place. This declaration waives maximum driving time for carriers providing emergency relief related to the pandemic. You can view the update from the FMCSA by clicking here or click the link below to view the article.
In Search of a Healthier Supply Chain
In this article by 3PLMagazine, they take a look at the rising visibility of the supply chain. The supply chain has been pushed to the forefront of people’s minds in the past year or so. As a result, there is more focus on bringing it to the best that it can be. To ensure that balance is restores and the supply chain remains strong.
Broken Supply Chains Threaten Ruin at a Growing Number of Small Firms
As shipping costs and operations continue to fluctuate, small businesses are having a hard time keeping up. In some cases prices have increased 500% which has pushed many companies to looking into private bailouts. There is still hope that the worst is passed us and things will return to normal or at least change for the better.