By

Sarah Strobel
It’s no secret that consumers demand faster shipping times, convenient shopping options, and better customer service. One thing many organizations are just now beginning to realize is their customers’ demand for environmental sustainability. In fact, 32% of US consumers look first to companies that work to reduce their impact on the environment. Now, as a...
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For years, concerns have grown that artificial intelligence and robots would take away jobs. Of course, Hollywood and the media don’t make brushing those fears aside easy. With articles like Robots Taking Our Jobs Is Actually Good for Business and Yes, AI Will Take Your Job, it’s no surprise that the workforce turns a suspicious...
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Transportation for products has been a crucial industry for hundreds of years, as far back as the early 1800s, when goods were typically moved from place to place first by rafts and then by horse and cart. Steamboats and railroads helped to speed up the process, and then the introduction of trucks once automobiles became...
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The world has changed a lot in the last year or so. In spite of social distancing requirements, we’ve all somehow managed to become even closer. Of course, during the first days of the COVID-19 pandemic, this wasn’t the case. Businesses, families, lifestyles—all were disrupted, with no real indication of when things might go back...
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The recent pandemic made working from home the new normal—so normal now, in fact, that many companies have considered making remote work a permanent perk. Technology quickly caught up with the demand, whether through improvements on what was already available or creating new products and services to solve unique problems. As a result, many Americans...
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While the logistics economy has roared back from the lows caused by the pandemic, not all is yet okay in the freight and shipping industry. It seems that labor shortages—affecting businesses across the country—have a specific impact on logistics, particularly the supply chain. Without a healthy supply chain, it’s not just logistics suppliers that suffer....
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