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Nearly all Food Processing Manufacturers face similar logistical challenges. Managing multiple locations, working with limited ability to negotiate freight costs, doing business without advanced technology, and using tedious methods of manually calculating shipping costs can all combine to surrender potential margin. Learn how to compete in the logistics marketplace to enhance financial performance in your P&L.
Today, shippers face a much increased risk of being held liable for damage or injury as a result of negligent hiring and/or vicarious liability. It is critical that supply chain managers take active measures to reduce this risk, however many organizations lack a formal process for evaluating and implementing risk mitigation procedures. Here are four keys to mitigating your company’s risk of liability when shipping freight.
The evolution of the third party logistics (3PL) company dates back to the 1970s and 80s, through deregulation, as manufacturers and retailers began outsourcing logistics services to third party entities. Since then, the industry has seen continual change and expansion of services to cover specific geographic regions, modes of transport, and commodities. Hear from Chad Earwood, President & CEO, as he discusses recent shifts in the industry and what’s ahead for 3PLs and their clients.
The Oil & Gas industry is complex, fast-paced and brings strict demands when managing freight transportation. Every minute counts, and reliability and quality service is crucial to successful transportation management. eShipping has managed customers in the Oil & Gas industry for nearly a decade, and along the way we’ve discovered seven keys to successful transportation management within this complex, demanding industry.
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