Business is known as an activity which is conducted to earn profit. However, what is more important to anyone of us is when we are choosing the right business partner. In Freight Forwarders and shipping companies, there is a time when you actually need someone who can provide unconditional support to run your logistics. Choosing the right business partner can be very difficult, but at the same time if you know the ins and outs of a potential partner, then it can be easy. It is important that you consider many factors before making an important decision. Let us take a look at some of those factors when you are about to make this important decision:
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Si eres conductor de camiones, entonces debes saber lo difícil que es mantener el camión organizado. Los conductores se enfocan en conducir y llegar a la hora de entrega específica, por lo que no le prestan atención a la limpieza y organización de su camión.
Hoy, te traemos un listado de tips que puedes seguir:
- Mantén tu caja de herramientas organizada
Una de las cosas que genera más estrés es buscar herramientas y no encontrarlas, por eso te recomendamos que compres una caja dónde puedas almacenar todas tus herramientas y tenerlas organizadas.
En amazon.com puedes encontrar varias opciones.
- Organiza tus documentos
If you do trucking, then you must be going through cleaning and organizing issues with it. This happens to most of the truckers as they are usually focused on driving and reaching places on time and forget to pay attention to the cleanliness and organization of their truck. So if you want to keep your truck organized and clean then follow the tips below:
Even though the purpose of the Sun is to provide heat and light to the planets revolving around it, it seems as though our ball of fire is a bit over-efficient and over-enthusiastic in doing its job. When summers hit parts of the world, stepping out in the sun feels like jumping in a hot stove. While we may take a number of precautions to beat the heat, our beloved cars remain entirely dependent on us for protection. What we do can be life-defining for them, therefore it is important that one takes the right steps to safeguard his/her car. Following are a few tips to make sure your vehicle stays safe and happy:
Journal of Commerce (@JOC_updates) is one of the top Industry media outlets of US. A new article about Quickload by Chris Barnett is live now.
Take a Quick Look:
“Faced with shrinking motor carrier capacity for its 450 international importer and exporter customers, one of Miami’s largest third-party logistics companies has launched its own app-based digital drayage brokerage, but with an innovative twist: the shipper, not a computerized algorithm, can ultimately name the price to haul the load.
Are you an individual or company looking for ways to cut down on large expenses? Here we will break down some tips to help save money and reduce trucking expenses. See how these can help you or your company save money in the long run:
Tip One: Invest in Technology
Trying to save on trucking costs is no easy feat, and there is a way to let technology help you figure this out so you’re not alone. Platforms such as QuickLoad can help shippers, as well as carriers, be more efficient in their day-to-day business.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women represent almost 47% of all the workforce in the United States. This ratio, unfortunately, doesn’t translate to many individual industries. In trucking, for example, women remain significantly underrepresented. Reports from the American Trucking Association published a couple of years ago found that women composed merely 11.4% of the trucking workforce.
The logistics industry almost has its own language. A typical conversation between two logistics pros is filled with jargon that is very hard for industry outsiders to understand. This article series will explore some of these words as a fun way of getting to know the ins and outs of logistics.
Today’s word is backhaul.
Imagine this scenario. You’re hauling a shipment from Miami to Atlanta. You deliver you load on time, the cargo is unloaded quickly, you’re all set to go back home. Good news, right? Not so fast. If you’re heading back home with an empty container, that return trip home won’t be so happy. If you’re lucky to find a backhaul, however, then it’s definitely good news.
We all love puppies. Very few animals are more adorable. In trucking, there’s a different kind of pup. They’re also small in size (relatively) and some even might find them adorable too. Pups refer to containers that are just 26–29 feet long, instead of the standard 53 feet. Even though they’re half the size of a standard container, they can be hauled by any tractor trailer.
In logistics, pups are a great asset in terms of efficiency and flexibility. They are used frequently to deliver in urban areas with congested traffic and narrow roads, or anywhere where hauling a full-size container is difficult. They also give more efficiency to shippers with smaller shipments that don’t require a full container. They are also helpful for oversize loads, as they can be attached to another container for more cargo space.
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