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effective last mile logistics

Understanding last mile logistics is only half the battle. Shippers need to reevaluate their existing last mile logistics processes and devise an effective last mile logistics strategy that aligns consumer and business expectation. This is the only way shippers can safeguard their position in the market and continue to provide products to their consumer basis.

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blockchain

The easiest method of keeping the online market free from conmen and corruption is to impose stringent regulations on it. But since that is a pipe dream and every regulation comes with a loophole, the more feasible way to proceed in is using an incorruptible record keeping service that can be used as proof of payment. One such way that has come to the fore is the Blockchain method.

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Let’s face it, developing an international marketing plan is tedious. Endless meetings, brainstorming and all that talk about ‘strategy.’ That’s not to say it’s not necessary! But, much like redecorating a house, everyone hates the prep they want to get to the fun stuff. Here are some inspirational ideas for an international B2B lead generation to start you off.

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The notion of the “Robot Apocalypse” has become an archetype in modern economics and retail. Across the country, retail employees fear how robots will impact job security and their futures, but the use of warehouse automation and robotics means great things for the future of warehouse workers in retail, as explained by Greg Ip of The Wall Street Journal.

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Digitized Trucking

Editor’s Note: Today’s blog is from our friend, Rachel Everly, a freelance writer in business and finance who shows us how digitized trucking will change the game for logistics companies.
Welcome to the Grand Era of Digitized Trucking!
Imagine that you own a truck and you receive an order from a soft drink manufacturer in Missouri to transport around 5000 kilograms of freight.

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Last Mile Logistics

Last mile logistics is among the most misunderstood parts of transportation networks. On the surface, last mile may not seem very important, but it can make up 28 percent of a shipments total cost. In addition, growth in e-commerce is radicalizing how shippers view last mile logistics.