Shipping/DeliveryOct 01, 2005 9:30 PM By Rama Ramaswami
We aren’t quite sure when the shipping and delivery departments left their modest lodgings in the recesses of the warehouse and entered the boardroom.
Shipping/DeliveryOct 01, 2005 9:30 PM By Peter M. Stiles
As competition for carrier resources becomes more intense, shippers that develop effective programs in collaboration with carriers are most likely to
Shipping/DeliveryJul 01, 2005 9:30 PM By Rama Ramaswami
We live in what may be dubbed, to use a clich, the Information Age. No matter what you’re looking for, whether it’s advice on your love life or products
Shipping/DeliveryJun 02, 2005 12:31 AM By Rama Ramaswami
Parcel shippers often quip that a postal rate increase every year is as inevitable as death and taxes. But unlike death, which has no gradations, a rate hike can range from minor to exorbitant. As rate increases go, the U.S. Postal Service’s flat 5.4% increase, proposed in the 2006 rate case the USPS filed on April 8, appears to be moderate enough for most shippers to handle.
Shipping/DeliveryJun 01, 2005 9:30 PM By Mark Del Franco
To protect against identity theft and security breaches, Visa and MasterCard have joined forces to enact stringent credit-card security requirements The
Shipping/DeliveryMay 19, 2005 4:04 AM By John Fischer
United Parcel Service is buying Richmond, VA-based Overnite Corp for $1.25 billion. The acquisition will enable UPS to expand its ground freight services in North America
Shipping/DeliveryMay 01, 2005 9:30 PM By Sherry Chiger
Now that postal rates are likely to be going up next year (see cover story), it’s more important than ever to negotiate or renegotiatiate your parcel-carrier
Shipping/DeliveryApr 12, 2005 5:21 PM By MCM staff
The direct-to-consumer unit for women
Shipping/DeliveryApr 01, 2005 10:30 PM By Lawrence Dean Shemesh
BY LAWRENCE DEAN SHEMESH Did you ever wonder what makes one company successful and another fail? Two elements (in my opinion) are the root cause of all
Shipping/DeliveryApr 01, 2005 10:30 PM By MCM staff
U.S. companies spend about $43 billion a year or 4.5 % of all logistics costs on handling returned merchandise, reports AMR Research Inc.