A newly proposed bill would allow drivers under 21-years old to move freight from ports, and the U.S. DOT expected to issue a joint proposal regarding automatic emergency braking systems on heavy-duty trucks.
If you’re looking for a solution for low-density or hard-to-predict freight, it’s important to find a shipping provider that meets your needs. Here are six questions to ask to make sure a provider’s right for your business.
An American manufacturer conducted a Supply Chain Assessment to identify areas of opportunity within their supply chain. The assessment identified that there was likely opportunity for cost savings within their transportation strategy. Schneider’s engineering team used a representative sample of the customer’s historical shipment data to conduct a transportation optimization study.
A tire manufacturer was left scrambling when its carrier dropped its business. Schneider Transportation Management stepped in to keep the manufacturer’s inconsistent freight moving and optimize its supply chain.
Over the course of a year, a technology manufacturer would lose between two and four loads. Multiply that by 10 years and it equates to millions in lost revenue and a decrease in customer confidence. Done with sub-par cargo security, the manufacturer knew it needed to find and implement a solution that focused on prevention and detection.
Learn best practices to evaluate your bulk transportation provider that will increase brand safety, cost efficiencies and sustainability of your supply chain. Above all, work with a bulk transportation expert that invests in logistics technology to improve processes, freight reliability and sustainable efforts like Schneider.
When a retailer needed a new storage and shipping solution that guaranteed timely delivery of ordered items, Schneider coordinated a time-sensitive warehouse and fulfillment operation for its customer.