Archive for J.B. Hunt

This Week in Logistics News (July 22-26, 2013)

No time to waste this Friday, so let’s go straight to the news… Manhattan Associates Reports Record Second Quarter 2013 Revenue and Earnings Ryder Reports Second Quarter 2013 Results Oracle Brings Extreme Supply Chain Performance to Customers with New In-Memory Application Infor Simplifies Supply Chain Demand Planning New Vehicle Routing Activity Tool and Enhanced iPhone Functionality, Highlight Latest Version of Roadnet Transportation Suite Nulogy and Axios partner to enhance supply-chain traceability ATA Truck Tonnage Index […]

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What is the Future of Truckload Transportation?

There’s been a common thread in my conversations with shippers over the past few years: their desire to take freight off the truckload grid — i.e., minimize the number of one-way truck shipments they make. This desire is driven by a number of factors, including: Capacity concerns: A lot of capacity has left the market since 2008, with many carriers going bankrupt when the recession hit and others downsizing their fleets. This hasn’t been a […]

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