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Jun,2021

According to American Truck Association, by 2025, the logistic industry might witness a shortage of as many as 174,500 drivers due to the present workforce which is on its way to getting retired and the difficulty of attracting young drivers to this industry. Therefore, many have debated autonomous vehicles promises a significant role in the […]

04

May,2021

With the Covid-19 hitting the world so drastically, it has become important for the supply chain to become resilient and be prepared for what the future holds. With the economy worldwide going through a rollercoaster, the impact of the Covid-19 can be seen for a long time. Confronted by such a pandemic, the companies all […]

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Apr,2021

A move to greater sustainability involves a move to greater efficiency, as the two go hand in hand. Sustainability has now become a vital part of every organization’s model, making it more than just an icing on the cake. It has become a great corporate social responsibility to introduce sustainability in their supply chain management. […]

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Apr,2021

With its capability to organize, manage and reduce the cost of human labour, the artificial intelligence has been a big game-changer for the supply chain industry. The AI technology has recently become omnipotent and is still managing to grow every day transforming the logistic business. In this digitally advanced era, everything that we rely on […]

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Apr,2021

The term supply chain visibility is synonym to the transparency in the supply chain management. With the help of supply chain visibility, the organisation faces fewer complexities, elevated customer satisfaction and better predictability of the on-time shipment. The process of making the supply chain transparent makes it possible for the logistic industry to detect minor […]

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Dec,2019

Two-thousand Canadians get killed every year and 10,000 are seriously injured in collisions involving a heavy truck. The fatal crash rate for large trucks is nearly double than that for all other vehicles, even on a per-distance-travelled basis. Who Is To Blame? Dummy Although there are legal limits to ensure hours of service (HOS) regulations […]

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Jun,2019

Canada’s biggest natural wealth – Oil Canada is among the developed countries that are “net exporters” of crude oil and gas and its oil rent comprises 4% of the GDP. Oil rent is the market value of the oil after deduction of its production cost. The largest reserves of this natural resource lie in Alberta, […]

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Apr,2019

Importance of logistics and transportation Freight haulage on trucks is central to the economy of Canada and spurt in online buying is having far-reaching impact on the operations of trucking companies. According to American Transportation Research Institute, rise of e-commerce is shortening the average length of the long haul, while increasing the average length of […]

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Mar,2019

Customer-centricity, the essence of business Legions of corporate leaders and marketing gurus have articulated their views on the importance of the customer. Sam Walton , the founder of Walmart, went to extent of calling the customer ‘the boss who can fire anyone in this company including the chairman by spending money elsewhere.” Peter Drucker, the […]

05

Mar,2019

The evolution of freight down the ages Trucking keeps the civilization on the move. Trucks are the mechanized beasts of burden moving loads, making essentials reach their destination in time and keeping trade and commerce flow seamlessly. We wonder what necessity drove to invention of the wheel, the quintessential contrivance, on which the freight and […]