News and Articles About Logistics
Its new status as a freight forwarder, or "non-vessel operating common carrier," gives Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, a foothold in the $350 billion a year ocean freight business.
Selling a Business
Instead of handing over keys to a building, you're transferring account passwords, intellectual property and domain names.
The owners of a small California trucking company are big players in their industry and service to their community.
The ride-hailing tech company that has been growing at astronomical rates around the world is promising 10-minute food delivery in New York City and Chicago.
Small Business - Big Impact
Face it: You can only box orders on your kitchen table for so long. These solutions can help you streamline your shipping needs.
Wacky Business Ideas
Traffic lights for toilet stalls cuts down on bathroom wait times at concerts, stadiums and other venues.
From what's selling to what's hidden in storage, these apps help put inventory control in the palm of your hand.
This should be the time for the Postal Service to shine, but regulations and Congress won't let it seize competitive ground.
UPS and FedEx messed up Christmas deliveries. But lost in the complaints are important changes in American buying that all businesses need to recognize.
If your shipment was late, you might be owed a refund. Our three experts explain what to keep in mind.
A U.K.-based online food subscription service, which has already exceeded $65 million in annual revenue, launches in the U.S. today.
When it comes to ecommerce deliveries, do customers value cost or speed? The answer might surprise you.
Control What You Can
This year, more than ever, consumers will shop for the holidays from their smartphones.
This infographic breaks down the same-day delivery process to help you better understand your logistics needs.
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