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Freight broker agent: meaning

When it comes to carry freight, there are so many things that could go wrong: delays, damage, miscommunication…A freight broker is the one that facilitates the communication between carriers and shippers, in order for the freight or cargo to arrive safely and on time to its destination. What is a freight broker responsable for? A freight broker is the one who provides and arranges the transport of goods by matching available transportation agencies and vehicles

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TMS transporting management system

3 ways a TMS can improve the Supply Chain

Having a reliable software solution nowadays for your transportation management is a must; it is a necessity. Even if many users underestimate the importance of a TMS for their business. A Transportation Management System is an irreplaceable tool that, under the pressure of the pandemic crisis, has been able to reduce the transportation spending in the long run for many companies.   In the industrial supply chain, automation is vital for success. This is because

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Relationship between logistics and supply chain management

A supply chain covers the production and distribution of goods and services to all types of customers. And, when well executed, both logistics and supply chain management can give companies a competitive advantage and bring value to their customers. Supply chain logistics is the one that coordinates the storage and shipping of goods (and services) across the supply chain. The practice begins with raw materials, then goes to manufacturing and ends with its distribution to

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Trucks and trailers

Trucks and trailers: logistics

There are different types of trucks and trailers that are used to transport goods from one place to another. There are a few of industries that work with these and logistics is one of the largest industries in the world that transport materials. Trucks and trailers can capacitate different quantities of goods. Even though the needs of logistics departments are specific, it changes according to the type or the quantity of good that is transported. Read

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Difference between b2b and b2c: e-Commerce

Business-to-Business (B2B) e-Commerce is the business that sells to another business services and/or products in order to sell it to end-users. Whilst Business-to-Consumer (B2C) e-Commerce is the kind of business that sells directly to the end-user without any intermediary involved. Though they both fall under the eCommerce model, the customer experience they offer are different. And so it is the potential customers that land on the website. 5 Differences between B2B and B2C So, the

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