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How to Reduce Supply Chain Risks

How to Reduce Supply Chain Risks

Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) estimated that up to 40% of the food produced in the US is wasted, which results in a $218 billion annual loss. The experts consider that to a great extent it’s due to the problems within the supply chain. The specialists often lack adequate data for effective decision-making. Thus, approximately one-third of fresh food is spoiled prematurely, and it results in the increased costs for the farmers, shippers, retailers and, of course, consumers.

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Logistics Software — The Major Key to Solve Your Supply Chain Issues

Logistics Software  - The Major Key to Solve Your Supply Chain Issues

Modern logistics and supply chain processes are being continuously reshaped nowadays. Transformations taking place start from the very core and result in more refined and fast logistics procedures and the way they are managed.

The complexity of processes and constantly growing demand for logistics services determine the major factors influencing the approach to the supply chain issues. They are efficiency and speed, which are able to provide tremendous competitive and business advantages to the enterprises if properly organized. And it actually does not matter if it’s a manufacturing corporation, a logistics company or some kind of a startup related the supply chain issues.

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Transport Logistics Automation: What is TMS?

Transportation Management System

Revenue from the long-distance freight trucking is expected to grow about $108B by 2020 only in the U.S. Logistic software automation is huge, however, the transport logistics automation is extremely low. The project for logistics sector can become a blue ocean for your startup. And if you are a transportation company’s owner — customized automation solution will help beat the competition and increase your profits. TMS is probably the most demanded solution for transport logistics automation. What is TMS and what opportunities does it open up for the transport industry?

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