According to a recent report, serious shortages due to global supply chain disruptions and issues caused by COVID-19 are forecast to continue well into 2022.
Given the current landscape facing shippers, it has become increasingly important for shippers to recognize the new normal and a future with
“perpetual peak” surcharges.
We have all heard that knowledge is power. This could not be truer when it comes to managing your transportation expense. In today’s world, the carriers have made it difficult for shippers
FedEx has announced its general rate increase (GRI) for 2019, bumping up its ground, express and home delivery services by an average of 4.9% as of Jan. 7, while also adding some holiday season
President Trump has taken a break from favorite targets like Little Rocket Man to turn his Twitter fire and ire on the U.S. Postal Service, blasting the agency for not charging enough
As of Jan. 27, Priority Mail Express rates from USPS increased 3.9%, while Priority Mail saw an average increase of 5.9%, higher for those using commercial-plus pricing.
Now that Black Friday, Cyber Monday, the holidays, and fourth-quarter surge are over, you can take a deep sigh of relief that you got through it. Many companies see 40%
While most shippers have become accustomed to the carriers announcing record general rate increases (GRI) and new surcharges, 2021 will be in a class of its own. More than any other year,
Ecommerce and omnichannel are moving at a torrid pace. To stay ahead of the game and not get eaten alive by the competition, operations and fulfillment teams have to
FedEx announced its 2021 rate schedule, including once again an average 4.9% increase for its ground, express and home delivery services starting Jan. 4, lower than some observers had expected
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