Year: 2022

A recent survey highlights how likely shippers are to use autonomous trucks and make operational adjustments for future adoption.

In the coming years, supply chains will rely on a combination of autonomous trucks and human-driven trucks deployed efficiently and at scale across a digital and optimized network.

This white paper explores the near- and long-term impact autonomous trucks will have on trucking jobs and the movement of goods.

Originally published on Mexico Business Now By: Carlos Godinez, VP Business Development, Mexico Amid international trade wars and global supply chain delays, businesses in the US are increasingly setting up shop in Mexico. This tidal wave of business expansion creates a plethora of new opportunities and with the height of produce season just around the…

By Derek Browning, Director of Operations – Consulting It’s consumed our headlines the last two years—supply chain issues are running rampant across industries with chaos at ports, distribution centers, and along shipping routes. Manufacturing delays, raw material shortages and long-term effects of the bullwhip effect are contributing to the challenges, and now softening demand curves…

Uber Freight’s less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping solution enables real-time access to capacity and greater flexibility to ship minimum quantity goods.

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Uber Freight enables competitive rates and 100% tender acceptance to execute real-time shipments without hassle.

Originally published on Talking Logistics By: Tracy Rosser, Executive Vice President of Operations In the freight industry, we often contextualize fluctuations in market trends in terms of contract rates versus spot rates. When spot rates are beneath contract rates and trending down, or are significantly below contract rates regardless of trend, we consider that environment…

The long-term strategic agreement will enable the companies to pursue a deep product integration and long-term capacity reservation.