If you’re a beneficial cargo owner, working with a third-party logistics (3PL) partner — especially one that provides both transloading and warehousing services — can offer a number of efficiencies for your business.
COVID-19 had major impacts on global supply chains and shipping management trends in recent years. Demand increased while simultaneously the ability to meet the demand decreased due to delays and supply chain issues.
For several years, a plan has been in the works to improve the Port of Long Beach via dredging. But what is the purpose of the plan, what exactly does it entail, and when will it come to fruition?
Transloading has become the industry standard solution for loading and unloading transoceanic cargo from container ships, and moving it out of drayage to carriers (and eventually on to customers). But even the best technology and most thoughtful planning by logistics managers has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.