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Pieces of Freight

The U.S. Bureau of Transportation recently released the North American Freight Numbers for November 2016. U.S.-NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) freight value for the month totaled $91.1 billion – that number represents a 3.3 percent increase from November 2015. … Continued

Welcome to “Recommerce” Season

According to a recent survey commissioned by FedEx Express Canada, gift cards were one of the “it” gifts this holiday season. A majority of Canadians surveyed – 66 percent – reported that some of the cheer they spread this year … Continued

Packages, Packages, Packages

The holiday season is behind us, but the message to be taken from the historic shopping season is that it’s the dawn of a new day as far as data collection goes. 2016 was far from business as usual for … Continued

‘Tis the Season for Valuable Data

Every day, the world creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data, says IBM. So much data, in fact, that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. The generation of “big data” … Continued

Know Your Carriers’ Holiday Schedules

With Christmas and New Year’s Day both falling on Sunday, this season’s holiday schedule is sure to vary from company to company. The time to make decisions about how your company will handle the holiday shipping season in terms of … Continued

Holiday Shipping By the Numbers

The staggering number of packages shipped around the holidays has been well-documented. Fueled by burgeoning online shopping and a holiday season that will include two extra operating days compared to 2015, major carriers expect record holiday shipments for the second … Continued

Your 2017 Rate Change Overview

Each year, as the major carriers announce rate changes, it becomes imperative for shippers to take a closer look at their practices, to reevaluate their carrier agreements, and to seek out room for improvement. As your comprehensive small parcel auditing … Continued