Outlook for Freight Brokers, 3PLs Strong Amid Change The trucking and transportation industries are experiencing drastic makeovers – slightly behind schedule. Even in today’s inter-connected age, the $700 billion trucking industry relies largely on old school paper and phoning processes to complete transactions. The Internet of Things is changing that. IoT is a big Thing […]
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Clutter is Costing you Money (and Sanity) Going Paperless Can Boost Profits All other things being equal, disorganization will always put an organization at an organizational disadvantage. Let me re-state: Get organized or lose money. In a 2010 study, Brother International estimated U.S. corporations lose $177 billion annually due to office clutter and disorganization. That […]
Trucking is changing at a dizzying pace, and 2017 is sure to add more chaos and confusion. Automated trucks are on the horizon, Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) will soon be the law (or perhaps not), and a wave of technology is disrupting transportation logistics in ways both positive and perplexing. The role of the Broker/Third […]
The San Diego Business Journal, a leading voice on business news and trends in San Diego county, focused its influential spotlight on LaneAxis Virtual Freight Management with a feature story entitled “Software Could Shift Load for Truckers.” “It’s a long road with nothing but prairie between Ogallala and North Platte, Neb.,” said reporter Brad Graves. […]
Islands International Consolidators, a freight forwarding company out of southern Florida, points to the broad benefits of the LaneAxis Virtual Private Network for 3PL providers.
Leading trucking industry magazine Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) highlighted the LaneAxis Virtual Private Network platform in its September, 2016 print edition.
Shippers across America and the globe are still grappling with the direct – and ripple – effects of the Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy fiasco. In addition to accelerating a likely freight rate spike and capacity shortage by this Christmas, the collapse of the world’s seventh largest container line serves as a dose of cold sea water […]
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SAN DIEGO, CA – Technology has finally caught up with trucking – with potential far-reaching benefits for the industry, economy, and environment. LaneAxis (http://www.LaneAxis.com), a San Diego-based company, has launched deployment of a virtual freight management system that gives shippers unprecedented end-to-end visibility and control over their freight.
DC Velocity, a leading multi-media magazine brand serving the specific informational needs of logistics and supply chain managers and executives, featured LaneAxis Virtual Freight Management in its June, 2016 issue.