Throughout the pandemic-influenced years of 2020 through 2022, third-party logistics providers and freight brokers assuaged shippers by simply locating a truck for their freight.
Third-party logistics providers enjoyed another growth year in 2022, driven by inventory buildup from past supply chain disruptions and decreasing purchased transportation costs.
The largest third-party logistics companies in North America remained in growth mode in 2022 despite an uncertain economic environment and less favorable market conditions.April 21, 2023
Third-party logistics providers have been adjusting to normalizing market conditions as supply chain disruptions, inventory shortages and surging demand have receded.April 21, 2023
While the worst of the global supply chain snarls brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic now appear to be in the rearview mirror, it’s still not business as usual for international freight.November 30, 2022
SAN DIEGO — Closer collaboration and a willingness to find different ways to move freight are among the ways that third-party logistics providers have been navigating the supply chain disruptions, delays and scarce capacity that have characterized the past two years.April 11, 2022
Sunset Transportation, a third-party logistics company headquartered in St. Louis, opened a branch office and warehouse space in Laredo, Texas.October 4, 2019
While the freight transportation industry has struggled for years to recruit and retain truck drivers and maintenance technicians, many companies are facing another labor challenge — a shortage of entry-level office workers.