When it comes to transportation management software (TMS) deployment, companies are often wondering whether they should dive in head first, or test the waters with one or two facilities before completely soaking themselves with a full-scale implementation. So what’s the better option? It depends on a few factors.
Trinity Logistics has been awarded a logistics contract to provide transportation support and solutions to Tajima Flooring of Conifer, Colorado. Trinity supports clients like Tajima with solutions including supply chain and logistics consulting, freight management, and a transportation management system (TMS) utilizing online SaaS technology. Trinity’s transportation management system enhances supply chain visibility and reporting while creating cost savings from automation, optimization, and collaboration.
In the wake of the new CSA regulations, the entire logistics industry is hunkering down for the predicted fall out, monster sized capacity issues. We’re hearing driver shortage estimates from 150,000 to upward of 500,000 or more! The regulations are coming at the worst possible timing, economically speaking, according to Stifel Nicolaus, conditions in our economy will be a significant improvement over the recent past, supporting transportation growth of 3%+. Everyone’s quickly putting together the math, who’s going to haul all of this freight?
The number one challenge for manufacturers is working to reduce transportation costs. Are you taking the right steps?
Trinity Transport, Inc., a third-party logistics supplier of transportation solutions, announced a new service division to serve shippers in various industries from retail to manufacturing.
Trinity Transport, Inc. has joined the SmartWaySM Transport Partnership, an innovative collaboration between U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the freight industry designed to increase energy efficiency while significantly reducing greenhouse gases and air pollution.