Many leading economists believe a recession is all but certain in the months ahead. With the health of the transport industry tied so closely to the economy at large, it is important to understand the causes and consequences of this potentially dire situation. In spite of current economic uncertainties, the US labor market remains strong.
Uncovering the cause of a deduction isn’t always an easy task. Many deductions are lumped in with other charges, and it can take some serious digging to untangle what exactly is being billed. For Nathan Helms, Director of TMS for the food brand Organic Valley, the time-consuming job of addressing these hidden deductions is all
Some deductions are inevitable in the transport business. Unfortunately, it often feels like a load is set up for failure from the start. From impossible shipping deadlines to long lines at receiving, many holdups that lead to deductions are simply out of the carrier or shipper’s hands. Just how common are these no-win situations, and
It happens every single day in the transportation industry. Retailers will send shippers a list of deduction fees for things such as late shipments or broken pallets. These fines can occur several weeks or months after the shipment. These after-the-fact deductions in the transport industry are costly in more ways than one. Aside from the