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What is Reverse Logistics?

Reverse logistics is one of the modern supply chain management pillars that links customers to suppliers or manufacturers. This logistical practice starts at the consumers’ end and moves backward through the supply chain to manufacturers. It also includes processes that place the responsibility of disposing

intermodal container

What is an Intermodal Container?

Intermodal containers are large metal boxes with rectangular parallelepiped shapes. These containers transport goods between ports via air, water, rail, and road. They meet ISO standards, making them universally acceptable for various freight purposes. Since their introduction, these storage and shipping tools have revolutionized logistics

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Top 7 Trends Affecting Intermodal Transportation in 2022

Trucks picking and dropping cargo at a port Intermodal logistics transports cargo in intermodal containers or vehicles using multiple transport modes like rail, ship, and truck. During this shipping process, nobody handles the freight when changing the methods. Consequently, intermodal transportation improves cargo handling, speed,


What is The Cost Per Mile for Truckload Carriers in Toronto?

A heavy commercial truck ferrying goods in Toronto  Transport and logistics are critical marketing components. Without them, businesses can’t deliver valuable goods that solve people’s problems. However, transportation activities are costly. Therefore, every business needs the most cost-effective way of transporting goods or receiving supplies.

Reverse Logistics in Supply Chain

Reverse Logistics in Supply Chain

Boxes of products ready for reverse shipping  Reverse logistics isn’t a new practice or term in the supply chain. It’s been here for long since the days of waste paper and water bottle recycling. However, the interest businesses have developed in it as a research