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Jul 22

2015

Your Carrier Relationship, Your Parcel Audit, and You

Posted: Jul 22, 2015

Shipping costs are über-important. For an expense that makes up (on average) 10% of your top line, they definitely deserve your undivided attention. Maintaining a solid relationship with your carrier reps can lead to improved discounts, incentives, and more. No doubt you’ve worked hard to negotiate a competitive pricing agreement and it behooves you to protect aga...

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Jul 09

2015

What Does Your Car Have To Do With Parcel Insurance?

Posted: Jul 09, 2015

Parcel insurance rates are on the rise, and they have been for years. In fact, in the past five years, parcel insurance rates have increased 38%. That’s a big number. And when compared to price changes of some common household items, the increase seems even bigger. Over the past five years, the average price of a new car i...

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May 07

2015

7 Common Misconceptions About Parcel Auditing 

Posted: May 07, 2015

Chances are that if you’re reading this, you are already familiar with parcel auditing. If you’re not, feel free to brush up on your knowledge on our parcel audit page. Regardless of your level of familiarity, we thought it pertinent to help inform the general public on some of the common misconceptions...

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Apr 17

2015

Lojistic’s Total 20/20 Campaign Contributions reach $14,740 after Q4 Donation

Posted: Apr 17, 2015

Exciting news! The team at Lojistic has just posted a $14,740 (to date) donation to CHARITY: WATER as a continuation of our 20/20 Campaign. So far, the campaign contributions have helped fund clean water projects in Rwanda and Ethiopia. ...

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Apr 09

2015

History of Freight Transportation

Posted: Apr 09, 2015

Throughout the centuries there have been many modes of freight transportation. For many years, goods traveled to their destinations by way of horse drawn wagons. This mode of moving freight was slow and often dangerous. Later, with the introduction of the railway system, business owners could send goods across the country in a faster, safer way. Goods traveled to various cities via steamboat an...

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