Lojistic Blog


Parcel & Freight Auditing Companies Needed in Global eCommerce

In today's global eCommerce world, logistics encompasses the planning, implementation and efficient movement of goods and information from originator to consumer. Modern logistics has evolved as more value-added services are embraced by shippers who increasingly rely on outsourcing to cut shipping costs and help improve their bottom line. The goal is to call on experts like ...

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Monopolistic Carriers Shut Out Parcel Auditors

The global shipping industry may be engaging in some monopolistic practices to shore up profits in these tough economic times. One practice that recently gained attention centers on third party freight auditing consultants who audit shipping agreements and help with carrie...

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Comparing UPS and FedEx in the Global Economy

UPS and FedEx are among the world’s largest small-package carriers, both by revenue and volume. When you compare UPS and FedEx, both offer ground, air, and ocean freight shipping and shipping-related services. FedEx and UPS ship over 10 million packages daily for businesses and individual customers worldwide. A consideration of ...

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Frequent and Costly UPS & FedEx Billing Errors

Given the advanced technology and automated systems, it is a common (invalid) assumption that the customer billing systems of carriers such as UPS and FedEx are infallible and afford little to no room for billing errors. Shippers subscribing to this line of thought are committing a considerable oversight. Although many components of a carrier’s billing process are automated, there are...

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Comparing Shipping Costs Amid A Problematic Industry

Most freight bill auditing companies would tell you that things were going well for their customers until the summer's end in 2008. That's when the credit crisis and worldwide recession hit, causing the commodity and freight markets to collapse. Shipping line operators suffered due to decreased trade, shipyards were inundated with ord...

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