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Oct 17

2012

The Great Recession and What’s Stimulating Shipping Stocks

Posted: Oct 17, 2012

Even with the brunt of the Great Recession behind us, the global shipping industry has still seen companies slip into the deep blue of nonexistence. However, in the most recent month of market trading, some have bounced back with the best figures seen in years; we’re thinking about Ultrapetrol, whose stock soared...

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Oct 10

2012

Mobile Apps to Ease Shipping Troubles

Posted: Oct 10, 2012

Shipping solutions can sometimes feel like more trouble than they’re worth. We know it, and so do you; but this doesn’t have to be the case for the upstart or the entrepreneur. Since the world has grown into an increasingly digital marketplace, more and more solutions to shipping woes are emerging. The legacy ...

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Oct 03

2012

How to Reduce Shipping Costs without Skimping on Customer Service

Posted: Oct 03, 2012

Many businesses are hesitant to complain to the shipping giants responsible for getting their customers’ orders delivered to them on time. They may be aware of the fact that auditing their invoices for mistakes or attempting to renegotiate their carrier contract may save them s...

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Sep 26

2012

Going Green: Giving Back for the #GreaterGood

Posted: Sep 26, 2012

At Source, we set our standards high when it comes to corporate and community responsibility. As residents of Orange County, we are neighbors to some of California’s most beautiful beaches and coastal reserves.  This October, we are giving back to the Newport Beach community and helping take a stand for the Greater Good by volunteering to rehabilitate t...

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Sep 13

2012

Where Is the Risk? - A Look into Supply Chain Risk Management

Posted: Sep 13, 2012

Risk management has been a constant supply chain topic this year, and it’s no surprise-- cataclysmic events have affected many countries in recent times, like the earthquake that shook Japan and the tsunami in Thailand. Natural disasters happen, and they tend to put companies with part of their supply chain in those nations to the test. For some, these events meant...

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