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Oct 06

2020

Seriously, Who Is Running This Company?

Posted: Oct 06, 2020

When you imagine what a stereotypical CEO looks like, what comes to mind? Probably not this guy: Yes, that is Luke the CEO of Lojistic. Undoubtedly, in the moment pictured, he was primed for an epic Dungeons ...

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Oct 01

2020

Prime Day 2020: How Will It Impact Your Shipping Network?

Posted: Oct 01, 2020

Amazon recently announced that Prime Day 2020 will be Prime Day(s)…as in plural. Set an alert and mark your calendar because Prime Day 2020 is Tuesday, October 13 AND Wednesday, October 14. The annual shopping holiday will grow from a one-day event to a two-day spending spree for millions of global deal seekers. ...

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Sep 17

2020

FedEx 2021 Rate Increase Announcement + Record Quarterly Profits

Posted: Sep 17, 2020

This week, FedEx announced their 2021 rate increase, which will be made effective January 2021. OFFICIAL FEDEX ANNOUNCEMENT This announcement came a day before they released their first quarter results for fiscal year 2020, in which they posted record profits. ...

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Aug 31

2020

How Apparel & Footwear Suppliers + Retailers Increase Profit Through Optimized Shipping

Posted: Aug 31, 2020

Like so many other industries, apparel and footwear suppliers and retailers are feeling the effects of the global pandemic.  For many, mandatory store closures and in-person shopping restrictions have accelerated the shift from brick-and-mortar sales to online sales. While predictions vary, it’s estimated that online sales will increase by 50% industry wide [lumping together apparel +...

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Aug 31

2020

How Beauty & Grooming Suppliers + Retailers Increase Profit Through Optimized Shipping

Posted: Aug 31, 2020

Like so many other industries, beauty, cosmetic, personal care, grooming and health suppliers and retailers are feeling the effects of the global pandemic.  For many, mandatory store closures and in-person shopping restrictions have accelerated the shift from brick-and-mortar sales to online sales. While predictions vary, it’s estimated that online sales will increase by $10B industry...

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