Warehouses can sometimes feel like a gigantic maze and treasure hunt all rolled into one. As workers dart back and forth picking orders, trying to locate those items can be one of the most stressful parts of the task. The constant back and forth all across the warehouse is simply inefficient and if not done

UPS is nothing short of a global giant that has revolutionized ground parcel delivery. And to continue along that path, they have recently entered into a multiyear agreement to expand its natural gas fleet; according to a company-distributed press release in October 2019. The expansion includes the purchase of more than 6,000 natural gas-powered delivery

Automation is spreading rapidly throughout the logistics world. From the integration of robotic technology to WMS platforms that streamline order fulfillment, automation plays a prominent role in warehouses across the globe. In fact, a recent LogisticsIQ market research study revealed that the global warehouse automation market will nearly double in just a few short years.

Most mistakes are easily rectifiable. But when freight bill errors become an issue, they can really add up over time.  A leading cause of invoice mistakes is human error. In fact, most mistakes can be contributed to nothing more than inaccurate billing info listed for customers. However, there are other times when these errors are

If there is a buzz phrase that is gaining traction in the logistics world – it’s “end-to-end transparency”. Consumers today demand updated information about the journey the products they purchase have made to get to their doorstep.  This is especially true when it comes to perishable items such as food, medication, and other commodities that

In today’s logistics landscape, automation is the name of the game.  From figuring out ways to reduce waste to coming up with ways to improve supply chain functions, businesses are always looking for ways to streamline or outsource more difficult operations and tasks. Business Process Automation (BPA) is the process in which an organization improves

All supply chains depend heavily upon one primary element; data integrity. If you are unfamiliar with the practice of data integrity, it is best defined as the smooth, efficient and safe transmission of data internally or between parties.  In order for any type of business to survive and thrive, data must flow without restriction. Now,

Freight delays are absolutely no fun for anyone; not for the shipper and certainly not for the customer. When freight gets delayed, it frustrates customers which makes them less likely to order from that particular shipper again. But do you know what delays a majority of deliveries? Shipping labels. That’s right, improperly filled or damaged

We are proud to announce that Redwood Logistics has received the 2020 FreightTech 100 Award! This annual awards ceremony is hosted by FreightWaves to put a spotlight on the most actively innovative and disruptive companies in the freight industry. This year, there were 255 companies all competing for a spot. These companies ranged from new

Going green is something that a large number of businesses actively focus on these days. And no, it isn’t really what could be classified as merely a trend. There are real implications behind going a greener, more environmentally sustainable direction. And that’s not to mention that to do so within a full-scale business usually requires

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