Centralizing the management of logistics activities can produce a number of benefits for shippers. With a dedicated team to manage logistics activities, shippers will save time and money due to the increased control, improved transparency and streamlined processes.
Supply chain and logistics professionals must be able to quickly adapt, innovate and solve problems in order to keep pace with the industry. So how can supply chain and logistics managers prepare themselves for the future?
Is your company importing goods into the United States or considering importing in the future? To import successfully, the importer must have a customs bond on file with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Freight audit and payment programs can help companies of all sizes improve accuracy when reviewing and paying carrier invoices. Whether the freight is Parcel, Less-than-Truckload, Truckload, Volume, Intermodal or International, freight audit automation can have enormous benefits.
At Ascent, we are a team of logistics professionals that has a singular focus on building trust with our clients. Our approach to logistics is simple – uncomplicate logistics to deliver unmatched value to our clients through our Domestic, International and On-Demand solutions.
Logistical activities could be impacted this week and next as Winter Storm Niko drops heavy snowfall on the northeastern portion of the United States.
Bill Goodgion, President of Ascent Global Logistics, recently talked with Susan Avery from My Purchasing Center (MPC) regarding the rebranding of Ascent Global Logistics as well as the road ahead for logistics professionals.
On behalf of our entire team, we are extremely proud to introduce Ascent Global Logistics.
Regardless of how much industry experience you have, determining freight classification and staying in line with the National Motor Freight Traffic Association’s (NMFTA) rules, can be frustrating, especially if you get it wrong.