With costs rising and a corresponding increase in demand by consumers, many e-retailers are leaning on their 3PL providers for more dedicated support. Those 3PL partners must be fluent in the ongoing changes of the supply chain landscape – offering strategies and recommendations to meet those unique customer’s needs.
Many companies find that their 3PL provider turned on autopilot – offering transactional services without a personalized approach. In this new normal of increased disruption, supply chain issues and other industry challenges, it is more important than ever to partner with a 3PL that has a passion for the industry, as well as a personalized approach to working together coupled with the right technology.
Orrville, Ohio — October 7, 2022 — Jarrett has partnered with Josh Berry and the JR Motorsports team for the 2022 NASCAR Xfinity Series. The connection between Jarrett and NASCAR aligns with being fast.
Retailers and manufacturers need a quality product that fits the needs of the customer. However, ensuring that product is delivered on time and in good condition is equally important to achieving success. When shipments are late, it hurts customer satisfaction, your company’s reputation, and your bottom line.
With competition at an all-time high, companies need to streamline and optimize their supply chains to stay competitive and thrive. In an upcoming webinar, Mike Jarrett, President & CEO of Jarrett Logistics, and Chris Elwood, Director of Logistics & Operational Strategy at Grimco Inc, will discuss what the company is doing to increase supply chain responsiveness using real-world, actionable examples which are applicable to any company or industry at:
The term software as a service (SaaS) has been used a lot the past few years. But how many people really know what it means or how it can help you and your business? We will look at ways you can save time and resources, as well as enhance your supply chain operations using SaaS.
As you may be aware, certain freight rail workers are threatening to strike pending ongoing union contract negotiations with the carriers they work for. As of Monday, the majority of unions had announced agreements with the National Carriers' Conference Committee representing BNSF, CSX, Kansas City Southern, Norfolk Southern and Union Pacific railways. Two major unions, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, and the SMART Transportation Division have not reached a settlement. President Biden prevented a strike two months ago by imposing a cooling off period during which a panel he appointed, known as a Presidential Emergency Board (PEB). The (PEB) looked at the disputed issues in the negotiations and issued a recommended settlement.