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Are Automated Trucks in the Future at a Savannah Trucking Company Near you?

Posted by Port City Logistics on Aug 15, 2018 8:54:04 AM
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Savannah Drayage | Short Distances, Critical Importance

Posted by Port City Logistics on Aug 3, 2018 10:42:21 AM

Savannah Drayage: What it means

Most of us are familiar with the idea of shipping freight around the world on a container ship and across the country by train or truck, but it’s easy to forget one integral step in the process: drayage. In the world of international shipping, the term refers to the transport of freight containers over short distances, usually from 

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Logistics Management | From Factory to Store: A box’s journey

Posted by Port City Logistics on Jul 27, 2018 12:14:17 PM

For most of us, we never think about logistics management — how goods actually get from the factory to their home. As specialists in logistics management know, the process is actually very involved and can be quite complex, and often requires moving halfway around the world. 

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A Natural Transition | A Career in Logistics Allows Former Military to Use Training and Skills

Posted by Port City Logistics on Jul 23, 2018 10:14:06 AM

Careers in logistics are expected to grow faster than normal over the next 10 years. The move of individual markets shifting to a global economy is the reason for the projected 22 percent increase in logistics jobs by 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Have you begun transitioning from your military enlistment into the civilian employment sector? And do you possess training in logistics and supply line dynamics? If so, consider a rewarding career at Port City Logistics, a Savannah, GA-based freight brokerage company.

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Topics: Logistics Management, Logistics Careers

Single Source Logistics Helps Grow Your Business

Posted by Port City Logistics on Jul 9, 2018 12:11:25 PM

What is Third Party Logistics?

Are you prepared to handle your own shipping as your business grows? Many companies find themselves unready to navigate the complexities of logistics as their shipping needs increase.To face the challenges of selling across oceans (or even state lines) effectively, standard practice is to employ a single source third party logistics (3PL) company to outsource management of everything including over-the-road freight, shipping and port drayage.

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Topics: 3pl

LTL Shipping Savannah: A Cost Saving Measure

Posted by Port City Logistics on Jun 25, 2018 1:19:48 PM

 

What is "LTL?"

Less than truckload shipping, or LTL, fits an important niche in the shipping industry. When a company needs to ship freight that is more than a parcel carrier can accommodate yet not large enough for a dedicated full truck, LTL can be a great solution. 

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Transportation Management- What is it?

Posted by Port City Logistics on Jun 11, 2018 2:27:49 PM
Ranked as the fastest-growing seaport in the United States from 2000 to 2005, the Port of Savannah experienced a 16.5 percent compound annual growth rate versus the national average of only 9.7 percent. In 2007, the port held the distinction as the fourth-busiest container terminal in the United States, and in 2014, container traffic through the port reached 3 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU)- that's a lot of transportation management!
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Topics: Logistics Management

Emerging Technology | Port City Logistics Is Saving Time and Money with the Latest Tech

Posted by Port City Logistics on May 31, 2018 2:15:57 PM

The evolution of technology has been pushing boundaries and changing protocols in every aspect of our personal and professional lives. The logistics industry is no exception. The transaction cycle is becoming more streamlined by integrating with various technologies to improve accuracy and efficiency — from point A to point B.

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Commercial Cargo Ships in Operation Today

Posted by Port City Logistics on Mar 23, 2018 11:45:15 AM

Of the thousands of cargo ships traveling the international seas at any given moment, there are only a few different types of ships, mainly divided according to the type of cargo that they carry. The two main types are dry cargo ships or tankers. Among dry cargo ships, different types include bulk carriers, container ships, reefer ships, RoRo ships, and others. Tankers can be classified as chemical, gas, LNG, or oil tankers. The cargo ship port of Savannah, GA is the second largest port in the US and handles container ships, reefer ships, heavy lift, RoRo, and breakbulk ships.

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3PL Providers: What do they do and who are they for?

Posted by Port City Logistics on Feb 11, 2018 3:26:09 PM

3PL stands for Third-Party Logistics. There are different levels of 3PL: the Standard 3PL Provider, the Service Developer, the Customer Adapter, and the Customer Developer.

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