Wholesalers are using computerized technology to turn unpredictable transportation systems into something close to an exact science. Escalating costs and inefficiencies are often cited as two areas of immense concern among wholesalers. But now the industry is using new technology, in the form of enhanced software programs and hardware systems, to help boost efficiency in a wide range of areas, including truck routing, scheduling, receiving and loading. "We're just scratching the surface," ...
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