A wide variety of information technologies, from onboard computer systems that can pinpoint a truck's location via a global positioning system to computerized routing and load planning systems, are fueling distributors' journeys toward maximizing transportation efficiencies. The next high-octane boost to transportation logistics could come from the Internet. Some companies are exploring the Web's interactive communication capabilities as a cost-effective alternative to electronic data ...

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