C3 Solutions’ Latest White Paper Focuses on the Capacity Crisis Hitting the Transport Industry

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In this paper, C3 Solutions' offers a fresh look at the current trucking landscape and how shippers can navigate through the current capacity crunch.

Navigating the new trucking landscape - White Paper
While the capacity crisis may be unprecedented, there are many operational improvements you can make to ease the pain it is causing your business. Making changes to adapt to the new landscape should not be seen as an 'if', but rather a 'when'.

C3 Solutions, an information technology company specialized in yard management and appointment scheduling systems announces the release of its latest White Paper entitled: Leveling up: Navigating the New Trucking Landscape.

Shippers are up against serious challenges in 2018. Numerous factors are combining to make it difficult for manufacturers and retailers alike to achieve the increased volume, speed and accuracy demanded by our booming economy. Put simply, constrained capacity has turned transportation – specifically trucking, which moves about 70 percent of freight – into a pain point for many shippers. It's a story we’ve heard before, but this time it's worse than ever.

Many of these challenges are systemic, meaning that everyone faces them, and they demand ever more creative solutions to ensure bottom-line success. In this paper, we look at the many factors contributing to the capacity crunch and offer some practical methods for improving the situation.

‘’While the capacity crisis may be unprecedented, there are many operational improvements you can make to ease the pain it is causing your business. Making changes to adapt to the new landscape should not be seen as an 'if', but rather a 'when'. And the sooner the better,’’ states author Gregory Braun, Senior Vice-President, Sales & Marketing.

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