Yamashin America Inc. Selects G&D Integrated as Provider of Logistics Management Services

NAPERVILLE, IL, July 20, 2016 – G&D Integrated has announced that it has been chosen by Yamashin America Inc., a subsidiary of Yamashin-Filter Corp. (TSE: 6240), to manage their warehousing needs and provide vendor managed inventory, storage, and other value-added services. G&D will partner with the North America headquarters location to help Yamashin deliver world-class customer service and support as…

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3 Benefits of Outsourcing to a 3PL

With increasing pressure to reduce costs, understand new regulations, and deliver products faster, there’s no doubt there are a lot of issues shippers have to deal with in the management and execution of today’s supply chain. Today’s shippers need relief as well as flexibility more than ever. And many are now asking themselves, “To outsource or not to outsource; that is…

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Robertson Worldwide Selects G&D Integrated to Provide Warehousing & Fulfillment Services

NAPERVILLE, IL, July 7, 2016 – G&D Integrated, a specialized provider of transportation and logistics, announced that it has been selected by Robertson Worldwide, a leader in the lighting industry, to handle their warehousing needs and value-added services including labelling, kitting, pick-pack-ship, and vendor managed inventory. G&D will develop and deliver a customized plan to optimize warehousing operations and inventory…

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4 Transportation Trends You Can’t Ignore

The practice of supply chain management continues to evolve, thanks to industry innovation and technology advancements. The last 10 years have brought significant changes to how goods are purchased, distributed and shipped. Many of these changes are driven by advancements such as the smartphone and mobile applications as well as cloud computing and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery models. Here are 4…

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Transportation Management Takes a Cue From CRM to Drive Value

The truckload (TL) market was never an early adopter of technology when it comes to booking, bidding and freight management. Now collaborative cloud-based applications which manage freight on a real-time basis allow access by more parties in the supply chain, and TL is taking notice. As a result, transportation providers have the potential to drive great value for their customers…

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Continued Replenishment of Fleet Shows Commitment to Dedicated Transportation and Safety

NAPERVILLE, IL, May 16, 2016 - G&D Integrated has recently announced the replacement of 150 trucks in their dedicated fleet over the past year and a half, again proving their focus and commitment to their transportation line of business, their customers, and safety. G&D expects to continue an aggressive fleet replacement program which was initiated in late 2014. They replaced…

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How to Be a Better Shipper to Your Carriers and Brokers

Let’s face it, people do business with individuals and companies that treat them well and with those they like. In transportation, relationships between shippers and their various carriers and vendors hasn’t always been easy. In recent years, however, industry forces—tightened capacity, increased regulations, driver shortages as well as road and traffic conditions—have transformed shipper-carrier relationships into a more collaborative partnership,…

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G&D Integrated Implements Revenova Transportation Management System To Support Growing Freight Brokerage Business

NAPERVILLE, IL, April 15, 2016 - G&D Integrated has implemented RevenovaTMS℠, an exciting new transportation management system application which can seamlessly communicate and share information in real-time across the entire “quote-to-cash” process of moving freight, replacing the traditional TMS that was used previously. G&D recently opened a new freight brokerage office in January, 2016 which offers truckload services within North…

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How to Develop a Strategic Relationship with your Freight Broker

Freight brokers are no longer the Rodney Dangerfield of the transportation industry.  Prior to 2013, when the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration raised the bonding requirement, subpar brokers gave the industry a bad name. Since then, the higher bond surety and other competitive forces have caused more brokers to go out of business. Despite tight freight capacity and driver shortages,…

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