07/16/2021

The Dallas-Ft. Worth Distribution Advantage

As the world regains its footing post-pandemic, the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area continues to grow economically. One of only two large U.S. metros to post three-year job gains, the Dallas region is recovering to pre-pandemic employment levels faster than all other large U.S. Metros.[1] Dallas ranks as the ninth-largest city in the United States with… Continue reading The Dallas-Ft. Worth Distribution Advantage

07/01/2021

What the Approaching ILWU-PMA Contract Renewal Means for Shippers

After a year marred by congestion, skyrocketing cargo handling costs, increased demand as a result of the pandemic, and looming clean air mandates, West Coast marine terminal operators have had all the more reason to explore productivity improvements and cost-saving options like automation.  Historically, concern about displacing and replacing employees with robotics had prompted the… Continue reading What the Approaching ILWU-PMA Contract Renewal Means for Shippers

06/25/2021

Transportation Management: Collaboratively Implementing Solutions

Meet the Team Making TM Implementation an Effortless Endeavor Through a planned, partnered approach, NFI’s Transportation Management (TM) team implements solutions that get customers up and running with powerful network capabilities in a matter of weeks. In this video, team members Bill Wolfe and Darren Conner highlight how NFI is able to address complex implementation… Continue reading Transportation Management: Collaboratively Implementing Solutions

05/03/2021

How to Navigate the Complexities of Today’s Drayage Market

North America’s drayage market is as complex as ever. Congestion at the ports, increasing demurrage costs, competition for chassis, and other mounting issues have created havoc for shippers attempting to get a hold of their supply chain. As NFI continues to help customers navigate through the intricacies of the continent’s port complexes, NFI Vice President… Continue reading How to Navigate the Complexities of Today’s Drayage Market

04/08/2021

Transportation Management: Engineering for the Future

Meet the TM Engineers Driving Customer Value They’re not supply chain engineers, they’re supply chain scientists. Calculated risk-taking and hands-on program design are enabling NFI’s Transportation Management team to customize solutions of the future for NFI customers. In this video, team members Felipe Molino and Kayla Broyles highlight how NFI is able to deliver custom,… Continue reading Transportation Management: Engineering for the Future