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Long Haul Trucking

As Trucking Rates Fall, It’s Time to Renegotiate with Carriers

Dec. 5, 2022
Three ways manufacturers can build on existing relationships to get better pricing
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Help! How Can I Get My Shipping Costs Down?

Oct. 26, 2022
IndustryWeek's resident logistics expert shares three ways to beat supply-chain inflation.
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Technology and IIoT

The AMRs and Cobots of Autonomous Mobile Robots & Logistics Week 2022 (slideshow)

Oct. 12, 2022
The industrial manufacturing side of the annual autonomous robot show.
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Surprise! Your Supplier Just Got Hit with an ITC Violation

Aug. 31, 2022
How do these international trade infractions happen, and how can you keep them from derailing your supply chain?
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Planning & Forecasting

Supply Chain: Shifting Winds to Watch for in the 2nd Half of 2022

June 29, 2022
China restarts, semiconductor shifts and a sinking oil rig in Yemen factor into the global calculus.


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Download the IW U.S. 500

May 24, 2023
Download the list of the 500 largest US public manufacturers in an easy to read .pdf format
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Made In America Truck

Riding the ‘Made in America’ Boomerang

March 14, 2022
If you've been in manufacturing long enough, you're watching history happen in reverse.
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Shipping Costs Rise, Transport Tightens as War Escalates in Ukraine

March 1, 2022
Rail may not remain a safe or affordable alternative to sea transport because trains from China to Europe typically transit through Russia.
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Supply Chain

Expect a New Wave of Supply Chain Headaches with Ukraine Crisis, Bevy of Other Issues

Feb. 28, 2022
Geopolitical conflicts and the lingering pandemic are creating fresh disruptions.
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Planning & Forecasting

Expect Backlogs, Not Valentines, from China in February

Jan. 19, 2022
Lockdowns, Lunar New Year and the Beijing Olympics may spiral the supply chain from bad to worse.