Tag: delivery logistics

Last year, the coronavirus pandemic made delivery services an essential part of maintaining a safe and functional society—a trend that is likely to continue into the future. Consumers have gotten used to the luxury of being able to have many different things delivered. This could mean radical changes in the ways lives and businesses are…

Much of the temperature-controlled delivery business is taken up with food ventures. This includes catering and supply chain transport, not to mention all the types of food delivery out there, from restaurant meals and groceries, to senior meal assistance and disaster relief. What many people don’t realize, however, is that temperature-control in transport is a necessity for many other…

The U.S. Department of Transportation 2018 Pocket Guide to Large Truck and Bus Statistics showed that in in 2017 the most frequent vehicle inspection violations included 488,895 violations of the vehicle not having the required operable lamps, 138,399 with oil and/or grease leaks, 88,687 with inoperative or defective windshield wipers, 63,241 with flat or audible leaking tires,…

If you’re in the pizza delivery business, then you know the routine.  You bake a beautiful, sizzling hot pie, and send it off to the customer. Then you get the dreaded phone call. The customer is irate—the pizza arrived cold, or at least lukewarm, and a tad on the soggy side.  This is where heated…