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The Different Types of Compliance Shippers Need to Know

Shippers

In the world of shipping, the term “compliance” surfaces repeatedly. It can be both daunting confusing, given its numerous meanings and serious implications. When moving goods, what does it mean to be in (or out of) “compliance” and who are you complying with?

Staffing to support employee retention

Shippers

When the labor market is tight, or an “employees’ market,” companies do all they can to attract and retain staff. They must evaluate their staffing strategy if they’re experiencing gaps in their hiring process. No matter the current labor market, companies would do well to keep their employees satisfied and maintain the best practices for staffing, whether for back-office positions or warehouse operations.

6 types of customer shipping requirements

Shippers

When you’ve earned a new customer or trading partner, there are preparations that must be made before shipping the first order—accommodating their requirements for incoming freight. Receivers each have their own rules for shippers to standardize their process and avoid operational problems. Correcting issues can cost them money, and as a result, they charge any shipper that isn’t compliant. To avoid unexpected fees with a new customer, it’s imperative to follow their requirements.

How to plan shipping for your new product launch

Shippers

Your workflows and processes are the tools your business depends on to maintain high standards in operation. It’s important to ensure they are continuing to work smoothly—without errors and being time and cost-effective. An audit and assessment of your shipping practices can save your business money in the long run and catch mistakes where funds can be immediately recuperated.