Elevated freight rates, skyrocketing inflation, and the war in Ukraine are drastically increasing the cost of goods and disrupting global supply chains.
Freight management involves more than moving goods from point A to point B. When done right, it maximizes a company’s efficiency and improves its bottom line. When done poorly, it can lead to delayed goods, dissatisfied customers, and unexpected costs.
The words cargo and freight are similar, but even though they share a few things in common, the meanings are quite different.
Air transport usually gets your freight from point A to point B faster than any ocean or land transportation, but faster doesn’t necessarily mean better.