Before joining DC VELOCITY, Toby Gooley spent 20 years at Logistics Management covering international trade as Senior Editor and Managing Editor. Prior to that she was an export traffic manager for 10 years. She holds a B.A. in Asian Studies from Cornell University.
Retiring head of the Wine and Spirits Shippers Association offers words of wisdom to importers, exporters
Geoff Giovanetti, longtime crusader for shippers' interests in regulatory matters, shared what he's learned at Coalition of New England Companies for Trade (CONECT) symposium.
Top customs official: CBP will increase its focus on exports
Agency is working with trade stakeholders to streamline export processes while harmonizing with import regulations overseas, Acting Commissioner of Customs Tom Winkowski tells international trade group.
The difference is in the details
Handling returns of online orders in your DC? It's not quite the same as "traditional" reverse logistics. Here's why.
Intermountain man: interview with Brent Johnson
As Intermountain Healthcare's top supply chain guy, Brent Johnson oversees the distribution of some 2.5 million medical items annually. And that's just part of his job.
Lift truck manufacturers, dealers challenged to keep enough used equipment in stock
Four years after the end of the recession, demand for used lift trucks continues to outstrip supply, dealers say.
How to avoid "sweating slab" in the warehouse
If your cement floors tend to become wet and slippery, there are preventive measures you can take.
Could a lift truck become the "brain" of your DC operation?
With the right technology in place, lift trucks could function as mobile data hubs, predicts one industry exec.
Sortation systems: Not just for shipping anymore
They're usually associated with outbound shipping, but sortation systems can also be a smart choice for multi-SKU receiving, consultant says.
Three trends that could reshape the lift truck battery market
Systems integration, super-efficient trucks, and lithium could have a major impact on the battery business, manufacturer says.
Coming soon to a fleet near you: ultra-clean lifting machines
The EPA's stringent Tier 4 final emissions restrictions will apply to all diesel-powered lift trucks by the end of next year. How will the rules affect your fleet?