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Peter Bradley

Peter Bradley

Editor Emeritus

Peter Bradley is an award-winning career journalist with more than three decades of experience in both newspapers and national business magazines. His credentials include seven years as the transportation and supply chain editor at Purchasing Magazine and six years as the chief editor of Logistics Management.

Articles by Peter Bradley

Farewell, class rates?
As carriers seek to shift their customers away from the traditional freight classification system, many shippers are resisting the change. That's ironic, because shippers have complained loudly for decades about the way the classifications are developed.
December 11, 2014

Heading for zero
Ace Hardware worked with its waste and recycling contractor to get one DC to the point where it ships nothing to a landfill. A second DC is close behind. And that's only a part of the hardware cooperative's sustainability efforts.
November 24, 2014

A new NAFTA?
Nearly 21 years after NAFTA took effect, a report from the Council of Foreign Relations looks at where the three trade partners should go next.
November 7, 2014

Vitamin Shoppe gets in shape for omnichannel
The fast-growing retailer revamped fulfillment and got firm control of its inventory to develop near seamless service for its health-conscious customers.
October 29, 2014

What to think about when you think about omnichannel
Looking to join the omnichannel revolution? Here are some things you need to consider.
October 29, 2014

Omnichannel takes hold
In this special multipart report, we take a fresh look at just how companies are grappling with the logistics challenges that omnichannel brings.
October 29, 2014

Hot topics at CSCMP
What issues were top of mind at this year's Annual Global Conference? The driver shortage, government regulation, and—need we say it?—omnichannel.
October 20, 2014

Bobcat excavates productivity, inventory improvements
The construction equipment company makes heavy-duty gains in lift truck driver productivity and inventory accuracy with the help of some new technologies.
September 17, 2014

The next revolution?
I am persuaded we are on the brink of another major upheaval in logistics and supply chain, spurred largely by technological developments like 3-D printing, ubiquitous connectivity, and the coming of driverless vehicles.
September 8, 2014

Taxing times
In the long term, we need a mechanism other than the per-gallon fuel tax for funding highway projects. But in the short term, we need members of Congress to step up and raise the fuel tax.
August 11, 2014

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