Oct. 12 2009 01:01 PM

Shippers continue to look for ways to cut costs during the economic slowdown. At the same time, they understand that time is money, and they don't want to sacrifice the safe and timely delivery of their shipments. According to a recent study by Morgan Stanley, shippers are still migrating from air to less expensive ground services, despite lower fuel prices (which are expected to continue fluctuating). As part of this shift, shippers are naturally more willing to shop for alternative services, including ground-based regional carriers that offer the industry's most cost-effective and time-sensitive ground products. 

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