Supply Chain

Is a Direct-to-Store Delivery Model Right for You?

Consumer Goods, Network Design, Supply Chain
February 9, 2012

Written by Guy Toksoy, VP of Ryder Canada's Supply Chain Solutions Speed is the name of the game in today’s retail landscape.  How quickly products are purchased from store shelves depends on various factors:  consumer preference, special prom...

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Transportation and Inventory Management Help iGPS Stay On Top of Growth

Reverse Logistics, Supply Chain, Transportation Management, Warehousing & Distribution Management
February 2, 2012

Wooden pallets have been used in supply chains around the world for more than 60 years. They have also been one of the supply chains’ greatest headaches. Intelligent Global Pooling Systems When Intelligent Global Pooling Systems (iGPS) create...

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How to Prevent Cargo Theft in Your Operation

Safety & Environment, Transportation Management
January 26, 2012

Written by Bill Anderson, Ryder Today’s economy is driven by a global supply chain where goods move around the world 24/7. As supply chains grow more complex, so does the ability to secure goods.  One of the biggest challenges affecting busines...

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Welcome to Exchange!

Fleet Management, Supply Chain
January 13, 2012

Welcome to the Pilot Phase of Ryder’s official blog, Exchange. Exchange is an online forum for our clients, prospects, employees and others to discuss trends, challenges and best practices in supply chain and fleet operations.  Whether you’re...

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Fresh & Easy Introduces Natural Gas Trucks from Ryder into Fleet

Alternative Fuels / Natural Gas Vehicles, Dedicated Transportation, Fleet Management, Food & Beverage, Safety & Environment, Sustainability
August 4, 2011

25 Heavy Duty Vehicles Made Available from the Ryder/SANBAG Natural Gas Vehicle Project in Southern California - MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Ryder System, Inc. (NYSE: R) announced today that it has finalized an agreement to lease 25 compressed natura...

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