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Energizer Holdings: A Crossdocking Case Study

Editor’s Note: This blog post originally ran on 3/10/15. As global crossdocking remains a relevant topic in the supply chain industry, we’re sharing Clark’s article a second time.

C.H. Robinson and Energizer Holdings Case Study

As companies grow into global contenders, often they notice their once simple, and easy to follow, processes gain layers of complexity. This is especially true for transportation and logistics. Working with multiple vendors, offering numerous products, or operating in several countries across the globe (or all of the above), are just a few of the challenges that can cause strain on any business. » Read More

Differentiating Your Business as You Build Your Global Presence

Global Presence

You already have a great product—or else you wouldn’t be contemplating going global. Whether you’re a coffee bean startup, an auto manufacturer, or a third party logistics company (3PL), becoming global is a decision. It can be a natural progression . . . for some. Once you choose to develop your global presence, what matters most is becoming great at what you do and setting yourself apart, in every region you choose. » Read More

C.H. Robinson is Proud to be Your #1 3PL for 5 Years in a Row


Thanks to your votes, C.H. Robinson was named the number one third party logistics provider (3PL) in the 2015 Inbound Logistics Top 3PL Excellence Awards. On behalf of C.H. Robinson employees around the world, I’d like to express our sincere gratitude for your support. We are incredibly humbled and proud to be your top choice for the fifth year in a row. » Read More

Market Update: Transportation Industry News

Attractive_freight_4_15_14Trends in the freight market have continued over the past months, with contract rates continuing to show year over year increases, capacity tightness easing, and the spot market having abundant supply. Read this month’s Market Update for more on issues impacting carrier capacity and other relevant transportation industry news, and then share your thoughts on these topics. » Read More