Four decades have passed since a logistics magazine published an article about how the relationship between the public warehouse operator and the customer should be one of partnership. In the next issue of the magazine, a letter to the editor contained an angry response...
For many companies, 2015 is looking rosy. The overall economy is finally accelerating out of the worst recession since the 1930s, helped in no small part by construction as the Construction Backlog Indicator reached an all-time high in June.
Running a business is a naturally risky proposition. Though many aspects of the marketplace will inevitably remain beyond control, the one thing that can be controlled is the reduction of exposure to risk within various areas of an operation, including the supply chain.
While recovered paper consumption at U.S. paper and paperboard mills increased by 230,000 tons in 2013, the overall U.S. recovery rate slipped from 65.1 percent in 2012 to 63.5 percent in 2013. The decline was attributable to a 6.3 percent...
NPTA’s highest honor is awarded to an individual who has had a distinguished career in the printing paper industry. Each year, the Stanley O. Styles Nominations Committee selects an industry leader who has made a positive...
Have you ever thought about ways you can build better customer relationships? Either with either your current customers or your prospects in your print business? There are a number of ways to do this beyond the five ways in this blog post. However, these five have had a...
The Postal Service recently released its annual Household Diary Survey, a market research study of the mail sent and received by American households. At nearly 400 pages the study covers mail trends during the Postal Service’s 2013 fiscal year. Let’s take a look...
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