Since the economic upturn began post-recession, overall warehouse demand within the supply chain has outpaced supply. Many industry insiders believe that supply is beginning to catch up with demand. Yet managing inventory, warehouse space and transportation remains important.
Penske Logistics Europe has received an Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) license from the Tax and Customs Administration in The Netherlands, which will benefit the import and export needs of its customers. The company has been designated with an AEO-Full (AEOF) license, which combines both customs simplification (AEOC) and security and safety (AEOS).
Within the supply chain, disruptions are inevitable. When handled improperly, they can affect service levels and add costs. That’s why it’s critical to proactively identify disruptions. By implementing a robust process and taking action when shipments don’t go as planned, you can effectively manage distressed loads.
Penske Truck Leasing has opened a new metro Houston location, in Katy, Texas. Located at 517 Stonegate Drive, it has full-service truck leasing, consumer and commercial truck rental and contract truck fleet maintenance services. The facility features four services bays in a 20,000-square-foot building on 2.5 acres.
Saying “I Love You” with candy and flowers this Valentine’s Day has become a little easier thanks to Penske Logistics’ Transportation Management Services.
The seventh edition of the Penske Truck Rental Top Moving Destinations list contains a number of familiar markets across the United States, with Atlanta once again in the top position. Making an appearance in the top 10 for the first time since 2012 is Charlotte. Interestingly, only three states (Georgia, Florida and Texas) account for half of the placements.
America’s railroad system winds along 140,000 miles of track, traveling through communities large and small and meeting truck drivers and passenger motorists at one of 212,000 railroad crossings each day.