Companies can save money by combining shipping loads with those of other companies in a strategy referred to as co-loading, James Cooke writes. The process can be complex, but transportation management systems and third-party logistics providers can help. Legal concerns and other issues have prevented the practice from becoming more widespread, Cooke notes.
Is co-loading the way of the future?
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