Discover Manhattan Associates in the news. Below you’ll find recent articles and media coverage of Manhattan Associates, our supply chain solutions, and our customers. From supply chain trade magazines to regional, national and international business publications, read what the press has to say about supply chain management.
Logistics Viewpoints, December 3, 2013 by Mike Mulqueen - Logistics Viewpoints Publishes Exclusive Byline from Manhattan Senior Director Mike Mulqueen
In an exclusive byline for Logistics Viewpoints, Manhattan Senior Director Mike Mulqueen explores strategies for the coming capacity shortage in, "How to Become a Preferred Shipper"
Commercial Carrier Journal, October 10, 2013 by Aaron Huff - TransAm Trucking uses optimization software to match the loads in its network with available equipment and drivers. The software, Driver&Load from Manhattan Associates, instantly analyzes a large dataset of load origins and destinations, transit times, empty miles, available driving hours and much more.
Transport Topics, August 31, 2013 by Daniel Bearth - Transport Topics interviews United Stationers about the use of Manhattan Carrier Management solutions, and how it's helped secure capacity needs.
Commercial Carrier Journal, June 28, 2013 by Aaron Huff - Gone are the days of limiting the information fleets can share between the office and remote systems. Because of the convergence of enterprise software, mobile systems and business analytics, the same high-powered information and analytics available to managers in the office also can be visible instantly to drivers viewing in-cab touchscreen displays.
Commercial Carrier Journal, May 20, 2013 by Aaron Huff - The Washington based Gordon Trucking uses Manhattan’s Associates Carrier Management Solution, Profit Analyzer to make predictions on customer demand. “Our customer demand is not smooth,” says Steve Gordon, chief operating officer. “We are reacting to those increases and decreases in volume. It is important to us to position our assets in the right market at the right time.”
The ability to predict freight patterns and volume is invaluable in the trucking business. Each accurate prediction saves the company money by filling trucks to maximize efficiency.
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Commercial Carrier Journal, April 1, 2012 by Aaron Huff - Pittsburgh-based Pitt Ohio, one of the nation’s largest less than truckload (LTL) providers, announced the selection of Manhattan Associates’ SuperSpin to optimize its linehaul network.