Welcome to The Logistics Blog

The Logistics Blog by BlueGrace is one of the nation’s most recognized freight shipping blogs and industry news sources. The blog covers the company’s latest news, industry expertise, tips, franchise information and more. Check out our latest blog posts:


Coming Up – BlueGrace Logistics 2016 National Conference

  BlueGrace Logistics will be hosting the 2016 National Conference in Tampa, Florida, December 4-6. This will be the 6th installment of the highly anticipated sales training event, but the first time that it will be brought back to the area of where it all started; Tampa Bay. BlueGrace Logistics was founded by CEO & President, […]


Why A Drop in Productivity Might Actually be a Good Thing

While it might seem counterintuitive, the trucking industry is staring down the barrel of a productivity drop that might actually be just the breath of fresh air the industry needs. After slogging through a slump in demand, the aging of the workforce and the lack of recruits to fill in the gaps, as well as […]


The Shrinking Fleet: Why the Trucking Industry is Scaling Down

It’s no secret that the trucking industry has been experiencing some difficulty over the past few years. With new environmental regulations being passed, necessitating the need for newer, more expensive equipment as well as an aging workforce and one of the worst turnover rates of any industry, most trucking companies have already had to knuckle […]


How To Break Into The Booming Logistics Industry, Now!

Are you competitive, hard working, passionate about excellence and caring of others? Are you looking for a new career? Third Party Logistics (3PL) Market size to reach $1,029.47 Billion by 2022 and you could be part of it. BlueGrace Logistics will be hiring 20+ new sales associates for our transportation department over the next few months and […]


Fuel Efficiency: A Slow Move for the Trucking Industry

Trucking Industry Feels Pressure from the EPA With mounting pressure from the EPA for the trucking industry to make a change to their carbon dioxide emissions, one would think that they would be ready to make the shift away from fossil fuels, specifically diesel. Fossil fuels are not only notoriously expensive but also produce a […]