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:

BlueGrace VP Randy Ofiara on WGN Radio
The news for the week was Tesla, but isn’t it always? This time the discussion was around Elon Musk’s comments
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Understanding the Capacity Effects of the ELD Mandate
Want A Free Supply Chain Analysis?   Carriers in the trucking industry are still adjusting to the growing pains of
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6 Reasons Why We Must Appreciate Truck Drivers All Year
Every year, from September 9th to 15th, we celebrate Truck Driver Appreciation week to thank the 3 million plus professional
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BlueGrace’s Backpacks Of Hope Goes National
Imagine it’s your first day of school, and you had a wonderful summer filled with family vacations and playing with
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Customs Changes from Trade Tariffs
Trump’s trade talks have created a nervous atmosphere for manufacturers, suppliers, and freight companies. Unsure as to whether there will
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What Can Shippers Do To Stay Competitive?
The e-commerce boom has no doubt stimulated economies internationally, driving demand for consumer goods and creating jobs in its wake.
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Stepping Towards a Digital Supply Chain
Technology is changing the way we look at logistics and, ultimately, the supply chain as a whole. With today’s global
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Growing A Green Supply Chain
“Going Green” has been an action catchphrase for just about every industry over the past decade. Consumers laud companies that
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Hunger Pains from Trucker Shortage
The ongoing driver shortage is nothing new in the U.S. freight industry. As more and more drivers approach the age
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Landed Cost & Vendor Compliance
Want A Free Supply Chain Analysis?   Many shippers think that knowing freight cost as a percentage of goods is
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Chilled Supply Chains
While most supply chains operate on the assumption that if the freight is frozen, something has gone terribly awry. However,
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Tight Capacity Ahead
It’s a good time to be a carrier. With markets running hot, carriers have ample opportunities to pick up freight
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