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Three Steps to a Smoother 2023

Did you know that 70% of goods traveling across the country travel by truck? The new year brings fresh challenges to logistics, so as the US continues to battle inflation and rising costs of fuel, insurance, and transportation, we look at three ways you can

Top Freight Transportation Challenges and How We Help Solve Them

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted significant challenges facing the US transportation and logistics sector. In 2022, shipping and trucking were presented with numerous obstacles (some new and others all too familiar), which, according to the experts, will likely remain as we head into 2023.  Here are

logistics specialist working in a warehouse

Types of Logistics

Logistics is often lumped together with various supply chain-related terms like distribution, operations, and more, but as we’ve clarified in a previous blog, logistics is its own realm. Today, we will dive into the three types of logistics previously mentioned to understand better what logistics

Logistics vs. transportation

The Difference Between Logistics and Distribution

When delving into supply chain management, plenty of terms circulate and cause some confusion, especially when this area of business isn’t your specialty. A distinction we often see fit to make is the difference between logistics and distribution, which are sometimes used interchangeably. However, they

Logistics broker working with clients

3 Benefits of Using a Logistics Broker

Logistics brokers aren’t new, but many companies still don’t utilize them. They think they can handle the work independently and don’t want to include a third-party helper. We’re here to bust that myth and explain the benefits of using a logistics broker to help your

Broker Logistics Coordinator

What is Brokerage Logistics?

ABCO Logistics is a newly established sister company of American Distribution Services. ABCO Logistics was born out of necessity to handle the logistics of American Distribution to help facilitate shipments quickly and efficiently to all 48 contiguous states.  In a previous blog, we’ve introduced who