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    • 11.7.19
    • News, Insights

    DSC Insights: October 2019

    • 11.6.19
    • News

    DSC launches new on-demand flex labor solution with HapiGig

    • 10.31.19
    • News

    DSC Advisory Board Chairman receives Salzberg Medallion at Syracuse University

    • 10.22.19
    • News

    Founder’s Day celebrated across the DSC Logistics network

    • 10.15.19
    • News

    DSC Logistics, CJ Logistics leaders host customers in Seoul

    • 10.9.19
    • News

    DSC leader speaks at Commodity Trends 2020 Outlook event

    • 10.8.19
    • News

    DSC Chief Customer Officer to participate in WERC Webinar on effective 3PL collaboration

    • 10.7.19
    • News

    DSC Logistics seeks experienced sit down forklift operators at facility in Perris, CA

    • 10.4.19
    • News, Insights

    DSC Insights: September 2019

    • 10.1.19
    • News

    DSC Logistics named to 2019 lists of top 3PL providers by Food Logistics and Inbound Logistics

    • 09.30.19
    • News

    Reflections on a future-focused CSCMP EDGE 2019 conference

    • 09.26.19
    • News

    Ann Drake receives Supply Chain Recognition Award

    • 09.25.19
    • News

    DSC COO Michelle Dilley profiled in Inbound Logistics

    • 09.16.19
    • News

    DSC Logistics seeks experienced sit down forklift operators at facility near Columbus, Ohio

DSC Insights: September 2019

In the September edition of DSC Insights

Labor Market: E-Commerce continues to disrupt industry norms. Amazon’s starting minimum wage is $15 per hour, surpassing traditional starting wages. As the labor force tightens, companies are turning to automation and new technology solutions to meet customers’ needs.

Transportation: The U.S. trucker shortage swelled by more than 10,000 to 60,800 in 2018 from a year earlier and is expected to more than double to 160,000 over the next decade, according to the ATA update.

In News: Tariffs could cause Amazon and Wayfair to raise their prices, directly impacting U.S. consumers. Spot markets are likely to tighten due to the aftermath of Dorian in order to get freight back on track. The USMCA promises streamlined shipments and customs if the proposed trade deal passes through congress.


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