In a few short months, the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate for truck drivers has unveiled a host of inefficiencies in US supply chains. Transit times for shipments have grown longer, especially in lanes ranging from 450 to 550 miles, as drivers keep a tighter rein on their hours. That is spurring innovation aimed at improving time management within supply chains.
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