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Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2018

As a USA trucking company, we are proud to celebrate National Truck Driver Appreciation Week. According to the American Trucking Associations, "National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, September 9-15, 2018, is when America’s trucking industry takes the time to honor...

Alabama Intermodal and Drayage Services: The Right Time and Place

Coordinating a global shipment requires aligning many operations in advance. One activity involves moving the product from the arrival port to the next destination as quickly as possible after customs clearance to avoid unnecessary demurrage charges. Transferring a...

Automotive Manufacturers Lean on Local Companies to Thrive

During the second half of the 20th Century, an all-encompassing business philosophy named Total Quality Management (TQM) evolved, most notably in Japan. It heralded the coordination of all disciplines within the value chain to focus only on the primary objectives of...

3PL in 2018: Do Freight Brokers Get a Bad Rep?

As in any industry, freight brokers come in differing levels of competency and professionalism. Successful and long-standing brokers have succeeded in delivering value, expertise, and timely service while regularly satisfying their clients with an efficient means...

How to Identify Gaps in Your Logistics Process

While many supply chains can benefit from improved processes, logistics managers should be careful to identify the real causes and effects that impact the effectiveness of their product movement. Warehouse operations, order management, technology utilization,...

8 Reasons to Find a New Logistics Provider

Logistics components are a significant contributor to any product’s final cost and, as such, those factors play an essential part in any company’s competitiveness and profitability. While supply chain managers work diligently to identify and eliminate all wasteful...

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BR Williams Earns SmartWay Eco Certification

As an ISO-9001 certified supply chain management, warehousing services, and 3rd-Party logistics (3PL) provider, BR Williams Tucking of Oxford, Alabama, understands the importance of reducing their carbon footprint and maintaining a sustainable business. Minimizing...

Alabama Logistics Company Earns ISO Certification

Recently, the BR Williams Logistics Services Division, headquartered in Oxford, Alabama, was awarded ISO 9001:2015. Certification by the global organization, NSF-ISR, the gold standard of the quality certification industry, is reserved for only the top companies in...

BR Williams Celebrates 60 Years in Trucking and Logistics

In 1958, BR Williams Trucking, Inc began with one man, one truck, and one dream. That man was Bill Williams.  After losing his life in an on-site fire, Bill’s wife, Ruth Williams, fearlessly took charge and ran the business during a tumultuous time for women in...

BR Williams Releases “Logistics Industry Report 2017-2018″

This month, BR Williams, a supply chain, logistics, and trucking company in Alabama, released its “Trucking Company Industry Report 2017-2018” outlining current trends, implications, and future recommendations as we approach 2018. The report, created by BR Williams...

BR Williams Mobile, AL Distribution Center Port Services Expanded

BR Williams, a full-service supply chain management company, is expanding services within its Mobile, AL distribution center to ensure clients utilizing the Port for intermodal, drayage and supply chain services have sufficient options. Headquartered in Oxford, AL and...