Becker Logistics Blog Word Aflame Tabernacle Church Fire

Word Aflame Tabernacle Church Fire

In September 2019, Becker Logistics was recognized for a very generous donation Jim Becker made on behalf of Becker to Word Aflame Tabernacle Church in Grayson, GA. On November 11, 2018 the church was severely damaged after a heater caught fire. The church was locked and unattended at the time; the fire was discovered while

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Becker Logistics Blog Young Supply Chain Professionals: Casie McClearen

Young Supply Chain Professionals: Casie McClearen

Join us in congratulating Casie McClearen, one of our Account Managers in our St. Louis, Missouri office on being chosen as the Director of Development on the board of the Young Supply Chain Professionals of St. Louis! Young Supply Chain Professionals, or YSCP, is an organization sponsored by the Transportation Club of St. Louis. The

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Becker Logistics Blog - Transparency in Business

Transparency in Business

There are few feelings worse than the frustration associated with knowing that someone isn’t telling you something. Within the logistics industry, and particularly for third-party logistics companies, acting as the in-between requires a great deal of transparency to promote consistent communication and to ensure that all information that is necessary is provided. At Becker Logistics,

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Becker Logisitcs Blog cover photo Starting Your Career in Logistics

Starting Your Career in Logistics

With the transportation industry rapidly growing, careers in logistics are becoming increasingly desirable due to the fast-paced nature of the job coupled with the opportunities for growth within the industry. Today, we sit down with Becker Logistics’ recruiter Jessica Olenick to discuss the qualifications, recommended experiences, and tips for entering the logistics industry. When applying

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How to Face High Customer Concentration

Within the logistics industry, and particularly for freight brokers or third-party logistics companies, having a high customer concentration can pose major risks to a company’s overall growth rate and revenue. Essentially, customer concentration is a measure of the distribution of revenue within a company’s customer base. While this can yield large amounts of consistent revenue,

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