Each Friday Tim Ferriss sends out his “5-Bullet Friday” newsletter which is a weekly dose of what he has been enjoying or pondering during the week.
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So each week I will send out my very own version of Tim’s newsletter in the form of a “Weekly Logistics List” email which will provide a list of 5 things that I think will add some value to your week.
The inaugural “Weekly Logistics List” is a list of the top 5 logistics blogs I find interesting and informative – in no particular order:
- Talking Logistics
Talking Logistics is one of the few specialist logistics blogs embracing multi-media for content. Great written content, videos, podcasts and even online courses.
Whilst Cerasis are a transportation management solutions company their blog provides some of the best logistics content out there without being obviously sales and marketing focused. Regular posts are made quite often.
The Loadstar evolved from an airfreight blog and is now a multi modal online news resource for the logistics industry. Provides up to date news on the global 3PL market place with a daily newsletter update and has recently started producing podcasts to add to already impressive array of content.
4. Supply Chain 24/7
Supply Chain 24/7 is an online business resource for Transportation, Distribution, Logistics and Supply Chain professionals. Good content, daily newsletter updates and online community.
5. Logistics Viewpoints
The mission of Logistics Viewpoints is to provide logistics professionals with clear and concise analyses of logistics trends, technologies, and services. Good regular content provided by a number of specialist guest commentators.
The “Weekly Logistics List ” is a weekly email especially curated for logistics and supply chain managers.
Try it out. You can unsubscribe at any time but hopefully you’ll see some value in what I send out each week.
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