February’s Final Mile: Closing Myths’ Mouths to Close out the Month

Here we are again! Those extra few hours a year we’ve traveled around the sun have caught up to us yet again. March can hold its horses for just a blip because February, this is your day to shine! Maybe you’ve heard a few myths about leap years, such as those with a February 29th […]

Stop, Drop, and on a Roll: What’s Stopping, Slowing, and Going?

Fancy seeing you here at the intersection of Service and Technology. We have a bit of a different take on your average traffic report. Today, we are taking our theme from a color scheme – Our nectar from a traffic director. You love it; you hate it, but we all need it. It’s the stoplight! In the spirit of stop, slow, and go, let’s find out what’s ceasing, decreasing, and increasing as spring approaches.

Blue Forty-Two: A Wild Season for Quarterbacks, Head Coaches, and Final Mile

Blue Forty-Two: A Wild Season for Quarterbacks, Head Coaches, and Final Mile

The 2023 National Football League season has been more than a heartbreaker. For some, it’s been a finger breaker, a wrist wrecker, and the Achilles to their own Achilles. A shocking seven starting quarterbacks have been forced to take a warm, yet unenvied seat on the bench due to season-ending injuries. In addition to player […]

Banana Split: Nuts About Supply Chains

Simply put, if supply chains stopped tomorrow what would it take to build your own banana split? It’s so easy to take Supply Chain Logistics for granted: We flick casually through aisles of flan, fajitas, fried chicken, fondue, flounder, and frosting. It’s not just food: 97 percent of American clothing is made abroad– China, India, […]

Bean Counter: Shift in Soybean Exports Bodes Well for US Trade

South East Asia’s emerging E-commerce market has extraordinary ramifications for the US exports logistics industry and geo-political currency. Specifically, this expansion will positively impact the Pennsylvania’s agrarian market positively, which ranks in the top ten states for exports overall and will likely see a marked increase as this market expands.   “In 2018, Pennsylvania exported […]

Chipped Logistics Out of China

The automotive industry has been feeling pressure for the duration of the pandemic– with used car prices rising a staggering forty percent across the United States, USA Today reports. The biggest issues is that Chinese chip production has been slow to rebound, which is compounded by the continued COVID-19 lockdown related supply chain issues. “The […]

Choose Blue Eagle Logistics And Avoid Bad Customer Service Like The Plague

A Plague on Both Your Houses: Getting Shipping Right from HAZMAT To High School Science Projects. The spread of the Bubonic Plague is still the most devastating event recorded in human history: It decimated seventy percent of the population in some parts of Europe, with death ensuing in less than half a day in some […]

Blue Eagle: The Logical Choice Across the Board

At Blue Eagle we recognize that it’s imperative to make investments in both world-class technology and in our top-industry talent. It’s this tandem-investment that sets us apart as the very top shipping logistics provider in our region. King Richard the Lionhearted of England. Alfonso the Wise of Spain. Ivan the Terrible of Russia. Were all […]