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The 2016 US Presidential election brings concerns about tariffs and protectionism. Both sides of the political aisle have shifted away from free-trade sentiment and the impact is expected to be significant.
Join MIT's Jim Rice as he leads a spirited discussion with senior supply chain leaders from Micron and IBM. They'll not only address the risks and vulnerabilities associated with operating in the Pacific Ring of Fire, but discuss the strategies they are utilizing across their supply chains.
While the trucking industry outlook remains bright—the American Trucking Associations predicts freight tonnage to grow 28.6 percent and revenue a healthy 74.5 percent over the next 10 years —trucking, like other logistics modes, seems to be at the beginning of a period of digital disruption.
Large retail chains are increasingly faced with the question of how to develop an ideal product assortment policy to optimize sales. This issue is particularly challenging for retailers that have traditionally served customers in large cities, but are looking to serve a broader group of customers in smaller towns.