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Current news, information and trends on supply chain management systems including software, strategies, operations, best practices.

International Air Cargo Association Drives New Partnership With Global Forwarders

Posted 07/26 · 10:05 AM · SCMR Editorial
The IATA-FIATA Air Cargo Program (IFACP) moves decision-making on the rules governing the airline-forwarder relationship away from an airline-led conference to a governance body jointly managed by forwarders and airlines.

“Generational Memory Threshold” May Influence Site Selection

Posted 07/26 · 09:10 AM · SCMR Editorial
Extreme wet or dry conditions can affect buildings, machinery, data centers, transportation networks, supply chains, people and sales.

Supply Chain Spend: Largest U.S. Companies Take on More Debt, Says Recent Survey

Posted 07/22 · 01:55 PM · SCMR Editorial
The largest public companies in the U.S. chose to go even further into debt in 2015 instead of driving cash out of their businesses by improving how they collect from customers, pay suppliers, and manage inventory

MHI Annual Conference to feature tracks on accelerating change in supply chains

Posted 07/20 · 07:35 AM · MMH Editorial
This year, the conference will feature six educational topics and two solutions group education sessions that focus on key themes identified by the US Roadmap for Material Handling & Logistics.

Toyota Material Handling North America launches TMHNA university research program

Posted 07/18 · 01:13 PM · MMH Editorial
TMHNA seeks research proposals from professors or researchers at North American universities to advance engineering and technical fields in the supply chain, logistics and material handling industries.

What are supply chain managers saying?

Posted 07/13 · 11:06 AM · LM Editorial
As the job changes, we asked senior level supply chain managers to tell us what’s on their minds.

APICS Addresses the Supply Chain Talent Gap

Posted 07/11 · 04:52 PM · SCMR Editorial
APICS has further enhanced its reputation as the premier professional association for supply chain managers with its recent launch of the APICS Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD) credential program.
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The Brexit Vote: How It Could Affect U.S. Supply Chains

Posted 07/11 · 02:23 PM · SCMR Editorial
Brexit took a big bite out of the British economy and roiled financial markets across the globe. Market and regulatory uncertainty dampens the outlook for investment and growth, and unfortunately, we can expect a sustained period of uncertainty once exit negotiations begin.

IARW announces 2016 list of largest refrigerated warehouses

Posted 07/07 · 03:51 PM · MMH Editorial
For both the global and North American lists, combined space under management is up more than 8.1%, as compared to the previous year's 6% global growth and 4% North American increase.

Global Shippers’ Forum warns of VGM fee abuse

Posted 07/05 · 04:29 PM · LM Editorial
The new container weighing regulations introduced to enhance maritime safety and reduce the dangers to containerships, their crews and all those involved throughout the maritime supply chain have been welcomed by the the Global Shippers’ Forum, but it now has voiced new concerns about fees.

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