This white paper details how to anticipate and mitigate the risks of potential supply chain disruptions.
Using five out-of-the-ordinary scenarios, it describes what can be done to prepare for disruptions in advance when possible or how to mitigate their effects after the event if necessary.
Like other strategic functions in the enterprise, procurement’s role continues to evolve, and procurement leaders and organizations are now tasked with increasing responsibilities from addressing more complex spend categories to taking a more active role in managing risk and compliance.
The average American worker is edging up against a boundary of productivity that places a ceiling on how efficient companies such as manufacturers can be.
Supply chain managers are missing a huge opportunity by not better leveraging the technology of today’s drayage brokers to further improve efficiency and mitigate risks and liabilities
Diesel prices dropped for the second straight week, with the average price per gallon falling 0.8 cents to $3.71, according to the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration.