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By Patrick Burnson · January 25, 2018
While supply chain managers have been slow to integrate digitization in the procurement function, the trend may finally be gaining traction, says a new report.
By Kai Hoberg and Christine Herdmann · January 25, 2018
Smart replenishment systems that continuously track inventories at the point-of-consumption (POC) are powerful technologies that can radically change supply chains.
By Ken Cottrill, Research Principle at Chain Business Insights · January 25, 2018
Blockchain is still a largely unproven innovation in the supply chain, but it’s also one that companies can’t afford to ignore.
By John Santagate · January 25, 2018
Long a fixture on the factory floor, a new generation of robots are ready for a broader range of applications. The only thing standing in their way is end-user adoption.
By Darren Prokop · January 25, 2018
Done right, economies of scale can lower a carrier’s average costs and the freight rates charged to their customers. Getting it right is a balance.
By Sumantra Sengupta · January 25, 2018
Enabling the global promise of fresh food requires a new framework IF YOU FREQUENT TRENDY RESTAURANTS or shop at your
By Sean Monahan and Michael Hu · January 25, 2018
Just as electricity transformed every industry 100 years ago, Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is poised to transform every industry in the coming decade.
By Bob Trebilcock · January 25, 2018
If you frequent supply chain conferences, as I do, you’ve probably noticed that some of the best-attended sessions are the ones that focus on emerging technologies—or what we’re calling the NextGen Supply Chain.
By Ken Cottrill, Global Communications Consultant for the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics. · January 25, 2018
In 2015, The Economist magazine famously dubbed blockchain technology “the trust machine” owing to its ability to create trust in business networks. This capability resonates strongly in the supply chain world, where a lack of trust is a major obstacle to high-level collaboration.
By Larry Lapide · January 25, 2018
A look forward—and a look backward—on oil consumption and pricing.
By Bob Trebilcock · December 6, 2017
This is a comprehensive guide to services, products and educational opportunities targeted specifically to supply chain professionals. As with years past, we’re also featuring several articles we trust will offer food for thought in your supply chain throughout the coming year.
By David Widdifield · December 6, 2017
When you look beyond the hype of all the new, innovative services and suppliers in the logistics space and view things through the perspective of the past, we find this delivery service capability has been used efficiently and successfully in the past.
By Patrick Burnson · December 6, 2017
Growth is projected to rise over this year and next in emerging market and developing economies, supported by improved external factors—a benign global financial environment and a recovery in advanced economies.
By Sean Monohan and Michael Zimmerman · December 6, 2017
Buffeted by crosswinds as the pace of change accelerates, the logistics industry is accelerating into uncertainty.
By Steven A. Melnyk · December 6, 2017
The strategic supply chain requires a new kind of leader; one with skills and orientations not currently found in many supply chain managers. Here’s what we need to complete that change, and the steps to get there.

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