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Blogs


By Bob Trebilcock · October 19, 2018
To move emerging technologies forward, the materials handling community needs to move beyond pilots and share results
By Bob Trebilcock · October 19, 2018
To move emerging technologies forward, the materials handling community needs to move beyond pilots and share results
By MMH Staff · October 18, 2018
Every natural -- or man-made -- disaster teaches supply chain managers and their organizations new lessons.
By Jeff Berman · October 18, 2018
Research issued by the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI), the research arm of the American Trucking Associations (ATA) in its most recent “Cost of Congestion” analysis shows that congestion added roughly $74.5 billion in operational costs to the trucking industry in 2016, the most recent year for which data is available.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 15, 2018
The good economic times may not last forever
By Bob Trebilcock · October 15, 2018
The good economic times may not last forever
By Patrick Burnson · October 9, 2018
The ongoing expansion of tariffed goods by the Trump Administration is putting the container shipping industry in its “crossfire,” says one prominent international supply chain and logistics expert.
By Jeff Berman · October 8, 2018
While Newsroom Notes was out of the office last week at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals EDGE Conference in Nashville, there were myriad data freight transportation and logistics-related data points issued while I was out.
By Bob Trebilcock · October 5, 2018
APICS’ new name reflects an association focused on the end-to-end supply chain
By Rosemary Coates · October 4, 2018
Each year, the Council of Supply Chain Management San Francisco Roundtable kicks off the fall season with a predictions panel. This year, I was honored to be one of the senior executives on the panel to share my ideas and predictions. Here are three of my predictions for 2019:
By Bob Trebilcock · October 1, 2018
At APICS 2018, Bradley University was awarded the student case competition prize
By Patrick Burnson · October 1, 2018
The Global Shippers Forum has reacted with a loud objection to proposed surcharges for ocean cargo shipping
By Jeff Berman · September 28, 2018
While much of today’s mainstream news, as it relates to the supply chain, is focused on topical trade-related things like tariffs and the future of NAFTA, one constant that remains intact, although it does not receive the commensurate amount of attention, is the state of our nation’s infrastructure.
By Patrick Burnson · September 21, 2018
Just as tensions between the U.S. and several of its trading partners has escalated, a handful of supply chain industry leaders are stepping up to the plate with some solutions for shippers.
By Steven Bowen and Kate Vitasek · September 21, 2018
Supply chain partners that collaborate drive continuous improvement and innovation. But getting there takes a new approach.

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EDITORS' PICKS
Supply Chain Managers Hoping to See Rebound in Global Ocean Cargo Container Sector
The continued rise in fuel prices and chartering rates had a negative impact on the earnings of the...
APICS Awards of Excellence Salutes Prominent Supply Chain Leaders
APICS CEO Abe Eshkenazi noted that there was a “record-breaking” number of nominations in four...

How Inbound Logistics Networks Can Be a New Source of Savings
A capstone research project sponsored by a major CPG company looks at how different supply network...
Damco’s Supply Chain Services Under Maersk Banner Will Be Tracked Closely by Managers
Industry analysts have greeted the news with mixed forecasts....