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Blogs


By Bob Trebilcock · June 29, 2010
After a tough 2009, the market for mobile computing and wireless solutions is bouncing back, says VDC Research. Participate in a survey and have your voice heard.
By Patrick Burnson · June 29, 2010
Vital international movements of airfreight could be delayed, and costs will increase, because European and U.S. security regulations are incompatible.
By Patrick Burnson · June 28, 2010
Beacon Economics' forecast for the U.S. economy continues to be optimistic - in the short run
By Patrick Burnson · June 28, 2010
For the past seven years, Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) has produced the leading global survey of supply chain progress
By Bob Trebilcock · June 25, 2010
Robotic materials handling is coming to the warehouse and distribution center.
By Patrick Burnson · June 24, 2010
It is with great pleasure that we announce Rosalyn Wilson as a regular blogging contributor to SCMR
By Patrick Burnson · June 23, 2010
The Act-- a legal vestige of American protectionism mandating that all goods transported between U.S. ports to be built, owned, and operated by U.S. vessels – has been waived in the recent past when Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 22, 2010
Get ready for RFID in the cloud, says VDC's Drew Nathanson.
By Jeff Berman · June 21, 2010
Greetings from Atlanta. I am at the eyefortransport 3PL Summit. This is the fifth year I have made the trip down from New England for this event.
By Robert A Rudzki · June 21, 2010
Many potential procurement council members are interested in participating, as long as someone else takes a leadership role.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 18, 2010
Visualization - using graphical images on a screen - could be the next step forward in WMS technology, according to Tecsys and Next View Software.
By Patrick Burnson · June 17, 2010
A new report examining “sustainable supply chains” posits that in the aftermath of the recession, budgets are still tight and initiatives are being heavily scrutinized for ROI.
By Patrick Burnson · June 17, 2010
While most shipping analysts maintain that the undervalued Chinese Yuan should still be a concern for U.S. exporters, there are those who say that surging demand may make it less of an issue in the near future.
By Patrick Burnson · June 15, 2010
While we have observed that Southern California ports have gained market share in recent months due to a surge in Asian exports, it is worth noting that the outbound ocean cargo gateways in China are also thriving.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 15, 2010
Modern spent the day with MVS Fulfillment, a New England 3PL, to see how small distributors are coping with the recession, off-shoring and customer service.

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