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Comprehensive information on education for supply chain management careers including university programs, online courses, internships, training and certification.


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Supply Chains in Advanced Markets Should Become More Agile, Says Atradius
Higher inflation, falling unemployment, and strengthening Purchasing Manager Indices all suggest higher GDP growth in advanced markets.
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New College Grads Can’t Fill Your Talent Gap
The supply chain industry is undoubtedly growing. But Baby-Boomer retirement, higher supply chain...

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<p>Students from Oakland Schools’ Technical Campus in Royal Oak visit Madison Heights auto supplier Henkel North America during Manufacturing Day in Oakland County last October. Henkel provides adhesive, sealant and protective coating technologies to the auto industry.</p> By MMH Staff · October 4, 2017
Students will tour facilities and participate in interactive presentations of in-demand skills and advanced manufacturing jobs throughout Metro Detroit.
By SCMR Staff · October 2, 2017
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (MIT CTL) is providing MIT CTL’s ground-breaking MITx MicroMasters Credential in Supply Chain Management courses to employees in GE’s Operations Management Leadership Program.
<p>Apex Tool Group associates prepare to ship thousands of demolition and construction tools to be used in recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey. Behind them are just some of the 50-plus pallets of tools, which represent an in-kind donation valued at $110,000.</p> By MMH Staff · September 20, 2017
$340,000 in in-kind donations made to nonprofits ToolBank USA, Houston ToolBank and Trusted World.
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · September 13, 2017
This webinar introduces a new framework to help supply chain leaders put structure around essential performance drivers like resource management and investment, as well as talent development.
By Jennifer Daniels, Joe Tillman, Bob Trebilcock and Judd Aschenbrand · September 1, 2017
Forget the stereotypes you’ve heard about Millennials in the workplace. New research from SCMR, APICS and APQC finds that the next generation is engaged and enthused about careers in supply chain management.
By Dr. Davide Luzzini · August 30, 2017
Food crops are cultivated on large-scale as well as small- to medium-size farms, and both models have pros and cons. There also is a middle ground option that aggregates the output from smaller growers, especially in Europe.
By Sifo Luo · August 23, 2017
The main objective of the biologics supply chain is to guarantee supply continuity. Product shortages can endanger patients’ lives and impact a company's market share.
By MMH Staff · August 23, 2017
The conference, presented in partnership with the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA), is specifically targeted to women working in material handling.
By SCMR Staff · August 18, 2017
APICS, the association for supply chain management, and JD.com, China's largest retailer, signed a strategic memorandum of understanding (MOU) to introduce an omnichannel benchmark system that will advance best practices in the end-to-end supply chain performance of the e-commerce industry.
By MMH Staff · August 16, 2017
Industry association releases annual list of members for leadership roles.
By Michael Gravier · August 14, 2017
Supply Chains are in danger – they haven’t caught up with the last technological revolution, amidst all the hoopla and hope surrounding the next economic revolution’s productivity and efficiency advantages, nobody is talking about what it means for the future role of supply chain managers.
By Dr. Alexander Hübner and Manuel Ostermeier · August 7, 2017
Groceries need to be stored and transported at different temperatures depending on the nature of each product – so why not rationalize the distribution of these items by accommodating different temperature zones in the same truck?
By Bridget McCrea · July 25, 2017
Here are six supply chain certification trends to watch in 2017…and beyond.
By Caroline Bleggi and Frederick (Qian) Zhou · July 17, 2017
This research offers a strategic review of groups of freight attributes that contribute to performance outcome.
By MMH Staff · June 29, 2017
Top Cold War diplomat at the NATO Desk at the State Department turns industry certification leader for front-line production work.

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Supply Chains in Advanced Markets Should Become More Agile, Says Atradius
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