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Getting stock levels right has always challenged retailers. But now, a revolution in customers' shopping habits has rendered all traditional inventory management tactics inadequate.
Today's retailers need to look upstream in the supply chain network to solve inventory problems. Retailers must become more aware of all their operations. That means having detailed information about their entire supply chain network.
By having the visibility and communication tools to make quick changes, a supply chain can parry any sudden demand shifts with ease.
During this webcast, we'll look at some of the disruptors that supply chains are facing today – port congestion, changing economics, M&A activity, and consumer demand – and show how innovation is turning the tide for small and large companies alike.
BNSF said that its 2015 capital expenditures will be allocated towards various areas of its business, including maintenance and expansion of the railroad to meet the expected demand for freight rail service, with 2015 representing the third straight year BNSF has invested a record annual capital expenditures investment.