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Supply Chain

By Michael Gravier · December 7, 2017
The coming year will be a watershed for the digitization of global supply chains as companies respond to new initiatives enacted by governments and inter-governmental organizations. These trends fall into three categories: facilitating participation, reducing uncertainty and the rise of digital matching.
By Patrick Burnson · December 5, 2017
According to The International Air Transport Association (IATA), the inventory-to-sales ratio in the U.S. is “tracking sideways,” signaling that the period when companies look to restock inventories quickly—which often gives air cargo a boost—has ended.
By Kushal Nahat · December 1, 2017
CxOs plan their operations in order to meet the demand fluctuations. Flexible automation solutions increase the agility and elasticity of the logistics infrastructure to meet market fluctuations, cost effectively. These trends with shape the Supply Chain market in 2017
By MMH Staff · November 29, 2017
ALAN coordinates hundreds of supply chain businesses worldwide that volunteer resources to help move goods to communities affected by disaster.
By MMH Staff · November 29, 2017
Global environmental disclosure platform recognizes Brambles as one of the six global leaders in fighting supply-chain deforestation.
By Mark Dohnalek · November 27, 2017
New ideas and concepts can come from anywhere – not just Board Rooms. And, while we’ve always known this, proof is in the success of online platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo where enterprising designers communicate ideas, collect funds and feedback to create new products or enhance current solutions.
By Patrick Burnson · November 21, 2017
In an exclusive interview, executives expand on global giant's mission and forecast
By Xiaofan Xu and Maria Rey · November 20, 2017
Inventory management gets complicated when a company keeps numerous SKUs with unique product characteristics. This is especially true for medical device companies.
By Jeff Berman · November 15, 2017
Online sales create instant short-term demand for warehouse and distribution center space, a potential headache for retailers.
By MMH Staff · November 9, 2017
Rockwell donated $1.7 million toward multidisciplinary institute focused on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
By Michael Gravier · November 3, 2017
Leveraging buying or selling power is the go-to strategy prescription, yet too seldom are its perverse long-term incentives recognized.
By SCMR Staff · October 30, 2017
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is launching a master’s degree program in supply chain management this fall.
By Mark Dohnalek · October 30, 2017
Today’s manufacturing and supply chain landscape is prominently characterized by two seemingly competing forces: globalization and localization
By MMH Staff · October 26, 2017
Just 15 months after its launch, the CLTD (Certified in Logistics, Transportation and Distribution) credential surpassed 1,000 certifications.
By Patrick Burnson · October 20, 2017
The proliferation of digital supply chain management solutions has put even more pressure on global supply chain managers to set up freight transportation networks in regions that many may have never even visited. In turn, today’s freight forwarders now need to ramp up their value-added visibility services in an effort to boost revenues and put shippers at ease.

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