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Supply Chain

By MMH Staff · October 18, 2018
Every natural -- or man-made -- disaster teaches supply chain managers and their organizations new lessons.
By MMH Staff · October 18, 2018
A targeted list from the American Logistics Aid Network coordinates those in need with companies able to supply warehousing, forklifts or transportation.
By Frank Meerkamp · October 12, 2018
Intelligent technology, including AI and machine learning enables goal to be attained over time through self-learning, predicting, prescribing and optimizing supply-chain performance automatically across business functions.
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By Patrick Burnson · October 9, 2018
As rates for container and handy-size bulk carriers have escalated, these operators have been discouraged from competing for breakbulk cargo. This is good news for breakbulk shippers and the network of domestic ports reliant on their business.
By Patrick Burnson · October 8, 2018
Signs of a turnaround in the prospects of global container shipping companies began surfacing last July when rates began creeping up through the Peak Season. Overcapacity, however, continues to haunt the industry and may keep it from a sustainable recovery. Article includes a list of the Top 25 Carriers in Waterbourne Imports.
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 SCMR Staff · October 3, 2018
Among the highlights of the APICS 2018 supply chain conference was the presentation of “Awards of Excellence” to four deserving leaders who have made significant contributions to the industry this year.
By Geraldine Felicio and Deepika Sharma · October 2, 2018
In an age where customers are expecting faster deliveries and increased flexibility, consumer packaged goods companies are constantly looking to evolve their supply chains.
By SCMR Staff · September 27, 2018
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business has appointed Mary Long as the new managing director of the Global Supply Chain Institute’s Supply Chain Forum.
By Patrick Burnson · September 26, 2018
The European Shippers’ Council “disapproves” of the mechanism of surcharges that carriers launch to cover the higher rate of lower sulphur fuel. Instead, its’ calling for a dialogue with carriers to find the best mechanism to share the costs.
By Gary Forger, special projects editor · September 19, 2018
Flexibility is the name of the on-demand warehousing game. Sure, it’s in early stages, but the potential is enormous.
By Patrick Burnson · September 19, 2018
A new independent study carried out by research and analyst firm PayStream Advisors found that the most common practices for managing cross-border payments are neither the most efficient nor the most affordable. Instead, they cost organizations heavily in payment fees, time, and manual labor, and can have negative impacts on supply chains and supplier relationships.
By MMH Staff · September 19, 2018
The American Logistics Aid Network continues to receive requests for – and offers of – warehousing and logistics services to support hurricane response.
By Patrick Burnson · September 17, 2018
When San Francisco hosted the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit last week it brought together state and local governments, businesses and citizens from around the world to showcase climate action taking place, thereby demonstrating how the tide has turned in the race against climate change.

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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....