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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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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 Andrea J. Fonte Weaver · September 14, 2018
With 10,000 Americans turning 65 daily, it is essential we have programs in place to transfer their institutional knowledge and skills to our younger workforce.
By MMH Staff · September 6, 2018
Walmart to sponsor efforts to promote modern manufacturing and jumpstart new approaches to growing manufacturing talent.
By MMH Staff · September 5, 2018
The tax-free educational assistance program includes payments for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment for eligible individuals.
By Stan Aronow · September 5, 2018
Gartner unveiled the 14th annual global Supply Chain Top 25, identifying supply chain leaders and highlighting their best practices for heads of supply chain and strategy organizations.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2018
Toyota Material Handling North America (TMHNA) announced it has begun accepting applications for the third annual TMHNA University Research Program, a sponsored research program created to drive and advance the next generation of material handling industry technology.
By MMH Staff · September 4, 2018
The Amazing Packaging Race, from show producer PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, brings students and exhibitors together on the final day of the show as student teams complete a series of challenges across the 1.2 million net-square-feet of exhibit space.
By Patrick Burnson · August 20, 2018
California’s Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, in conjunction with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, released the results of a California Cybersecurity Labor Market Analysis and Statewide Survey last week.
By Patrick Burnson · August 14, 2018
“The rising tensions have made it more difficult to start moving away from the "easy money" policies introduced at the beginning of the Great Recession."
By Sittipat Assavaniwej and Aline Ingberman · August 14, 2018
The advent of 3D printing (sometimes called additive manufacturing or AM) could potentially disrupt the traditional metalworking process.
By Patrick Burnson · August 13, 2018
An exhaustive discussion on the benefits and perils of digitized supply chains took place at the USC Marshall 6th Annual Global Supply Chain Excellence Summit in Los Angeles. But if a single conclusion surfaced after the premier Pacific Rim event, it was this: end-to-end transparency can be too much of a good thing if it undermines trust.
<p>(L-R) Jeff Peterson, director of manufacturing at KION North America; Marcus Gore, youth apprentice; David Brown, director of human resources at KION North America.</p>

By MMH Staff · August 9, 2018
The program gives selected students the opportunity to earn while they learn through paid on-the-job training under the direction of an industry mentor.
By Michael Gravier · August 8, 2018
There are legitimate gripes against the way some of our major trading partners do commerce with the United States.
By MMH Staff · August 7, 2018
Highlights form the 2018 IMHRC include a tour of the Port of Savannah, international research collaborations, and opportunities to connect research to industry thought leadership.
By MMH Staff · August 7, 2018
Educators build curriculum and connect with their peers during the annual MHI CTE Educators Summit

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