Moody’s weighs in on insurance risks supply chains face today

Wednesday, June 12, 2024 · Brian Straight
A report from Moody’s has identified areas of the supply chain where insurers are most concerned.

The rise of customer-centric supply chains

Tuesday, June 11, 2024 · Brian Straight
Changing customer demands are putting more pressure on supply chains. In response, more companies are putting the customer at the center of supply chain design.

Is the market stabilizing? Shippers are optimistic

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 · Brian Straight
Even as new data suggests freight shipments continue to slide, shippers in BlueGrace Logistics Index are feeling better about the remainder of the year.

Inflation continues to have a wide-ranging impact on supply chains

Monday, May 13, 2024 · Brian Straight
Inflation continues to impact various areas of supply chains, which are still dealing with ongoing disruptions, a Blue Yonder executive survey has found.

Technology’s role in mending supply chain fragility after recent disruptions

Thursday, April 25, 2024 · Tony Harris
With the help of digital tools and a collaborative business network, businesses can home in on potential impacts from unavoidable disruptions and ensure all stakeholders are prepared for whatever comes next.

Cargo Shipping Remains on Hold in Baltimore Following Bridge Collapse

Wednesday, March 27, 2024 · Andy Gray
Commercial shipping traffic into and out of the Port of Baltimore remains on hold following the collapse of a bridge in the region on Tuesday.



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