Packaging Packaging is so much more than placing products in a box and hoping that it reaches its destination on time and undamaged. In truth, the packaging process is heavily regulated and must meet strict federal guidelines. Many products – particularly food grade items and consumer goods – must be kept at an ideal temperature…
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Profile of Tim O’Brien, senior director, supply chain, with Purchasing Power, a specialty e-commerce retailer that provides goods and services to customers who make payments through payroll deductions
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Recent books shed light on various aspects of supply chain, logistics, and transportation management.
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Transaction and shipment exceptions are common, so businesses must be able to account for these variables by enabling a proactive supply chain.
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