In early October, UPS said it was in contract talks with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) on new collective bargaining agreements. And yesterday the Teamsters National Negotiating Committee met to set the bargaining agreements to “fight for the contract we deserve.”
Smart companies are using the recession to address supply chain inefficiencies so they will be ready for the economic rebound, writes Kurt Cavano of TradeCard.
A logistician’s resilience is valuable when opportunities are ripe, but it’s invaluable when problems persist, writes Inbound Logistics Editor Felecia Stratton.
Inbound Logistics Senior Writer Joseph O’Reilly’s supply chain travelogue details a year spent visiting logistics and transportation sites and businesses around the country.
Tim Richards of States Logistics Services offers advice on using Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social networking sites to enhance your supply chain.
Industry experts explain the source of some common misperceptions regarding supply chain and logistics lexicon.
A lean manufacturing value chain sometimes carries the risk of falling behind demand, as John Deere discovered, but the alternative can be worse, writes Inbound Logistics Publisher Keith Biondo.
Learn five strategies for keeping your Far East concerns running smoothly.
To move your business along the road to supply chain improvement, take a journey down these 10 paths to innovation.
ProFlowers’ time- and temperature-sensitive shipments create plenty of challenges for John Kuehn, senior vice president of supply chain operations. Here’s how he nips problems in the bud.