Collaborative risk management helps automakers and their supply chain partners protect against disruptions.
Processing defective returns and overstocks quickly helps retailers maximize the recovery rate on this inventory.
These five components are key for companies who want to streamline their international supply chain.
George Calvert of Amway explains how the company’s supply chain strategy supports its business model.
Supply chains must develop strategies for reducing risk related to climate change, such as drought and extreme weather.
Shifting production closer to the U.S. can benefit supply chains, but nearshoring also presents obstacles.
Programs such as vendor managed inventory (VMI) and efficient consumer response (ECR) fuel supply chain growth.
Jason Shefrin, executive vice president, global sourcing, at InterDesign Inc. streamlines global operations.
Inbound Logistics Editor Felecia Stratton discusses the merits of supply chain continuing education.
Global trade management (GTM) solutions help coordinate trade compliance, and allow trading partners to share data.