NRF’s Big Show unveils trends in the retail industry; Local couriers provide a solution to capacity constraints and empower same-day delivery; Ocean carrier industry beset by imbalances; Global RFID market primed for robust growth; Shippers plan for supply chain exceptions
Logistics managers support inbound supply chains by informing company leaders about the effect of vendor non-compliance.
Managing supply chain partnerships strategically improves their viability and reliability.
TOTO’s sustainability commitment covers its entire supply chain; Congestion on U.S. roadways costs the trucking industry $9.2 billion, 141 million hours of lost productivity; US tabbed “rising star,” ranks second to China for manufacturing competitiveness; Supply chain strategy and business strategy integration is key to cost reduction and customer service; Amazon explores last-mile delivery network
Port of Los Angeles targets $3 billion for infrastructure investment; Montreal-based Fednav uses drones to scout shipping conditions; U.S. manufacturing renaissance faces a skilled labor shortage; Apple tops Gartner’s Top 25 Supply Chain list for the seventh consecutive year.
A panel of supply chain experts address questions related to ensuring supplier compliance.
Transportation forecasting lets shippers collaborate with carriers to identify capacity gaps and reallocate assets.
New supply chain and logistics books help logistics professionals thaw out their skills after a brutal winter.
When a natural disaster hits, consumers rely on home improvement stores for the products they need to repair or rebuild.
Kevin X. Jones, vice president of inbound transportation at Walmart, focuses on building transportation synergies.