Enabling a holistic, integrated approach to managing global supplier risks allows companies to minimize risks, protect brand integrity, and reduce supply chain costs.
Supply chain ‘modeling’ replicates real-world events; Retailers and manufacturers make the jump to RFID; U.S. trucking industry sees better utilization and financial results; Data analytics is a big growth market.
A yard management system allows greater visibility with key yard information at a glance, and reporting metrics to improve the operation and save money.
Judi Griffin, director of logistics at Burkhart Dental, is responsible for three distribution centers, purchasing and customer service teams, and inbound and outbound freight costs.
In the face of increasing capacity issues, carriers prefer to work with shippers that will support their business needs
Fleet management platforms represent the evolution of location information.
To break the cycle of needless, duplicative logistics costs, many competitors are choosing to work in tandem.
Today’s supply chain environment is more complex than ever, and it is important for business partners to work together across the value chain with the intent to maximize the benefit to their customers .
This story looks at the role technology plays in the value that various third-party logistics (3PL) providers offer to their shipper customers.
Supply management professionals are increasingly accepting cross-functional cooperation in purchasing, supply management, production and inventory control to optimize overall company performance and increase competitiveness.