These supply chain, logistics, and transportation companies lead the way in supporting sustainability.
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To grow and evolve, shippers of all sizes need the high-quality data provided by modern technologies.
Middle East countries show signs of regional collaboration around transportation and logistics; China’s “red supply chain” threatens Taiwanese semiconductor industry; India looks to Korea as both a model and partner for its economic modernization program; U.S. fashion industry supports extension of African Growth & Opportunity Act; Cuba’s Port of Mariel attracts investment from CMA CGM;…Details
Companies are breaking through functional silos to initiate sweeping sustainability mandates.
When Ocean Spray wanted to reduce its carbon footprint, they found the answers they were looking for from an MBA student.
Shippers should consider partial shipping when looking for faster transit times, less handling, and a more cost-effective solution.
Cost reductions are uncovered from raw materials to end delivery, but companies must focus on its customers to keep them satisfied.
A new study determines the top 15 undergraduate and graduate supply chain management programs in the United States, based on the teaching of technology, software, and quantitative tools used by supply chain professionals, as well as the variety and depth of this coursework.
Aftermarket parts providers must take advantage of innovations in the supply chain to remain competitive in today’s global market.