With its subscription-based clothing rental model, Gwynnie Bee is tailoring the rules of e-commerce to make fashion fulfillment a perfect fit.
Technology is enabling an unprecedented level of transparency and communication to help shippers and their logistics providers understand each other’s operations, and collaborate in ways that were much more difficult in the past.
Saving a few bucks doesn’t always mean throwing the customer under the bus.
Six Sigma helps electronic products company Jabil run like a lean, green manufacturing machine.
Tired of relying on e-mail blasts to place freight, L.B. Foster ups its game with a third-party solution that has transformed the enterprise.
Before entering the international trade arena, shippers must understand the stakes involved in regulatory compliance.
Areas like Northeast Florida actively work to make their local climate a business-friendly one.
Whirlpool is taking a page out of its Lean production manual and following Penske’s lead to create a more flexible and responsive North American supply chain.
Vendor Managed Inventory is shaking off its old-school image and regaining popularity thanks to improved technology, robust communication, tighter demand signal linkage, and a new openness to collaboration that has turbo-charged enterprise benefits.
A review of the important mile markers in supply chain management that brought us to present day shows we have made progress, but there is more work to be done.