Planners use sophisticated supply chain modeling and simulation to gauge the results of decisions before enacting them and to prepare for a range of possible scenarios. The result is better-prepared companies with a more clear view of themselves and their futures.
Readers weigh in on the future of drones in last-mile logistics.
Launching a cost cutting, productivity-enhancing, or sustainability initiative creates efficiencies with environmental benefits and cost reductions.
The best solutions provide clear, regularly reported metrics not just to the shipper, but also to the carriers themselves.
Operators want their solutions to be collaborative and easily integrated with other systems, and providing visibility in the yard should be easy.
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Profile of John Fay, CEO of the electronic supply chain platform, INTTRA.
Jim Lambo, director of supplier management and procurement at Insitu, manages procurement and suppliers for all goods and services.
When inclement weather affects visibility or traction, commercial drivers must reduce speed and cease operations when those conditions become sufficiently dangerous.
Even though the rollout of the Automated Commercial Environment has had a bevy of delays, quicker and easier data access will benefit government agencies and the trading industry.