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To Compete With Silicon Valley, Aerospace Firms Start Recruitment in Pre-K

USC mechanical engineering junior Stephanie Balais developed a passion for aerospace after joining the university's AeroDesign team and helping to construct an airplane fuselage hours before transporting the plane to a competition in Kansas. »

Transportation Insight: How To Navigate The Risks In Your Supply Chain

Transportation Insight: How to Navigate the Risks in Your Supply Chain

North American shippers are experiencing seismic shifts in the global supply chain, as customer demand and increased complexity raise the threat of enterprise risk. Supply lines grow longer and competition increases daily, says Rick Brumett, VP of client solutions at Transportation Insight, a... »

Don't Miss IATA's New Dangerous Goods Regulations

Don't Miss IATA's New Dangerous Goods Regulations

Businesses need and want predictability - particularly when it comes to government regulations. So the fact that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) updates its Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods every two years is both a blessing and a curse. A... »

Symphony Retail Solutions Introduces Cloud Tool To Drive Same-Store Revenue

Symphony Retail Solutions, a software and services provider for retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers, has announced Symphony Retail Cloud (SRC), an end-to-end, customer-centric cloud tool for retailers and manufacturers. The tool will be launched at this month's NRF Big Show 2017 in New York. »

Siemens Updates RFID Readers For Closely Packed Spaces

Siemens has updated its Simatic RF300 RFID system by adding three new readers: RF310R, RF340R and RF350R. They are integrated into the Simatic Step 7 engineering systems and the TIA Portal to make commissioning easy, the technology supplier says. »

Here Come Smart Stores With Robots, Interactive Shelves

Tomorrow's retail stores want to take a page from their online rivals by embracing advanced technology - everything from helpful robots to interactive mirrors to shelves embedded with sensors. »

Global Leaders: How The World Of Procurement Will Change In 2017

The year 2016 was a dramatic year for stock markets, world economies and the global population. We have experienced major political events, multiple acts of terrorism, a migrant crisis and, to top it all off, a number of iconic celebrities left us. »

This Winemaker Is Pulling Back The Curtain On The Price Of Wine

This Winemaker Is Pulling Back the Curtain on the Price of Wine

In the fall of 2015, after all his grapes had been grown, picked, and bled into big oak barrels, Mark Tarlov started doing math. Like any good vintner, he tallied his costs - for labor, equipment, even packaging - and broke it all down by the bottle. Finally, he calculated a price, with a 45... »

Top Supply Chain Universities And The Question Of Reputation

Top Supply Chain Universities and the Question of Reputation

Google the question "what is the top supply chain university?" and four rankings appear on the first page: Gartner, US News, Eduniversal and SCM World. The methodologies vary, so naturally the lists are different, but all include at least some element of reputation as a driver of rank order. »

SATO Launches New Group Companies In The Philippines

SATO Launches New Group Companies in the Philippines

SATO, a global provider of Auto-ID tools, has announced it will launch two new group companies in the Philippines. By establishing SATO Philippines AIDC Solutions Inc. and SATO Philippines Auto-ID SP Inc., the SATO Group says it seeks to better serve customers in the country. »

How Technology Is Improving The Returns Process

How Technology Is Improving the Returns Process

Retailers prepare for months for the all-important holiday season. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), the holiday season can account for as much as 30 percent of an individual retailer's total sales. The NRF also notes that the holiday returns process accounts for about 24 percent... »

How AI Could Be Transforming Retail For The Better

How AI Could Be Transforming Retail for the Better

At this point, most of us interact with artificial intelligence on a daily basis. Sure, we might not realize it consciously, but every time we search Google or see what our friends are up to on Facebook, we're interfacing with AI. Better computing power, ballooning data stores, and research... »

European Co-op Tries RFID For Tagging Shoes

European Co-op Tries RFID for Tagging Shoes

ANWR Group, a European trade cooperative composed of footwear, leather-goods, sporting-goods and bicycle retailers, is conducting a three-store proof-of-concept (POC) project involving the RFID-tagging of shoes. »

GM Uses Virtual World To Perfect Future Vehicles

General Motors designers are taking a break from reality to draw up the next Chevrolet car or truck. But the stylists are not checking out; they are checking in at the automaker's newest 3-D CAVE Automated Virtual Environment to use the latest in virtual-reality tools for an up-close and realistic... »

The Future Of Fashion Is Mushroom Leather: A More Sustainable Fashion Industry

As you slipped into heels or a tux to toast the New Year, you probably weren't thinking about the fact that the leather in your shoes polluted drinking water in Indian villages, or that merino sheep were made miserable for your suit - and François-Henri Pinault doesn't want you to have to. This... »

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