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Seven Things You Should Be Doing About Brexit

A seven-point checklist has been produced by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply to help procurement professionals prepare for Brexit. »


These Three 'Megatrends' Will Drive Digital Business Into the Next Decade, Gartner Says

These Three 'Megatrends' Will Drive Digital Business Into the Next Decade, Gartner Says

Emerging technologies on Gartner Inc.'s "Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies 2017" reveal three megatrends that will enable businesses to survive and thrive in the digital economy over the next five to 10 years. »


In U.S., Factory Jobs Are High-Tech, But the Workers Are Not

In U.S., Factory Jobs Are High-Tech, But the Workers Are Not

Herbie Mays is 3M proud, and it shows - in the 3M shirt he wears; in the 3M ring he earned after three decades at the company's plant in suburban Cincinnati; in the way he shows off a card from a 3M supervisor, praising Mays as "a GREAT employee." But it's all nostalgia. »


Wal-Mart Is Buying Trendy E-Commerce Sites. The Cool Kids Are Not Having It.

At the height of their love affair, Bridget Henry visited online clothing store ModCloth's app every day. It wasn't just the clothes with a vintage and quirky vibe that the 26-year-old liked, it was the story. »


Opinion: Supply Chain Management Is Killing Inflation

The Wall Street Journal, among many other media outlets, recently reported with typical bemusement the low inflation that "defies a growing economy." »


Plastics Stories Help Boost Brands, Research Says

Plastics Stories Help Boost Brands, Research Says

"Storied plastics" - or plastics that are collected by waste stream, sorted by material type and traced back to the original point of origin - are a good choice of material for use in packaging as companies attempt to improve their sustainability practices, research suggests. »


The Stuff Still Made in the USA

The Stuff Still Made in the USA

Entire industries, from textiles to toys, have become almost extinct in the U.S. as manufacturers moved abroad in search of lower costs or got swept away by a wave of imports. »


Streetscooter Electric Delivery Van Extends DHL's Green Logistics Initiative

It may be hard to describe a 20-cubic-meter (706-cubic-foot), four-wheeled van as a "scooter," but such is the new designation of the latest collaboration between Deutsche Post DHL Group (DP-DHL) and Ford Motor Co. »


Looking Ahead: The Bunkering Market After 2020

Alok Sharma, head of commercial at Glencore subsidiary Inatech, recently spoke with The Maritime Executive about the outlook for bunkering. Inatech provides software solutions to both bunker suppliers and bunker buyers - giving it a perspective on both sides of the market. »


Hurricane Harvey Assistance Needed

Hurricane Harvey is disrupting commerce with devastating flooding and wind damage. »


Q&A: A Look at the Biggest Risks That Threaten Global Supply Chains

Q&A: A Look at the Biggest Risks That Threaten Global Supply Chains

A new report examines the impact of protectionism, food and water scarcity - and the prospect of another energy crisis on supply chains in the U.S. and around the world. »


Forget Car-Sharing. In China, You Can Rent Umbrellas, Basketballs, Washers - for a Fee.

Sometimes, when considering the orgy of spending that is China's start-up scene, it's fun to imagine the pitch meetings. »


Are You Running Out of Stuff? Here's How to Tell.

As populations grow and emerging markets industrialize, companies are facing a serious long-term challenge: how to meet surging consumer demand while minimizing environmental damage and sustaining the planet's natural resources. »


Q&A: Making Sense of the Internet of Things

Q&A: Making Sense of the Internet of Things

A discussion about how the internet of things and big data are affecting supply-chain operations - with a particular emphasis on their application to the warehouse. »


Want to Attract Millennials in Manufacturing? Make Mobility a Top Priority

Want to Attract Millennials in Manufacturing? Make Mobility a Top Priority

Manufacturing workers are retiring in droves, with an estimated 2.7 million jobs being vacated by 2025. At the same time, the growth and advancement of the industry is expected to create an additional 700,000 jobs for skilled manufacturing employees over the next decade. As a result, manufacturers... »


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