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Coalition Formed to Promote Climate Resilience Planning

Big data gives environmental and resource managers an invaluable tool to increase efficiencies and better manage risk. »


Judge Orders Hanjin to Sell Ships, Return Chartered Vessels

Judge Orders Hanjin to Sell Ships, Return Chartered Vessels

Hanjin Shipping has to return chartered-in ships to owners and to sell as much of its own fleet as it can, a South Korean bankruptcy judge said Monday. »


Progress Made to Reduce Antibiotics in Fast-Food Supply Chains

Panera Bread and Chipotle Mexican Grill passed with flying colors, but KFC and Olive Garden were among the laggards in commitments to eliminate medically important antibiotics from their meat and poultry supply chains, according to a new report. »


Set of Best Practices to Ensure IoT Security Released by Consortium

IoT is complex, fast-growing and often intertwined with systems that govern things like water and power. That makes IoT security a critical requirement, but it's one that's not necessarily well understood. »


Sept. 22 Webinar Highlights Balance Between Agile Response, Optimization with OMP Plus

Sept. 22 Webinar Highlights Balance Between Agile Response, Optimization with OMP Plus

In a world of ever increasing complexity and competition, an efficient and flexible supply chain is of crucial importance in maintaining your competitive advantage. An hour-long webinar, scheduled for 1 p.m. ET, Thursday, Sept. 22, embraces OM Partners' vision of optimal guidance and smart... »


Global Marine Underwriting Premiums Down 10.5 Percent Last Year

Global Marine Underwriting Premiums Down 10.5 Percent Last Year

Global marine underwriting premiums last year amounted to $29.9bn, a 10.5 percent reduction on the 2014 figure, according to annual statistical report from IUMI, the International Union of Marine Insurance. »


The Painful Lessons of the Hanjin Bankruptcy

The Painful Lessons of the Hanjin Bankruptcy

Having weathered numerous downturns in the past, major container lines might have thought they were immune from the laws of supply and demand. Now they know better. »


Do Presidents Have Any Control Over the Economy?

Do Presidents Have Any Control Over the Economy?

The platforms of both major political parties are based on the belief that the actions of presidents have a direct impact on the U.S. and global economy. But is that really so? »


Samsung Supplies Controversial Lithium-Ion Batteries for Many Manufacturers of Portable Devices

Samsung Supplies Controversial Lithium-Ion Batteries for Many Manufacturers of Portable Devices

After selling 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7 phablets in just two weeks, Samsung has issued a worldwide recall and temporary hold on sales because of battery overheating issues and danger of explosion. Since two-thirds of those batteries are manufactured by Samsung SDI, a supplier to many of the top... »


Dell Completes Takeover of EMC Corporation

Dell Technologies has announced completion of the acquisition of EMC Corporation, creating a unique family of businesses that provides the essential infrastructure for organizations to build their digital future, transform information technology and protect their most important asset, information. »


Samsung Smartphone Fires Latest in Long Line of Lithium-Ion Battery Problems

Samsung Smartphone Fires Latest in Long Line of Lithium-Ion Battery Problems

The Federal Aviation Administration, citing fire hazards, has warned against using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on aircraft. Three Australian airlines and the German carrier Lufthansa have outright banned their use onboard. But the threat of airliner fires is not limited to Samsung devices,... »


Allianz Group Unit Launches Inland Marine Insurance Product

Allianz Group Unit Launches Inland Marine Insurance Product

Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS), the specialist corporate insurer of Allianz Group, has launched Transportation Block 2020, a comprehensive inland marine cargo insurance product. »


Hanjin Bankruptcy Proves Need to Have Risk Management Strategy in Place

Hanjin Bankruptcy Proves Need to Have Risk Management Strategy in Place

The recent bankruptcy of Hanjin container line clearly illustrates some of the risks involved in the global supply chain today. As The Guardian reports, "the bankruptcy of the Hanjin shipping line has thrown ports and retailers around the world into confusion, with giant container ships marooned... »


After Brexit: How European Supply Chains Will Be Transformed

After Brexit: How European Supply Chains Will Be Transformed

It's been more than two months since the United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the European Union, but the shock waves aren't close to subsiding - especially with regard to the impact on global supply chains. »


Complying With China's Mandate to Spray Ships for Zika Mosquitoes Stings U.S. Exporters

China's recent move to add the U.S. to a list of Zika-infected countries is worrying U.S. exporters, who fear they will be required to fumigate all containers destined for Chinese ports. The cost to fumigate a container ranges from between $100 and $200. »


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