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How 3D Printing Is Enhancing Traditional Manufacturing

No one thinks 3D printing will replace high-volume, discrete manufacturing, but experts are convinced that it will revolutionize aspects of it. A SupplyChainBrain In The Know video presentation. [Run Time (Min.): 13:48] »


DB Schenker Opens First Owned Logistics Center in Mideast

DB Schenker has opened its first company-owned facility in the Middle East. »


IT Spending in Transportation Infrastructure, Healthcare to See Positive Growth

IT Spending in Transportation Infrastructure, Healthcare to See Positive Growth

Technavio analysts are forecasting positive growth for many segments of the global IT spending market by industry over the next four years as several related markets, including IT spending in railways, spending in airports and healthcare supply chain management, will likely witness an increase in... »


It Remains Unclear How Robust Airfreight Industry Will Be in 2016

Already well into the second quarter of 2016, uncertainties remain for how airfreight demand will develop this year. »


ModusLink Unveils Aftersales Management Application

ModusLink Global Solutions Inc. has launched its Aftersales Management Solution. »


New Division Serves Aerospace Supply Chain, Total Quality Management, Calibration and Recruitment

New Division Serves Aerospace Supply Chain, Total Quality Management, Calibration and Recruitment

Advanced Technology Services, Inc. has created launched ATS Aviation Services to focus on the needs of the aviation maintenance and parts industry. »


Competing with Amazon Business

Competing with Amazon Business

Analyst Insight: The power has shifted from seller to buyer as consumers continue to bring B2C online shopping expectations and behaviors with them to the B2B markets they work in. Amazon continues to expand both its same-day delivery capabilities and its product offerings to encroach on some... »


Service Parts Operation Delivers: 500 Orders/Day - 40% less People

Challenge: This service parts organization needed to handle over 500 orders per day and 170,000 items in their inventory. They needed to move from a paper-base, to automate through system-directed processes, gain real-time visibility and tracking of parts and orders throughout their supply chain. »


'Calling Card' Web Sites That Aren't Enabled for E-commerce Can't Compete

'Calling Card' Web Sites That Arenít Enabled for E-commerce Can't Compete

E-tailing behemoths like Amazon Business are infringing on electrical distributors' turf. Large distributors continue to hone and refine their e-commerce offerings. And finally, mobile e-commerce (or, m-commerce) - driven by the consumer who has grown more comfortable making purchases on... »


Air France KLM Uses RFID Technology to Track Airplane Parts During Maintenance

Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) is the maintenance, repair and overhaul arm of Air France KLM, one of the top five airlines in the world. The MRO unit supports 1,500 airplanes operated by 150 airline customers, and its 300 facilities worldwide remove parts from... »


Extending the Life of Your Warehouse Management System

Extending the Life of Your Warehouse Management System

No matter how big or how small the operation, everyone has "The List" - that set of unique items that their warehouse management system simply doesn't do, or does poorly. That no longer has to be the case. By using adaptive software tools, even those without programming skills not only... »


Cylinder Manufacturer Says RFID Helps Control Parts' Maintenance

Milwaukee Cylinder, a manufacturer of hydraulic and pneumatic tie rod cylinders, has begun selling a radio frequency identification function for its products to help users manage each cylinder's maintenance schedule. »


The Reverse Supply Chain Comes Home

The Reverse Supply Chain Comes Home

There's more to reshoring than simply moving a factory from Asia back to the U.S. »


E-commerce Steps on the Gas in Automotive Aftermarket Industry

E-commerce Steps on the Gas in Automotive Aftermarket Industry

New research shows that 56 percent of automotive parts and accessories shoppers are making their purchases online - an 8 percent increase over the previous year. The study also indicates that consumers are combining online and in-store channels for an omnichannel shopping experience. Omnichannel is... »


ULA: Launching a World-Class Supply Chain

United Launch Alliance LLC is a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and The Boeing Co. Brad Houser, senior manager of supply chain operations, explains the company's mission, and how it crafts a supply chain that's geared toward absolute reliability in support of rocket launch services for government... »


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