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More and More, U.S. Firms Use Chinese Money in Cross-border Transactions

Although U.S. companies still trail their European counterparts in using the Chinese currency renminbi for cross-border deals, the frequency has nearly doubled in the past year, according to a recent HSBC study, as reported by the publication Treasury & Risk. »


For Defense Industry, the Good News Is That Slack Times May Be Coming to End

Arms-makers are going through a lean period. Some big contracts, such as ones to make bombers, trainer aircraft and drones, are still up for grabs in America, the world’s biggest spender. But it and other rich-world governments, struggling to curb their deficits, are trying ever harder to get the... »


In June, Shippers See Rise in Truckload Linehaul Rates Over Same Time Last Year

Truckload linehaul rates paid by North American shippers in June were 5.2 percent higher than in June of last year. »


Your Next Perfect Employee or Job Is Waiting

Your Next Perfect Employee or Job Is Waiting

SupplyChainBrain and JobsInLogistics have joined forces in 2014 for the specialized purpose of: »


Deacom Inc. Develops Mobile ERP Application

Deacom Inc. Develops Mobile ERP Application

Deacom Inc., a vendor of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, has developed a mobile application for users of Deacom ERP. »


Sparta Systems Issues New Version of EQMS Software

Sparta Systems Issues New Version of EQMS Software

Sparta Systems Inc. has released a new version of TrackWise, its enterprise quality-management solutions (EQMS) software. »


Inventory Management, Analytics, E-Commerce Solutions Top Items on Independent Retailers' Shopping Lists, Study Says

Inventory Management, Analytics, E-Commerce Solutions Top Items on Independent Retailers' Shopping Lists, Study Says

Inventory management and predictive analytics software, in-store mobile device integration and e-commerce solutions are the biggest technology priorities for independent brick-and-mortar retailers, according to LightSpeed's first annual Retail Tech Forecast. »


Most Businesses Don't Have Risk Assessment, Mitigation Strategies in Place, Research Says

Most Businesses Don't Have Risk Assessment, Mitigation Strategies in Place, Research Says

Outside risks can stretch supply chains' capabilities to the breaking point, but executives who run them often fail to develop risk contingency plans, according to a new study from the Global Supply Chain Institute at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. »


As Economy Improves, Senior Execs Focus on Data, Technology, Supply Chain, Study Finds

The focus of c-suite and senior executive attention has shifted from economic uncertainty to data, technology and the supply chain, according to the Global Top of Mind Survey from KPMG International and the Consumer Goods Forum. More than half (54 percent) of respondents cited digital strategy for... »


SAP Issues New Version of Demand Signal Management App

SAP SE has released version 2.0 of the SAP Demand Signal Management application. »


Xplore Technologies Unveils New Rugged Windows Tablet

Xplore Technologies Unveils New Rugged Windows Tablet

Xplore Technologies Corp. has developed the Bobcat, a new, fully ruggedized Windows tablet. »


SmartDrive Systems Adds Coaching, Scoring to Safety Program

SmartDrive Systems has added Custom Coaching and Scoring services to its safety program. »


12th Cold Chain GDP & Temperature Management Logistics Forum Releases Results of 2014 Industry Investment Survey

Survey Gives Insight into Where Senior Executives Are Investing Their Money
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UPS Enhances Field Stocking Locations for Medical Device Makers

UPS has developed a network of Field Stocking Locations to handle medical device shipments. »


Increase Is Urged in Asia-to-U.S. Container Shipping Rates

Container shipping companies were urged to raise Asia-U.S. freight rates by at least $600 per 40-foot container (FEU) with effect from Aug. 1, their organization TSA said on Wednesday. »


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