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Your Omnichannel Strategy Is Failing? Blame the Supply Chain.

Your Omnichannel Strategy Is Failing? Blame the Supply Chain.

Although the term "omnichannel" has become most associated with success in retail and consumer goods, few companies are confident in their omnichannel abilities, according to a new study by Ernst & Young and the Consumer Goods Forum. They blame the supply chain. »


Betting Big on Natural Gas, Dow to Invest $6Bn in Expanding Its U.S. Manufacturing Plants

Betting Big on Natural Gas, Dow to Invest $6Bn in Expanding Its U.S. Manufacturing Plants

Dow Chemical is investing $6bn to enlarge its manufacturing facilities in the United States by 40 percent, based on a wager that low natural gas prices here will persist into the middle of the next decade, a Dow executive said recently. »


Your Next Perfect Employee or Job Is Waiting

Your Next Perfect Employee or Job Is Waiting

SupplyChainBrain and JobsInLogistics have joined forces in 2015 for the specialized purpose of: »


Yusen Logistics Subsidiary Opens Warehouse in Malaysia

TASCO Berhad, a subsidiary of Yusen Logistics in Malaysia, has begun operations at a new warehouse in Tanjung Pelepas, a port in the southern portion of the country. »


Firms Lose $30bn Yearly by Failing to Share Supplier Information, Research Says

Firms Lose $30bn Yearly by Failing to Share Supplier Information, Research Says

Global companies are wasting more than $30bn (20bn) a year because they do not share information about suppliers, according to business information provider Achilles. »


Denmark Looks to Tunnel Its Way to Germany

Denmark Looks to Tunnel Its Way to Germany

Denmark's government laid out details of a plan to build a tunnel connecting the Nordic region to Germany and cutting traveling time, saying in a bill that it will cost 65bn Danish crowns ($10bn) and be in use by 2024. »


Truckload Drives Increase in Total Freight Costs in Canada

The total cost of ground transportation for Canadian shippers increased by 2.7 percent in December when compared with November results, according to newly published data from the Canadian General Freight Index. »


Aljex Integrates With FourKites for Telematics Data

Aljex Software Inc., a vendor of cloud-based software for third-party logistics providers and carriers, has integrated its offering with FourKites, Inc., provider of a shipment-tracking application for shippers and brokers. »


Gap Remains Between Awareness of Need for Advanced Supply Chain Technologies and Their Use

While most manufacturers and retailers realize there is a large gap between where they are today and where they need to be to meet customers' expectations, many fail to use advanced technologies and best practices, according to a JDA survey of 255 executives across 17 countries, representing a wide... »


UTi Worldwide Expands in Malaysia; Offers Cold-Chain Service in Europe

UTi Worldwide Expands in Malaysia; Offers Cold-Chain Service in Europe

UTi Worldwide Inc. has expanded its freight-forwarding operations in Malaysia with the opening of new facilities in Port Klang and Kuantan. »


Ports on West Coast Could Remain Congested for Months

Congestion at the U.S. West Coast ports could take as much as two months to unwind, according to port and trade group officials, with retailers and other companies bracing for further shipment delays after the apparent resolution of a months-long labor dispute. »


HighJump Software Partners With NumberCruncher.com

HighJump Software Partners With NumberCruncher.com

The TrueCommerce EDI (electronic data interchange) Solutions Group of HighJump Software has partnered with NumberCruncher.com, a vendor of inventory and order-management software for QuickBooks users. »


CEVA Logistics Expands Operations in Vancouver, B.C.

CEVA Logistics has expanded its market presence in Vancouver, B.C. »


SCM Logistics World 2015

Asia's only Supply Chain and Logistics Conference & Expo »


Despite Somewhat Gloomy Forecast by Some, LPG Shipping Demand Continues to Be Robust

Despite Somewhat Gloomy Forecast by Some, LPG Shipping Demand Continues to Be Robust

LPG shipping earnings are forecast to remain buoyant on the back of low oil prices and the absence of fuel substitution, according to the latest edition of the LPG Forecaster, published by global shipping consultancy Drewry. »


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