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NABISCO INC.

Rick D. Blasgen VP of Supply Chain-Nabisco [more]


THE LIMITED INC.

Nicholas J. LaHowchic President-Limited Logistics Services [more]


HEWLETT-PACKARD CO.

Gordon Gilstrap Director of Logistics-Hewlett-Packard [more]


KIMBERLY-CLARK COPR.

Bill Lee, Supply-chain Director Kimberly-Clark Corp. [more]


CISCO SYSTEMS INC.

Greg Stein, Senior Manager of Global Supply-chain Logistics-Cisco [more]


Sears, Roebuck & Co.

William Gus Pagonis VP of Logistics-Sears, Roebuck [more]


NORTEL NETWORKS

John Lebowitz VP Global Logistics-Nortel Networks [more]


KRAFT FOODS

Lori Morgan, Director of Logistics - Kraft Foods North America [more]


FORD MOTOR CO.

Frank Taylor, VP of Material Plannning and Logistics-Ford Motor Co [more]


Logistics Exchanges Struggle to Cross Modal Divide

Logistics exchanges will continue to have a vertical focus for the near term, but some will develop a horizontal, multi-modal approach as more freight migrates to these marketplaces. In the meantime, exchanges of all types are under pressure to add services and value.[more]


Outsourcing Improves Unilever's Distribution, Gives Logistics Provider A Foothold in Brazil

When Gessy Lever, Unilever's Brazilian division, decided to combine two previously separate business units and redesign its distribution network, it tapped on Exel Logistics as a partner. The two companies worked through numerous hurdles to develop solutions that will have long-term benefits for...[more]


Poor Data Quality Hampers Inventory Tracking Systems

Thanks to state-of-the-art technology, shippers today can see for miles - as long as their supply-chain partners are willing to part with the information.[more]


Big Ships Mean Bigger Ports, But What About Service?

The trend toward ever-larger containerships is resulting in fewer port calls, as shippers and smaller ports ponder the case for multiple hubs.[more]


High-end Solutions Are Now Tailored to Needs of Midmarket Companies

Traditionally, only the biggest companies could afford supply-chain solutions. But that has changed as affordable, easy-to-implement systems put midmarket companies on an equal competitive footing with the largest Global 2000 giant.[more]


Master Lock Finds The Right Combination For Supply-Chain Improvements

Costly automation and price cuts weren't working. A new approach centered on increased outsourcing, flexible manufacturing and distribution, and establishing operations in Mexico. Now, Master Lock is saving money and getting new products to market faster. [more]


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