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Gartner Announces Winners of Its 2018 Supply Chainnovators Awards

Gartner, Inc. has announced the winners of the 2018 Supply Chainnovator Awards. The awards, announced this week at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference, recognize unconventional, innovative and high-impact supply chain initiatives in the healthcare, high-tech manufacturing and...[more]


Legacy Systems: The Problem or the Solution?

Legacy systems often get a bad rap as old software that is outdated and difficult to replace. There has always been a belief that somewhere there exists one superior logistics platform that can replace aging systems and transform technical capabilities, providing an advantage over your competition....[more]


Why Cars Are Cheaper Than You Think

Why Cars Are Cheaper Than You Think

In December, the sticker price on the average U.S. automobile hit $38,616, a level not seen since “Tesla” evoked the image of an electrical engineer. Come summer, carmakers will probably break that price record again. It’s true, there are still plenty of cheap wheels to be had in the reasonably...[more]


FedEx Sees Blockchain as `Next Frontier' for Logistics

FedEx Sees Blockchain as `Next Frontier' for Logistics

Convinced that blockchain is on the brink of transforming the package-delivery business, FedEx Corp. is testing the technology to track large, higher-value cargo.[more]


This Guy Reinvented the Shipping Pallet, Making It Safer, Stronger and Smarter

This Guy Reinvented the Shipping Pallet, Making It Safer, Stronger and Smarter

When Johnson & Johnson heard complaints in 2009 about a musty odor coming from Tylenol Arthritis Pain caplets, it retraced its entire supply chain to find the source. The culprit: shipping pallets.[more]


What Is the True Supply Chain Cost of Eating Meat?

What Is the True Supply Chain Cost of Eating Meat?

As concerns over the huge impact on the environment, human health and animal welfare grow, what future is there for the meat industry?[more]


Cybercriminals Are Growing More Aggressive. Are You Prepared?

One year ago it was the WannaCry ransomware attack. Less than a year ago, the NotPetya cyberattack cost organizations like Merck & Co., FedEx, the port of Rotterdam and a whole host of others billions of dollars in total. Today geopolitical tensions are increasing and with them, the threat of more,...[more]


Name and Shame Brands With Abuse in Supply Chains, U.K. Labour Tsar Says

The U.K. government’s labour market tsar has called for large businesses to be held jointly responsible for abuses in their supply chains.[more]


Opinion: Banning Chinese Phones Won’t Fix Security Problems With Our Electronic Supply Chain

Earlier this month, the Pentagon stopped selling phones made by the Chinese companies ZTE and Huawei on military bases because they might be used to spy on their users.[more]


When the U.S. Goes It Alone, What Does the Rest of the World Do?

When the U.S. Goes It Alone, What Does the Rest of the World Do?

Before the financial crisis hit more than a decade ago, the easy way to test the global outlook was to apply the maxim that when the U.S. sneezes the rest of the world catches a cold.[more]


Five Tips for Managing Digital Transformation

Procurement teams needs to create a vision for how they are going to deal with digital transformation.[more]


Opinion: The Best Answers to #WhoMadeMyClothes This Fashion Revolution Week

Opinion: The Best Answers to #WhoMadeMyClothes This Fashion Revolution Week

Fashion Revolution Week came to the end of a noise-making celebration of five years since its launch late last month. This year, over 100 countries took part with events calling for a more transparent and ethical fashion industry, it was covered by many major fashion titles, and social media was...[more]


Why Farmers Only Get 7.8 Cents of Every Dollar Americans Spend on Food

For every dollar consumers spend on food, only 7.8 cents goes to farmers — a record low that reflects shifts in how Americans eat, according to the Department of Agriculture.[more]


Opinion: Trump Tariffs Aren't the Only Cause of Supply Chain Unreliability

Opinion: Trump Tariffs Aren't the Only Cause of Supply Chain Unreliability

Say what you will about the Trump Administration, but it certainly hasn’t shied away from most talk about trade: In early 2017, just months after taking office, Trump sounded the alarm about a perceived trade deficits, starting with Canada of all places. [more]


Why Samsung Might Turn to Blockchain for Its Global Supply Chain

Why Samsung Might Turn to Blockchain for Its Global Supply Chain

Samsung could stand to realize significant savings if the company turns to blockchain for its global supply chain.[more]


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