CVS and Rite Aid pharmacies are limiting purchases of emergency contraceptive pills as demand for the medication surged following the U.S. Supreme Court decision that struck down the constitutional right to abortion.
President Biden rebooted his effort to counter China’s flagship trade-and-infrastructure initiative after an earlier campaign faltered, enlisting the support of Group of Seven leaders at their summit in Germany.
Surging battery prices and shortages of metals and materials are likely to last for some time, Toyota Motor Corp.’s chief scientist warned, trends that could weigh on the world’s embrace of electric vehicles.
While all parties have expressed confidence that an agreement will be reached between dockworkers and employers without disruption, they conceded there will be “difficult” issues. Among these are certain to be the wrangle over automation.
As the U.S.’s largest ports in California moved record amounts of cargo amid pandemic-induced supply chain bottlenecks, union dockworkers strengthened their indispensable role in the nation’s logistics network.
The supply chain crisis that has clogged the U.S. logistics network has made the country’s two largest ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach the least efficient trade hubs for handling containers worldwide, a new report showed.
“Disruption” is the word of the year. Alan Amling, distinguished fellow at the University of Tennessee's Global Supply Chain Institute, explains what it means to supply chain professionals — and why they keep "getting in their own way."
Tiffany Presley, attorney in the Supply Chain Practice of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, offers advice on how manufacturers can achieve better visibility of, and control over, suppliers at the tier-one level and beyond.
Warehouse work has been transforming at an amazing rate over the past several years and operators are constantly looking for new, innovative ways to deliver immediate, impactful improvements in productivity and accuracy.
Supply chains are all fundamentally designed to handle disruptions, routinely adapting to changing conditions. However, not every supply chain is resilient and agile enough to respond to major disruptions like those arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
It’s well known that the last few years have drastically and permanently changed the way the supply chain operates. Businesses of all sizes have had to step up and keep pace or experience an extreme drop in fulfillment.