Most U.S. factories in China’s manufacturing hub around Shanghai will be back at work this week, but the “severe” shortage of workers due to the coronavirus will hit production and global supply chains.
Analyst Insight: A quiet revolution is taking place within one of the slowest industries to embrace radical new technology. Until now, the construction industry has had one of the worst records for productivity, quality and predictability. Meanwhile, manufacturing sectors such as automotive, aerospace and discrete manufacturing have long been using modern techniques such as interchangeability of component parts, “right first time” for quality, and just in time for supply-chain integration.
Challenge: A global energy technologies company needed a digital supply chain that could support its aggressive growth and innovation goals. Key challenges included managing seasonality, improving lead times, optimizing inventory and linking operational and long-range plans. The company also wanted to boost customer service and accelerate new product introductions.
Tuesday, December 3, 2019 12:00 to Tuesday, March 3, 2020 12:00
For Neiman Marcus, speed to market is a top priority. Supply chain agility is key to its competitive advantage and keeping pace with rapidly changing customer preferences. As part of a warehousing system modernization, Neiman Marcus transformed its ticketing process with a label management system—an initiative that ultimately led to faster delivery to stores and reduced labor and supply costs.
Label management software digitally transforms ticketing, enabling a more agile ticketing process that moves inventory faster and quickly processes returns while optimizing print performance.
Join this webinar to hear Robert Ball from Neiman Marcus describe how streamlined ticketing delivered significant process improvement and these benefits:
Accelerated ticketing that moved product through the distribution center three days faster, improving speed to market
Reduced labor costs related to time spent pairing tickets with shipments