Partnering for Supply Chain Success with FRAM Group and True Value

Disruptive forces such as new technology, changing regulations, talent shortages, and infrastructure bottlenecks continue to be the prime focus for supply chain executives and managers.

By · March 30, 2017

Disruptive forces such as sophisticated technology, onerous regulations, talent shortages, and infrastructure bottlenecks continue to be the prime focus for supply chain executives and managers. Coupled with meeting the rising demands of more digitally savvy customers, the supply chain landscape is evolving at an exponential rate.

While these challenges threaten to change the rules of the supply chain world, overcoming them to meet rising consumer demands has led to an increased need for visibility and control in all supply chain activities – from warehousing to transportation – to ensure optimization. The companies that adapt to beat these disruptions will more than likely come out ahead.

One approach more companies are turning to in order to achieve their goals is collaborating with a third-party logistics provider (3PL). During the Delivering on the Customer Promise panel at the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) conference in September, 2016, attendees heard executives from True Value, FRAM, and Ryder speak about how their partnerships help overcome many of the challenges companies face today.

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