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Supply Chain 24/7 - A One-stop Resource for Supply Chain Information

By Francis J. Quinn, Editorial Director
May 06, 2013

Trying to find information on a supply chain-related topic on the internet can be frustrating. Either the material you’re looking for is missing or inadequate or you’re overloaded with links that leave you wondering where to begin.

Supply Chain 24/7, a new free online resource from Peerless Media, is addressing that issue head on. (Peerless is the publisher of Supply Chain Management Review, Logistics Management, Modern Materials Handling, and Materials Handling Product News.)
Supply Chain 24/7 combines all of the content currently featured on these brands (both print and online) with content from around the web. So when you search for information on a given topic, you will have all of the relevant information right there on your computer screen or mobile device.

Among the key features of Supply Chain 24/7:
• Access to all content from all of our databases (feature articles, news, blogs, white papers, webcasts, research, buyers’ guides, etc.).
• Information from around the web (Google, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
• Side-by-side company comparison tool.
• A dynamic search engine and company filter that pinpoints your search by topic, trend or company.

Supply chain professionals will benefit greatly from the ability to access targeted information when they want it. We invite you to visit the site, try it out, and let us know what you think. Go to http://www.supplychain247.com

About the Author

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Francis J. Quinn
Editorial Director

Francis J. Quinn currently serves in the dual capacity of editorial director of Supply Chain Management Review and Editor-at-Large of Logistics Management. Frank has been covering the transportation and logistics scene for close to two decades, having served for many years as editor of Traffic Management Magazine. He also has written a special supplement on logistics for Business Week and was a principal contributor to the book Supply Chain Directions for a New North America, prepared for the Council of Logistics Management by Andersen Consulting. Frank holds an undergraduate degree from Boston College and a masters degree from the University of Missouri School of Journalism. His service experience in the U.S. Army includes tours of duty as a magazine editor in Washington D.C. and a military intelligence officer in Saigon, Vietnam.


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