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Posted 03/20 · 04:18 PM · MMH Editorial
Street artist to paint anamorphic artwork at Fortna's booth.
Posted 03/20 · 04:07 PM · MMH Editorial
Mertz brings 35 years of experience in finance and operations.
Posted 03/20 · 11:59 AM · SCMR Editorial
While the labor disputes are now largely resolved, there is still an estimated 45 day backup for ships at the port which will continue to impact profitability for months, as repercussions continue along the supply chain.
Posted 03/12 · 10:30 AM · MMH Editorial
Commerce reported that February retail sales at $437.0 billion were down 0.6 percent compared to January and up 1.7 percent compared to January 2014, and the NRF said that February retail sales, which exclude automobiles, gas stations, and restaurants, dipped 0.2 percent seasonally-adjusted month-to-month compared to January and increased 3 percent annually on an unadjusted basis.
Posted 03/12 · 09:14 AM · MMH Editorial
Operational planning capabilities support Internet of Things capabilities.
Posted 03/11 · 08:11 PM · LM Editorial
Lest shippers believe that the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) is fully on board with the new “tentative” contract agreement with the Pacific Maritime Association, consider what happened at the Port of Oakland this week.
Posted 03/10 · 02:11 PM · MMH Editorial
Company creates dedicated practice for the identification, formulation and management of perfect order fulfillment processes.
Posted 03/10 · 01:40 PM · MMH Editorial
Extensive input from suppliers and end-users results in best practices for retailers, growers, and providers of RPCs.
Posted 03/05 · 04:26 PM · SCMR Editorial
Supply chain stakeholders reliant on North Carolina’s major seaports are welcoming news this week which outlines plans to enhance the intermodal and cold chain network in the region.
Posted 03/05 · 08:54 AM · LM Editorial
West Coast port authorities may be overstating the obvious when they decry “business as usual.” But it’s refreshing to see them finally coming around.