The latest news and features revolving around evolving customs regulations, global trade, and the services that help global shippers expedite freight through the global supply chain
Posted 01/06 · 08:52 AM · SCMR Editorial
IDC Manufacturing Insights’ Supply Chain Top 10 predictions 2012 reconfirms emphasis on "branding" noted Simon Ellis, who currently leads the supply chain strategies practice. This is the first of a three-part report.
Posted 01/03 · 03:47 PM · SCMR Editorial
Supply Chain dollars are often viewed as being very different than REAL dollars.
Posted 01/03 · 09:32 AM · LM Editorial
Logistics Management Group News Editor Jeff Berman recently spoke with Dachser USA President and CEO Frank Guenzerodt about how the $5 billion global 3PL is approaching its U.S growth strategy.
Posted 01/01 · 01:49 PM · LM Editorial
When it comes to the oil and fuel markets, it’s been quite a year. On the supply side, the biggest story was the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
region uprising epitomized by the Libyan revolt that led to the death of Muammar Gadaffi and the shuttering of 1.6 million barrels of daily oil production.
Posted 01/01 · 12:18 PM · LM Editorial
A flurry of new trade agreements should signal greater opportunity for U.S. importers and exporters. But this means that another layer of compliance complexity has been introduced. How will today’s global shippers deal with the new risk/reward scenario?
Posted 01/01 · 11:03 AM · MMH Editorial
Modern spends 60 seconds with the executive director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics.
Posted 01/01 · 10:24 AM · LM Editorial
Our January issue features one of our most anticipated reports, Logistics Management
’s Annual Rate Outlook. Not only has it traditionally been one of our best-read reports—second online only to our Annual Salary Survey—but over the past seven years the related webcast has attracted thousands of shippers looking for insight into what the coming year may hold in terms of rates and capacity.
Posted 12/30 · 11:13 AM · LM Editorial
There's an ancient Chinese legal concept known as “Lian Zuo” or the “Five Degrees of Culpability."
Posted 12/30 · 10:56 AM · SCMR Editorial
A new study from the University of Minnesota projects that global food demand could double by 2050
Posted 12/29 · 01:28 PM · SCMR Editorial
Despite the potential for transforming supply chains with digital technologies, few multinationals are seeking that advantage.