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 05/26 · 08:19 AM · LM Editorial
Earlier this week, UPS marked the one-year anniversary of its Shenzhen Asia Pacific hub, which serves the company’s entire intra-Asian network. UPS also announced that in June it is rolling out a new direct weekly flight from Guam to Hong Kong, which connects Guam to the rest of the world.
Posted 05/26 · 07:32 AM · LM Editorial
While supply chain velocity is always a shipper concern, cargo security remains one of the highest priorities for seaports throughout the Western Hemisphere.
Posted 05/25 · 07:44 AM · LM Editorial
According to the Talent Shortage Survey, employers are already using a range of strategies to overcome the difficulties they face in finding the right talent, at the right time, in the right place.
Posted 05/25 · 07:35 AM · LM Editorial
Manpower Group has released the results of its sixth-annual Talent Shortage Survey, revealing that 52 percent of U.S. employers are experiencing difficulty filling supply chain positions within their organizations, up from 14 percent in 2010.
Posted 05/24 · 12:37 PM · LM Editorial
Non asset-based third-party logistics (3PL) services provider UTi Worldwide (UTIW) said this week it has introduced a U.S.-Mexico cross-border service in an effort to “simplify and speed trade across the U.S. and Mexico borders.”
Posted 05/24 · 12:03 PM · SCMR Editorial
I encourage supply management leaders to get ahead of the curve on personnel management - before it is too late. Hopefully, most will listen, and act.
Posted 05/23 · 01:22 PM · SCMR Editorial
More news of the immediate and long-term impact of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami on the U.S. surfaced this week
Posted 05/20 · 10:09 AM · LM Editorial
The Port of Boston announced this week that on May 27 it is rolling out a new service to Southeast Asia via the Suez Canal.
Posted 05/19 · 04:26 PM · LM Editorial
The European Commission’s investigation of ocean carrier antitrust rules ramped up to a new level this week, as Asian players were also targeted by regulators.
Posted 05/18 · 11:15 AM · SCMR Editorial
Coming off of a 4 percent gain in United States-bound waterborne shipments from January to February, shipments from March to April saw a 7 percent bump with 959,364 shipments, said Panjiva. And the number of global manufacturers shipping to the U.S.—at 139,337 was up 6 percent.