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 12/22 · 02:47 PM · LM Editorial
Almost 26,000 new passenger and freighter aircraft valued at $3.2 trillion will be needed between 2010 and 2029, to satisfy demand according to Airbus’ Global Market Forecast
Posted 12/22 · 11:00 AM · MMH Editorial
WMS is making a difference for Samaritan's Feet
Posted 12/21 · 12:21 PM · LM Editorial
This week’s announcement of a new ocean cargo service linking China to Oakland comes at a time when the port is making a remarkable outreach effort, with significant “cold chain” implications
Posted 12/21 · 11:29 AM · MMH Editorial
Organized through the Supply Chain Optimization Resources and Execution initiative, the free pamphlet details information distributors need to remove recalled product from the supply chain.
Posted 12/17 · 08:33 AM · MMH Editorial
enVista releases second edition of “Supervising on the Line: A Valuable Help Guide for First Line Supervisors”
Posted 12/15 · 06:32 PM · SCMR Editorial
Jock O’Connell, Beacon Economics’ International Trade Adviser said that exports are not necessarily going to generate more supply chain jobs
Posted 12/15 · 06:17 PM · SCMR Editorial
The Export-Import Bank of the United States has joined seven other U.S. Government agencies in launching a coordinated effort to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency exports, the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Export Initiative
Posted 12/15 · 01:35 PM · MMH Editorial
Despite the recession, our industry is reaching an inflection point for automation.
Posted 12/14 · 04:08 PM · SCMR Editorial
It is in our best interest as Americans to determine the road ahead and stop looking in the rear-view mirror, said a prominent supply chain analyst.
Posted 12/14 · 03:59 PM · SCMR Editorial
The World Trade Organization ruled today that the United States acted within its rights when it raised import taxes on Chinese tires by as much as 35 percent. Not all supply chain experts here approve.