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 12/06 · 03:55 PM · SCMR Editorial
A new survey from the Business Continuity Institute has revealed serious levels of supply chain failure
Posted 12/05 · 11:03 PM · SCMR Editorial
The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), which has been largely critical to current administration, issued a note of praise today for its U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
Posted 12/03 · 09:07 AM · LM Editorial
The nation’s supply chain may be at risk if new sources of energy are not tapped in the near future, said the American Petroleum Institute
Posted 12/01 · 01:02 PM · MMH Editorial
While operating a global supply chain network has myriad advantages for shippers, it has its challenges as well. Some of these challenges include things like a lack of visibility into various information sources and varying sources of complexity that can influence daily operations and performance.
Posted 11/30 · 12:30 PM · LM Editorial
While “the new austerity” is shaping public policy in Washington DC these days, there is concern among ocean shippers that there may be a negative impact on some supply chains.
Posted 11/30 · 10:27 AM · MMH Editorial
A tough economy could be good news for automation
Posted 11/29 · 07:34 PM · SCMR Editorial
Supply chain managers – especially those reliant on air cargo -- should welcome a major new step forward in regulatory cooperation between the European Commission and DOT made late last week.
Posted 11/24 · 10:26 AM · SCMR Editorial
The Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis today released data on personal income and outlays for October 2010 which should make an impact on supply chain
Posted 11/24 · 09:27 AM · MMH Editorial
How many turkeys were at the first Thanksgiving
Posted 11/24 · 09:23 AM · SCMR Editorial
Since issuing its study last summer, Global consultancy IDC Manufacturing Insights contends that U.S. manufacturers are continuing their flight from low-wage outsourcing