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 10/02 · 07:47 AM · LM Editorial
Trade Tech chief executive officer Bryn Heimbeck gave readers a look at Japan’s new advanced filing requirements that come into effect early next year with Part I of his analysis. Here is Part II.
Posted 10/01 · 06:00 PM · LM Editorial
With new, complex regulatory obstacles on the horizon, our panel says that improving relationships with intermediaries should be a top priority for global shippers heading into 2014. Want to stay ahead of the game? It’s time to listen up.
Posted 10/01 · 08:57 AM · SCMR Editorial
China is working on its own version of a 24-hour rule and is implementing it already in several ports.
Posted 10/01 · 08:00 AM · SCMR Editorial
Fourth annual survey of 750 executives finds that, having gained board-level attention and a wider remit, supply chain leaders need to invest in talent to ensure they can meet heightened expectations.
Posted 10/01 · 07:00 AM · LM Editorial
Every year, more products are being produced by companies whose supply chain operations are intelligently linked with suppliers and business partners. Many of the machines that make those products are guided by advanced data analysis, decision science, and other smart technology. The people who consume those products are probably using digital connections to guide their choices and ultimately make a purchase.
Posted 09/30 · 07:03 PM · SCMR Editorial
APICS announced that it is rebranding itself as a supply chain organization.
Posted 09/30 · 06:56 PM · LM Editorial
Posted 09/30 · 09:00 AM · SCMR Editorial
Trade Tech chief executive officer Bryn Heimbeck looks at Japan’s new advanced filing requirements that come into effect early next year.
Posted 09/30 · 08:38 AM · SCMR Editorial
The message seems to be tops-down with leadership and power at the pinnacle and the people at the bottom.
Posted 09/26 · 08:58 AM · SCMR Editorial
The supply chain profession urgently needs to fix the problem of a chronic shortage of talent, writes Dr. Chris Caplice, Executive Director, MIT CTL.