Latest news and insight on how logistics, transportation, port, and supply chain organizations are implementing sustainable practices in an effort to become better stewards of the environment.
Posted 01/13 · 11:29 AM · SCMR Editorial
Forecasting fuel rates has never been more difficult for shippers, maintains Derik Andreoli, Ph.D.c., a senior analyst at Mercator International LLC and Logistics Management’s popular Oil & Fuel columnist. When planning for 2013 energy fluctuations, logistics managers must keep an eye on several global issues, he says.
Posted 12/23 · 03:14 AM · SCMR Editorial
Surplus oil production capacity cushions oil prices from surging demand and unplanned outages or other disruptions in oil production and delivery
Posted 11/25 · 04:19 PM · LM Editorial
The San Francisco Bay Area can easily lay claim to being the epicenter for supply chain sustainability.
Posted 10/16 · 02:37 PM · MMH Editorial
Shurtape compiles statistics depicting changes in the packaging industry, including a 51% increase in paper recovery since 1990.
Posted 10/02 · 11:55 AM · MMH Editorial
Custom lighting designer reduces damage and costs with compostable loose fill.
Posted 10/01 · 07:08 PM · MMH Editorial
Packsize obtains rights to market the high-volume Freebox automated packaging system, extending its ability to meet the labor-intensive demands of the fulfillment sector worldwide.
Posted 10/01 · 08:58 AM · MMH Editorial
Technology is great. But you’ll never achieve greatness if you don’t consider the human element.
Posted 09/26 · 02:40 PM · MMH Editorial
Company reduced costs, storage space, and material handling in manufacturing and assembly.
Posted 09/23 · 09:33 AM · SCMR Editorial
Sixty-seven percent of surveyed Chief Procurement Officers say their departments are more focused on building collaborative relationships with suppliers than on obtaining the lowest costs, according to a new survey by Consero Group
Posted 09/04 · 03:06 PM · LM Editorial
With the triennial ICAO Global Assembly convening in Montreal later this month, the International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is placing a new emphasis on its strong support for a global solution to aviation emissions.