State of Logistics 2016: Pursue mutual benefit By John D. Schulz · July 7, 2016
While it’s currently a shippers market, the authors of this year’s report contend that we’ve entered a “period of transition” that will usher in a realignment of capacity, lower inventories, economic growth and “moderately higher” rates. It’s time to tighten the ties that bind.

PMMI FSMA update report tracks compliance progress for food companies By MMH Staff · September 28, 2016
According to the report, fresh fruit and vegetable processors and small food companies are expected to have the most difficulty with compliance.

Panasonic celebrates 20th anniversary of Toughbook By MMH Staff · September 28, 2016
To commemorate this milestone, Panasonic is also announcing the “Who’s The Toughest Contest.”

Drewry maritime analysts examine the Hanjin shakeout By Patrick Burnson · September 27, 2016
Hanjin’s bankruptcy leaves the proposed carrier grouping THE Alliance at a size disadvantage to both its future rivals. Maritime analysts ask: miight a replacement be called up?

Day 2 at APICS By Bob Trebilcock · September 27, 2016
S&OP, supply chain risk management and Big Data and the Internet of Things were front and center at this year’s conference

Stifel Logistics Confidence Index reaches 12 months of negative confidence By Patrick Burnson · September 27, 2016
A weak trend of improvement in the Stifel Logistics Confidence Index is evident, though the Index is still short of the neutral 50 point mark, report analysts for the London-based think tank, Transport Intelligence

CSCMP’s Hall of Fame By Patrick Burnson · September 26, 2016
The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) announced the creation of the Supply Chain Hall of Fame, honoring individuals and groups that have made outstanding contributions to the supply chain discipline.

SeaLand adds the Port of Hueneme to WCCA service By Patrick Burnson · September 26, 2016
SeaLand, the Intra-Americas regional ocean carrier of the Maersk Group, today introduces the Port of Hueneme, California as a new port call on its West Coast Central America (WCCA) Service.

New APICS CPIM structure reflects evolving needs of supply chain management By MMH Staff · September 26, 2016
Reconfigured Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) program will streamline preparation process and improve efficiency.

Port of Oakland helping shippers during Hanjin crisis By Patrick Burnson · September 26, 2016
A potential supply chain meltdown resulting from Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy has been averted at the Port of Oakland.

Don’t forget the three point stance By Bob Trebilcock · September 25, 2016
At APICS 2016, we're reminded that while supply chains are more complex than ever, you can't win without a mastery of the basics.

U.S.-NAFTA freight sees 10 percent annual decrease in July, reports BTS By LM Staff · September 23, 2016
U.S. trade with its North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners Canada and Mexico dropped 10 percent to $83.7 billion on an annual basis in July, according to the Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS).

AAR reports annual declines for week ending September 17 By LM Staff · September 23, 2016
Carloads were down 5.3 percent at 270,336, and intermodal containers and trailers fell 4.9 percent to 267,568.

How Lean is your Lean Quality Program? By LM Staff · September 23, 2016
Avoid quality program bureaucracy that can sap logistics productivity and increase costs

How Mexico has emerged as the new nearshore destination By LM Staff · September 23, 2016
A special report on how and why Mexico has emerged as the new nearshore destination

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