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Monday, September 12, 2011
The Institute for Supply Management has announced a new certification option for professionals who aim to prove their experience and broad-based knowledge in all the major components of supply management.
Friday, September 09, 2011
Organized labor is showing bad faith with its blatant disregard for law and property at the The Port of Long View this week
Thursday, September 08, 2011
Economists are revising earlier forecasts in light of recent fluctuations in supply chain metrics and production cycles
Posted on 09/08 at 07:03 PM
Global Logistics •
With young people returning to school this month, we thought we’d say something about on-going education for established professionals. Here’s a book for you to consider in September
Friday, September 02, 2011
UPS paints the corners on reverse logistics in this exclusive interview.
As more attention is being paid to the “volatility” in the supply chain, many shippers are reassessing their global sourcing and distribution strategies. Will multinationals retreat to a hemispheric near-shoring model, or opt for a hybrid that still has an international component?
Posted on 09/02 at 07:54 AM
Global Trade •
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
A new agreement between global supply chain groups may boost world class procurement and supply management training in Asia-Pacific region and beyond
Friday, August 12, 2011
President Obama’s “National Export Initiative” of doubling exports by 2015 took a significant hit today, with the release of new figures by the Department of Commerce
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
U.S. shippers may be “breathing a sigh of relief” that unemployment numbers are taking a step in the right direction. But the world’s largest retail trade association says much more needs to be done…and soon.
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Tuesday, August 09, 2011
In the wake of the contentious debt-ceiling vote, the U.S. Congress headed for its August recess without finalizing action on stalled free trade agreements (FTA) with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama. For U.S. exporters, the hope is that at the very least, a deal with Panama will be cut when Congress reconvenes.