Logistics Management

By Patrick Burnson · June 13, 2011
As she prepares her 22nd annual “State of Logistics” report, supply chain expert, Rosalyn Wilson, provided an exclusive forecast for the third-party logistics sector with Supply Chain Management Review -- LM's sister publication.
By Patrick Burnson · May 10, 2011
CEVA Logistics has announced the creation of a new organization, Supply Chain Solutions, and launched its latest SMART Solution, SMART End to End.
By Patrick Burnson · April 27, 2011
For U.S. exporters, reductions in oceanborne cargo service frequency due to slow steaming are problematic
By Patrick Burnson · April 22, 2011
Given the heightened awareness of risk in the supply chain, academics and career advisors are telling young professionals to take on more education as they climb the corporate ladder.
By Patrick Burnson · April 11, 2011
Having launched a new enhancement to its analytics earlier this month, Zepol Corporation said it will follow up with fine tuning after gathering user feedback.
By Patrick Burnson · March 25, 2011
New market intelligence on Japan is being made available to shippers this week.
By Patrick Burnson · March 23, 2011
Caterpillar Inc. today announced it is examining a range of strategic options for its third party logistics business, which is part of its wholly owned subsidiary, Caterpillar Logistics Services, Inc. (Cat Logistics)
By Patrick Burnson · March 21, 2011
No major disruptions to inbound and outbound calls are anticipated, but carriers remain on guard
By Patrick Burnson · March 21, 2011
As President Obama completes his trip to Brazil, Chile and El Salvador, U.S. manufacturers are urging his administration to move forward on a the pending free trade agreement with Colombia.
By Patrick Burnson · March 18, 2011
Japan’s supply chain continues to be disrupted by the ongoing consequences of last week’s earthquake
By Patrick Burnson · March 14, 2011
While most of the world’s focus was on Japan’s response to its earthquake and related crisis, trade experts were quietly working behind the scenes in Washington last week to establish a long-term strategy for rebuilding that country’s economy.
<p>Cargo ships entering the Panama Canal.</p> By Patrick Burnson · March 10, 2011
A prominent industry analyst maintains that several key infrastructural events will shape the global supply chain in the coming years

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