February 2, 2023 · Supply chains worldwide will continue to be caught between politics, economics and ecology in the future. Whether there will be more regionalization or nearshoring remains to be seen. The question will linger: Who will win and who will lose in this increasingly tense competition?
February 2, 2023 · Retailers that don’t consider product returns their biggest source of supply may want to rethink their reverse logistics approaches for 2023.
February 2, 2023 · A leading manufacturer and distributor of critical medical and surgical supplies incorporated nearly nine years of experience with goods-to-person robots in the design of a new flagship facility.
February 2, 2023 · After posting another record year of profits, worldwide recessionary and inflationary pressures are now chipping away at ocean carrier fortunes. As far as rates are concerned, our analysts suggest that shippers and freight forwarders will be able to do a little window shopping this year.
February 2, 2023 · As international trade volumes continue to hit records every year, shippers of all sizes are turning to applications to gain visibility and control of their global trade processes and GTM vendors are there to answer the call.
February 2, 2023 · Even before the pandemic, the idea of managing a streamlined global freight transportation network was considered by many as the single biggest challenge facing U.S. companies looking to build a universal brand—no matter the industry.
February 1, 2023 · ProMat 2023 is back in person, with 35% more floor space, more than 1,000 solution provider exhibits as well as educational sessions and keynote presentations.
February 1, 2023 · As the glue that holds supply chains together, software continues to play a vital role in the smooth running of these critical global networks.
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