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Watch: Why Capital Projects Companies’ Digital Initiatives Fail

Supply Chain Brain

Andy Webster, global capital projects lead with Accenture Industry X, discusses recent research showing that many engineering and construction firms are failing to realize the full value of their digitization efforts.

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New Pallet Racking Solution

Logistics Business Magazine

“The Great Bear warehouse in Nottingham required a brand-new racking solution accompanied by some layout modifications to transform it into a more flexible operating facility” explained Andrew Collinson, Capital Projects Director, Culina Group. “We


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Thursday Note on THE Supply Chain - Birth Rate in The United States


Given how long it takes to spin up large capital projects I would just say we have to learn to live with it. Second, I hear over and over again from friends in almost every industry in America: They cannot produce fast enough to meet the demand for everything. Thus, there is a shortage of everything.

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Logistics Holds Up Well for Agility as Aviation Crisis Bites

Logistics Business Magazine

Project Logistics showed strong performance across all regions with 25% net revenue increase, driven by new capital projects and positive volume development from existing customers. Fairs & Events net revenue fell 46% with the cancellation and postponement of key events.

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Planning and Executing Project Cargo Shipping: All You Need to Know

CLX Logistics

Project Cargo tends to have a specific timeframe or delivery date, making them among the most complex and detailed projects in the logistics industry. Project Cargo is often associated with large-scale infrastructure and capital projects for a variety of industries, including: Oil and gas. Wind power. Engineering.

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Unusual times for breakbulk, says 3PLs

Now, That's Logistics

He goes on to say: “Steel tariffs are already impacting the decisions our customers are making, not only for projects in the pipeline, but also those that are already in motion. The business cycle of capital projects is years in the making, yet sudden trade wars can immediately impact projects that are already in motion.”.

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An interview with Norm Jerome: BP


After we converted it over to AIMMS, we gained a lot of flexibility, and now use the AIMMS based tool routinely for additional things such as analysis of project economics for proposed capital projects where we run it out multiple years and can consider a broader range of scenarios.