Mon.May 29, 2023

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Marshalling: The important last mile in warehouse management

SYSPRO Smarter ERP

Marshalling in warehouse management refers to the process of arranging and preparing items for outbound shipment according to their destination and delivery schedule, as well as verifying their accuracy and completeness. It is an essential part of warehouse management, ensuring that the right products are delivered to the right customers at the right time.

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Lytx data shows fleets improving safe driving behaviors

Commercial Carrier Journal

Overall risky driving behavior among fleets using the Lytx platform decreased in 2022 even as miles driven increased, resulting in a significant drop in collisions per mile traveled in 2022 compared to 2019.

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Navigating Supplier Risk Challenges to Shore Up Cyber Defenses

Supply Chain Brain

Organizations are paying too little attention to the risk of their supply chain information being compromised through cyberattack.

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Don't miss these truck shows set for across the country

Overdrive Online

Beginning as soon as this weekend, a bevy of truck shows are being held across the country this summer and into the fall. Some of the details here, and if you have information about a show not shared here, send it Overdrive News Editor Matt Cole.

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How a Global CPG Leader Optimized $500M of Direct Materials Spend and Exceeded Savings Goal

A Fortune 500 CPG company partnered with GEP to improve end-to-end category management, optimize direct spend categories, and increase strategic focus on tail spend. GEP’s sourcing expertise and market intelligence enabled the company to centralize sourcing and order management processes, strengthen key supplier relationships, and enhance supply chain resilience and agility.

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How Companies Can Avoid Competing Solely on Price

Supply Chain Brain

Following are six actions that companies can take as they transition to a flat or declining inflationary environment.

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Watch: Is There a ‘Right’ to Work Remotely?

Supply Chain Brain

James Bailey, Professor of Leadership in the School of Business at George Washington University, discusses whether workers will continue pushing for the “right” to work remotely, even with the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Smart Packaging, How is it beneficial?

Logistics at MPEPS at UPV

Today’s fast-paced e-commerce environment depends heavily on logistics to deliver goods to clients effectively while guaranteeing their quality and safety. Smart packaging is one of the most recent breakthroughs reshaping the logistics industry. Businesses are simplifying the delivery process, enhancing product integrity, and giving customers transparency and peace of mind by integrating technology into product packaging.

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Everything About Single Stream Recycling

Compactor Management Company

In recent years, the world has witnessed a growing concern for the environment and the need for sustainable practices. Recycling has become an integral part of this movement, and one approach that has gained significant popularity is single-stream recycling. This innovative method has revolutionized the way we recycle, making it easier and more convenient for individuals and communities to participate in the recycling process.

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Unveiling the Journey of Photonics Chips

Logistics at MPEPS at UPV

Ever wondered how those remarkable photonics chips make their way into our devices? It’s quite a fascinating journey! Let’s look into the behind-the-scenes logistics process that brings these tiny powerhouses to life. Setting the Stage: The logistics process starts with sourcing the materials needed to make the chips. Think of it as gathering all the necessary ingredients for a recipe.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Transportation Industry

Artificial intelligence has quickly become a feature of everyday life: Using face ID to unlock a phone, communicating with online chatbots, and letting “smart” appliances help manage our homes are just a few of the ways that we interact with AI regularly. Forward-looking businesses are also using AI to transform their operations and gain a competitive edge.

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Safer Driving Target

Logistics Business Magazine

Applied Driving has teamed up with VisionTrack, a global leader of AI video telematics and connected vehicle data, to develop a video-enabled safe driving solution. The companies will bring together the proven benefits of automated risk reduction, 360-degree vision and cloud-based video analysis for the first time to revolutionise fleet and driver safety.

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Europe’s Unwanted Coal Heads to China and India as Heat Builds

Supply Chain Brain

The country has ramped up imports, but demand hasn’t kept up as China’s recovery has disappointed.

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Toyota, Daimler Truck Forging New Venture to Bolster Margins

Supply Chain Brain

The deal could also give Daimler Truck the ability to tackle their margin improvement targets more aggressively.