Sat.Nov 28, 2020

Watch: The State of Cyber Risk in Supply Chains Today

Supply Chain Brain

Brian Alster, head of third-party risk and compliance solutions with Dun & Bradstreet, outlines the steps that procurement organizations should be taking to guard against a growing number of potentially devastating cyber attacks

What does GSP stand for?

Globalior

GSP, which is short for Generalized System of Preference is a program formulated with the aim of encouraging economic security in developing countries all through the world. Beneficiary countries, like those that are underdeveloped are given special treatment by the GSP program.

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Key Considerations for Managing COVID-19-Driven Commercial Demands

Supply Chain Brain

An overview of key considerations that suppliers should keep in mind when they receive demands for commercial concessions or liability claims from customers

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GPC: Middle Eastern aviation, a turning point?

The LoadStar

GRIDPOINT CONSULTING‘s Robert Boyle writes: A profile of Middle Eastern aviation. Boutique executive search firm Venari Partners has asked me to profile the aviation industry of some of the regions that get less coverage than Europe, North America and Asia.

New Buyer's Guide for Supply Chain Network Design

Many companies are looking to redesign their supply chain network to lower costs, improve service levels and reduce risks in the new year. To do this, teams are finding that they need to perform network assessments more regularly and in-house. Scenario modeling is emerging as a key capability. To help you start 2021 strong, we updated our popular Buyer's Guide for Supply Chain Network Design Software with research insights and learnings.

Ti: Logistics requirements for the Covid-19 vaccine

The LoadStar

Transport Intelligence‘s Thomas Cullen writes: The distribution of vaccines for Covid-19 will be a task of some, but not overwhelming, size and complexity. It treads a familiar path for inoculation programmes in both the developed and the developing world.