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How Can Employers Repair the ‘Disconnect’ With Essential Frontline Workers?

Supply Chain Brain

It should come as no surprise, given the crises and disruptions of recent years, that frontline workers are becoming harder to find, hire and retain.

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Teamsters call for strike at one of DHL's largest and busiest logistics hubs

Commercial Carrier Journal

DHL has already started moving freight and shipment volume away from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in anticipation of a work stoppage.

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Ecopro, Samsung Ink Massive $34B Battery Deal Despite EV Slump

Supply Chain Brain

T he Cheongju, South Korea-based firm inked a contract December 1 with Samsung to supply cathode-active materials worth 43.8 trillion won ($33.5 billion) between 2024 and 2028.

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What Is Vendor Compliance and Why Is It Important for Retailers?

GoShip Blog

Updated 12/4/2023 The bigger the retail industry becomes, the more complex regulations arise. Specifically, more retailers are now developing and deploying vendor compliance programs for their suppliers to manage the business on pre-determined conditions. While this makes retail companies more secure, it poses an additional challenge for shippers and vendors to meet the terms of the partnership.

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EROAD’s Guide to Running a Sustainable Trucking Business

Over the last three decades, emissions from new trucks have been reduced by more than 98 percent. In fact, it would take 60 of today’s trucks to generate the same level of emissions from a single truck in 1988. Despite these impressive improvements, many trucking businesses continue to seek methods to achieve sustainability goals in a viable, measurable way.

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Five Essentials for Fleet Diversification and Maximized Fulfillment

Supply Chain Brain

Businesses now have the freedom to match carriers to their more specific needs seamlessly and simultaneously, loosening the grip of core carriers on logistics operations.

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Watch: The Value of Culture in a Service Business

Supply Chain Brain

Employee engagement is fostered by transparent communication and appreciation from the employer, says John Luciani, chief operating officer of LTL solutions at A. Duie Pyle.

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Predictive Analysis in Logistics and Supply Chain: How to Apply

3PL Links

Predictive Analysis in Logistics and Supply Chain: How to Apply | Image source: Pexels In logistics, predictive analysis is simply the process of identifying and forecasting patterns, trends, and behaviors in both human and machine learning approaches, data, and algorithms. It is accurate to state that logistics play a crucial role in how businesses run.

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New U.S. Rules Could Make It Harder to Qualify for EV Tax Credits

Supply Chain Brain

The White House said that it hopes the new rules will encourage the development of auto industry supply chains in the U.S.