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The Cold Chain Logistics Journey of Avocado Toast

Food Logistics

From cross-border logistics to cold chain shipping, logistics companies work around the clock so that consumers can have the foods they want, when they want them, no questions asked. Transportation / Cold Chain

CCJ announces 2022 Five Flashiest Fleet winners

Commercial Carrier Journal

This year's CCJ's Five Flashiest Fleets are. Trucks


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[Video] Mitigating Supply-Side Service Risks with AI

Talking Logistics

Last September, we asked members of our Indago supply chain research community — who are all supply chain and logistics executives from manufacturing, retail, and distribution companies — Is your company becoming more supply-driven?

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Five Ways to Improve Your Storytelling Skills


Stories are a fundamental part of human communication. They’re indispensable in community life, education, religion, entertainment, and business. But why is that?

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The 2023 Supply Chain Crystal Ball: Challenges and Solutions

Speaker: Olivia Montgomery, Associate Principal Supply Chain Analyst

Curious to know how your peers are navigating ongoing disruption? In this webinar, you’ll gain actionable insights from Olivia Montgomery as she walks us through Capterra’s extensive research on how businesses - notably small and midsize businesses - are addressing supply chain challenges in 2023.

Is Moving Manufacturing from China to Mexico a Sound Risk-Reduction Strategy?

Supply Chain Brain

The push toward nearshoring comes as global supply chains are scrutinizing their supply chains like never before — and with good reason

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Supply Chain Issues Top of Mind for Retailers this Holiday Season

Supply Chain Brain

Nearly all retailers (98%) surveyed said they expect supply chain disruptions to continue during the 2022 holiday season, while 88% predicted they will worsen

Rail Workers Angry Over Schedules Are Voting on Polarizing Deal to Avoid Strike

Supply Chain Brain

A no-vote by the two largest rail unions on November 20 could lead to a crippling rail walkout in early December unless Congress steps in

Shoppers Spend Less, Leaving Companies That Deliver Goods Empty for the Holidays

Supply Chain Brain

People increasingly want to spend their money in stores, which is bad news for parcel and last-mile delivery companies that benefitted from the online-shopping boom

California Looks to Ban Diesel Trucks at Ports by 2035

Supply Chain Brain

The conflict highlights the challenges that other states will face as they try to push heavily polluting freight operations toward clean fuels

5 Powerful Prescriptive Analytics Examples in Supply Chain

Prescriptive analytics is a type of advanced analytics that optimizes decision-making by providing a recommended action. Supply chain, with its complex planning questions, is typically an area where optimization technology is required. Read about 5 use cases.

McDonald’s and Walmart Beef Suppliers Criticized for ‘Reckless’ Antibiotics Use

Supply Chain Brain

Many U.S. cattle farmers still routinely use antibiotics often for months on end. Their overuse risks enabling bacteria to develop resistance, meaning the drugs stop working

Tracking ESG Goals Through the Supply Chain

Supply Chain Brain

Corporate leaders are looking to their supply chains for opportunities to work toward environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals.

Watch: The Challenge of Measuring and Eliminating Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Supply Chain Brain

Why aren't companies doing more about cutting their greenhouse gas emissions produced by supply chain partners? Bart De Muynck, chief industry officer with project 44, explains how they can make a start