3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends with Steve Elwell

The Logistics of Logistics

3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends with Steve Elwell. Joe Lynch and Steve Elwell discuss 3 emerging supply chain trends. As a retained executive search consultant, he built C-suite leadership teams for clients in a variety of industries.

The DHL Supply Chain with Scott Sureddin

The Logistics of Logistics

The DHL Supply Chain with Scott Sureddin. Scott Sureddin and Joe Lynch discuss the DHL Supply Chain. Scott is the CEO of DHL Supply Chain , the largest contract logistics company in the world and North America. About DHL Supply Chain.

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Supply Chain Sustainability Gathers Steam

Logistics Viewpoints

The global supply chain is routinely beset by challenges, both large and small, but the past couple of years have delivered a string of significant logistics disruptions that have threatened to upend the tightly choreographed dance of global freight transportation.

What is Supply Chain Resiliency?

Logistics Viewpoints

If your company’s supply chain survived 2020 and the disruptions of early 2021, it’s safe to say it has passed the supply chain resiliency test. How To Overcome Supply Chain Disruption. 7 Tips For Building Supply Chain Resiliency.

Cognitive Manufacturing: 4 Strategic Pillars That Drive Successful Outcomes

Manufacturers are eagerly embracing Industry 4.0 to gain end-to-end supply chain visibility, reduce OpEx spend, improve asset health and accelerate time to market. Explore the 4 strategic pillars that drive successful cognitive manufacturing outcomes.

Industry 5.0 and the Supply Chain

Talking Logistics

Next generation supply chain optimization will pair both smart, interconnected digital environments with the human insight it takes to make the most out of them. In my role, I get to meet a lot of people with a range of interests in optimizing various aspects of their supply chains.

Why are supply chains so messed up?

The Supply Chain Journal

Anyone that has been around supply chains knows that there have always been issues and challenges. The global supply chain infrastructure that exists simply can’t handle the volume of products flowing through the economy. The most obvious is in the automotive industry.

Transforming the Supply Chain Using AI with Max Versace

The Logistics of Logistics

Transforming the Supply Chain Using AI with Max Versace. Max Versace and Joe Lynch talk about transforming the supply chain using AI. Max focuses on making AI more useful in real-world applications, especially in the manufacturing supply chain and industrial industry.

Virtual Supply Chain Conferences

Talking Logistics

One of our most popular posts every year is our Supply Chain and Logistics Conferences to Attend post. Read more Virtual Supply Chain Conferences. The post Virtual Supply Chain Conferences appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

Manhattan Momentum: Unified Supply Chain, Robots, Mars Explorations and Omnichannel Trends

Logistics Matter

According to Manhattan it now has the industry’s fastest TMS, handling up to 18 million feasibility considerations per second! Retail Software Innovation Logistics Sponsored Supply Chain Warehousing

Why You Should Embed Customer Service Metrics in Your Supply Chain

Speaker: Irina Rosca, Founder, sustainSCM and Director of Supply Chain and Customer Success Operations, Helix OpCo

Across industries, 81% of all customers attempt to take care of matters themselves before reaching out to a live representative. When there is so much information in customer feedback, why do supply chain managers leave such expensive insights on the table? Supply chain touches the product from conception until it arrives in the hands of the customer, and sometimes through the recycling process. Join Irina Rosca, Director of Supply Chain and Customer Success at Helix as she walks through the key questions to connecting the supply chain with the voice of the customer.

2021: Supply Chain Trends

Logistics Bureau

The COVID19 pandemic put unprecedented pressure on the supply chain, causing many businesses to reconsider their options. So it would be interesting to reflect on what’s happening in the industry today and share some insights on what the companies should focus on next.

Falling Into Supply Chain Management

Talking Logistics

Many current supply chain professionals say that they “fell into” the field — that is, they started their careers elsewhere but ultimately ended up in a supply chain role. Did you “fall into” Read more Falling Into Supply Chain Management.

A new path forward in supply chain technology

Logistics Viewpoints

Supply chain is an industry slow to change. The evolving logistics issues brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, increasing port congestion and the continued acceleration of significant and devastating weather events are wreaking havoc on supply chains around the globe.

Creating a Green Marine Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

Seventy-one percent of the surface of our “blue planet” is covered by oceans which is also reflected in the fact that 80% of goods are moved via sea transportation within the global supply chain [1]. The post Creating a Green Marine Supply Chain appeared first on Logistics Viewpoints.

Exploring the Supply Chain Revolution

Speaker: Sheri Hinish, Supply Chain Queen, and Deborah Dull, Principal of Supply Chain Product Management at GE Digital

So much change is already underway in the supply chain, but what does this change entail and what does supply chain’s future hold? Join Sheri Hinish, affectionately called the Supply Chain Queen, and Deborah Dull, Principal of Supply Chain Product Management at GE Digital, to discuss Supply Chain 5.0. and trends in supply chain, technology, sustainability, and leadership.

The Counter to Constant Supply Chain Volatility Is Pervasive Visibility and Industry Collaboration

Logistics Viewpoints

For more than a year, global supply chains have been buffeted by one major disruption after another. Supply chain management is now synonymous with “volatility management”. And for our global supply chains, that transformation cannot happen fast enough.

“Transitory” Inflation and Supply Chain Disruption

Logistics Viewpoints

The phrases “transitory inflation” and “supply chain disruption” have been frequently used in the general and business news media this summer. Certainly, supply chain constraints are a partial cause of the current above trend inflation.

Asian Paints Supply Chain: Adaptive and Resilient

Logistics Viewpoints

Two adjectives that often describe the most successful supply chains are adaptive and resilient. An adaptive supply chain is one that is able to respond quickly to changes and disruption, and the ensuing changes to demand.

Supply Chain Resilience: Back in the Spotlight

Talking Logistics

Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt of a research report published yesterday, “Creating Resilience Amid Disruption: 2020 Supply Chain Market Research.” Read more Supply Chain Resilience: Back in the Spotlight.

The Keys to Business Continuity Planning

Speaker: Ron Spiteri, Director of TXM Lean Solutions

The pandemic has been the most significant disruption to global supply chains since the dawn of the industrial world. A key learning of this disruption has been the need for business continuity planning to mitigate future disruptions, which we know will come. Join Ron Spiteri of TXM Lean Solutions, and learn the key steps to take control of your supply chain risks.

Circular Supply Chains with Deborah Dull

The Logistics of Logistics

Circular Supply Chains with Deborah Dull. Deborah Dull and Joe Lynch discuss circular supply chains. She is a sought after author and speaker having been published in various books, articles, and white papers and spoken at dozens of industry events.

Supply Chain Mapping (Insights from Indago)

Talking Logistics

” The coronavirus outbreak has put supply chain risk. Read more Supply Chain Mapping (Insights from Indago). The post Supply Chain Mapping (Insights from Indago) appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

Why You Can’t Ignore the Inbound Supply Chain

Talking Logistics

Considering that customers are at the tail end of the outbound supply chain, and companies across all industries are competing on customer experience, it’s not surprising that the outbound supply chain gets a bit more love and attention than the inbound side.

2021 Predictions for the Delivery and Supply Chain Industry

Food Logistics

There’s no better time to start planning for the future of the supply chain than right now. Here’s what to expect in the delivery and supply chain industry. Transportation / Trucking

Just In: Inventory Optimization Research

How are organizations performing on inventory optimization? How can new technologies help your team improve? Find out in this new research report.

The Greenest Mile: Planning’s Role in Supply Chain Sustainability

Logistics Viewpoints

Supply chain sustainability is a higher priority than ever. In MIT’s State of Supply Chain Sustainability 2021 , 80% of executives surveyed said the pandemic either had no impact on their commitment or increased it. Sustainability supply chain sustainability

VF Corporation: Supply Chain Mapping

Talking Logistics

Last year, we asked our Indago members about their supply chain mapping experience and capabilities. Read more VF Corporation: Supply Chain Mapping. The post VF Corporation: Supply Chain Mapping appeared first on Talking Logistics with Adrian Gonzalez.

3 Questions from Your Future Supply Chain Talent

Logistics Viewpoints

It’s graduation season, so the hunt for critical supply chain talent is more vigorous than ever. We may be known for ensuring we can make and move “stuff,” but ultimately supply chains are human. has proclaimed, “ the new supply chain is sexy.”

Different Types of Supply Chains

Logistics Bureau

Supply Chains vary! In this episode, we’re going to talk about how the supply chains differ from each other and why you should be careful in comparing or copying your supply chain with others.

Supply Chain Talent Matters More than Ever

Logistics Viewpoints

According to one survey , only 27% of leaders believe that they have the talent needed to meet current supply chain performance requirements. What should supply chain leaders be looking for to close the talent gap? Mr. Stevens talked about their supply chain initiative.

Forced Labor in Supply Chains: The Problem Persists

Talking Logistics

trade blacklist of entities Washington says are linked to human-rights abuses of the Uighur minority group in Xinjiang is entangling major brands and likely to further a reordering of supply chains that feed American consumers,” write Dan Strumpf and Liza Lin in the Wall Street Journal.

The Plant-Based Meat Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

The plant-based meat supply chain is taking advantage of hiccups in traditional food supply chains, especially during the Covid pandemic. The Plant-Based Meat Supply Chain. The plant-based meat supply chain is an interesting one.

Uganda Industry and Intralogistics: Poised for Growth

Logistics Matter

Global Trade Logistics Manufacturing Sponsored Supply ChainRecently, manufacturing journalist and founder of the Manufacturing Media Consortium, Thomas R. Cutler met with Benita Bageire in Entebbe to discuss Uganda and Africa’s economic potential.

Surmount Supply Chain Challenges in the Construction Industry with Technology

Kuebix

Between companies regularly distributing, manufacturing or using construction products, the construction industry experiences a steady flow of business. The post Surmount Supply Chain Challenges in the Construction Industry with Technology appeared first on Kuebix.

Supply chains prepare for peak-season tightness

The Supply Chain Journal

The industry has played with high handicaps this year, dealing with prolonged capacity and labor tightness, but what’s in store on the final holes? Collaboration is a popular industry term but one that Burke said isn’t practiced enough.