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Rock Stars of the Supply Chain: Disrupting Supply Chain Disruptions

Food Logistics

Supply chain rock stars are the backbone of the cold food chain. Meet the winner's of this year's Rock Stars of the Supply Chain award.

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White House Hosts First Meeting of Supply Chain Resilience Council

Supply Chain Brain

While most supply chain disruptions have dissipated, continued challenges led to the White House giving supply chains another bump in the news cycle with its inaugural meeting of the Council on Supply Chain Resilience.

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Supply Chain Brain Webinar

The Logistics of Logistics

The historically predictable supply chain no longer functions as it did in the past. Retailers and shippers must adapt their strategy to ensure they get the right product, to the right place at the right time to meet the high expectations of consumers/customers. Description: . Steve Rowen .

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Energy Transition in Supply Chain

Logistics Viewpoints

Supply chain sustainability has become a very hot topic, but for a lot of people, there is uncertainty around its meaning. There are three responses in this question that address supply chain sustainability: align with our goals, mission, and values; meet consumers expectations; and increase profitability.

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How to Achieve True Net-Zero Emissions: An Action Plan for Supply Chain Leaders

However, meeting them is easier said than done. This GEP whitepaper shows why supply chain leaders should take steps now, and offers an action plan for moving forward. To achieve sustainability, many firms set lofty net-zero emissions goals.

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Biden Administration Holds First Supply Chain Council Meeting

Supply Chain Brain

Biden used the meeting to announce 30 actions that will provide Americans with access to medicine and the economic data needed to track the production and shipment of certain goods.

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Baltimore Bridge Collapse: An Opportunity to Reinforce the Importance of Supply Chain Resilience

Logistics Viewpoints

Supply chain resilience is a hot topic the last few years since post-Covid issues and newsworthy incidents like the Houthi attacks in the red sea have raised awareness. The bridge collapse is a stark reminder of the vulnerability of the nation’s aging infrastructure and the importance of supply chain resilience.

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Five Best Practices for Balancing Costs, Risks, and Sustainability

In the face of volatile macroeconomic conditions and other complex challenges, supply chain and procurement pros must strike a tough balance between seemingly contradictory demands: boosting performance and sustaining and extending business operations, all while meeting customers’ needs.

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Supply Chain 4.0: Why You Need to Digitize to Survive

Speaker: Laura Garcia, Sr. Editor at Supply Chain Digital and Procurement Magazines

In Digitize to Survive, we’ll be showing how you can leverage today’s tech to help meet organizational objectives and not only survive but thrive in a post-pandemic world. Mitigating supply chain risks. With all the new tech available on the market, setting a digitization roadmap and knowing where to start can be difficult.

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Mastering Supply Chain Sustainability: Where Does ESG Fit In?

Speaker: Hortense Grouvel

In this new webinar, you will learn firsthand how to set up a sustainable supply chain program that will help meet increasing ESG requirements stemming from regulators, customers, consumers, and investors alike.

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Future Focus: Constructing Unshakeable Stability in Your Manufacturing Supply Chain

Speaker: Jay Black, Senior Account Executive

We’ve all heard the buzzwords to describe new supply chain trends: resiliency, sustainability, AI, machine learning. Over the past few years, manufacturing has had to adapt to and overcome a wide variety of supply chain trends and disruptions to stay as stable as possible. But what do these really mean today?

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Striking a Balance in the Supply Chain: Navigating Volatile Supply and Demand to Meet Customer Needs

Speaker: Tony Darnell, Shipping Manager at Lippert Components

In this webinar, we will discuss: Fulfilling the needs of customers at every level within your supply chain Guidance for companies that are reanalyzing their approach to inventory management, transportation management, and other aspects of supply assurance The obstacles that exist in supply chain and how to persevere through them April 27th, 2023 at (..)

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The Rise of Supply Chain n.0 – 5 Ways to Thrive on Change

Disruption and change are everyday realities when managing a supply chain in the post-pandemic world. Supply Chain n.0 0 provides a solid framework to drive visibility, resilience and sustainability – enabling supply chains to constantly evolve to meet ever-changing demands.

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What Supply Chain Leaders Keep Getting Wrong

Speaker: David Blonski, Chief Operations Officer of Elementum

We see this same dynamic play out in supply chains every day. In an environment that’s never been more challenging, supply chain leaders are as determined as ever to decrease costs and improve performance. Get the fundamentals rocking, so your operations can meet their full potential. Supply Chain leadership 101.

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Supply Chain Planning Maturity – How Do You Compare to Peers?

Today's supply chains are networked, global ecosystems. How prepared are supply chain teams to react and recover from a planning maturity stance? The use of scenario analyses: How widespread is the use of scenarios prior to and during planning meetings?