Georgia-Pacific is set to open a Supply Chain Innovation center, reports Digital Commerce 360. The goal of the center is to find ways to further automate its supply chain.

Blockchain hasn’t become mainstream yet, reports Forbes. There are several reasons, such as the worry that blockchain will lose integrity.

According to Supply Chain Dive, logistics technology is now at a tipping point, with rapid adoption forcing changes across the supply chain.

Tradeshift, a supply chain payments company, is creating Tradeshift Pay, reports Digital Supply Chain. The cloud based platform will combine payments, finance and blockchain early payments.

Smart Technologies like 3D printing and drones are driving changes in materials handling, reports Supply Chain Dive.