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1. NGOs walk a supply chain tightrope to disaster response
...  donations, reverse logistics, and tracking and tracing of batches (especially in medicines and pharmaceuticals). Fulfillment of Supplies Tracking fulfillment of supplies to the last mile is crucia ...
Created on 13 July 2018
2. Warehouses Changing Tech
Warehouses are no longer just buildings to store goods, reports Supply Chain Dive. Instead warehouses are becoming distribution and fulfillment centers with speed of product movement the top priority. ...
Created on 26 February 2018
3. Rethink Fraud Strategy as Average Merchant’s Costs Climb to $15.5 Million
...  “While retailers typically have a number of teams engaged in fighting fraud—from IT to order fulfillment—it’s ultimately the CFO’s responsibility to minimize losses and maximize revenue,” noted Monica ...
Created on 19 February 2018
4. Robot Maker Increases Reach
According to Supply Chain Dive, Locus Robotics, developer of mobile robots for use in e-commerce fulfillment warehouses, has raised additional funding. It’s infusion of $25 million in Series B funding ...
Created on 27 November 2017
5. Planning for Disruption
... in Harvey's path reroute their distribution and fulfillment.   Read the article on Forbes  ...
Created on 30 August 2017
6. Amazon & WalMart By The Numbers
... t has a multi-part series going where he's interpreting their numbers and divining what they're doing with ecommerce, global operations, and a number of other areas of interest. One conclusion is that fulfill ...
Created on 29 March 2017
7. Gaps Remain in Omnichannel Fulfillment
The omnichannel wave has washed over all retailers, for better or worse. Chris Cunnane has taken a look at where omnichannel fulfillment is going and assesses the gaps that remain.Those who have hesitated ...
Created on 06 March 2017
8. Looking at Omnichannel Fulfillment Costs
4th quarter data is still being analyzed and different players in the supply chain are drawing their respective conclusions. Bob Ferrarri views the information about UPS' performance and discusses what ...
Created on 23 February 2017
9. Distribution Centers in the Omnichannel World
The role of the DC has certainly changed as omnichannel consumers have taken control of the buying experience. eCommerce order fulfillment requires an unprecendented level of coordination between supply ...
Created on 21 February 2017
10. Amazon's 'Floating DC' Idea
Just when you thought you'd seen it all, you hear about Amazon's latest patent. It seems that 'flying fulfillment centers' that spawn drone deliveries may be in our future.... or not.It's certainly an interes ...
Created on 26 January 2017
11. Is eCommerce Greener?
One aspect of ecommerce that's under the radar is its impact on the environment. Many of us might intuitively feel that taking driving out of the shopping experience would be a net positive, but a lot ...
Created on 12 January 2017
12. Amazon Fulfillment From the Inside
Amazon gets a lot of press, but there's a reason for that: they do a lot of interesting things. I've often wondered what their fulfillment process looked like from the inside, and CNet has provided a fantast ...
Created on 08 December 2016
13. Successfully Filling Omnichannel Orders
As you know by now, the omnichannel customer has been the catalyst for many changes in supply chain processes. Fulfillment from multiple sites is one of the most obvious, but getting it right isn't easy.Accordin ...
Created on 30 November 2016
14. Panel Discussion on e-Fulfillment
If you've ever attended a supply chain conference, you know that panel discussions are where you'll glean some of the best info.Dan Gilmore moderated a recent one on the topic of e-fulfillment with specialis ...
Created on 29 November 2016
15. Research on Omnichannel Fulfillment
According to some recent research, most companies have 'bolted' omnichannel fulfillment onto their existing DC infrastructures. However, many variations were reported for retailers with brick and morta ...
Created on 29 November 2016
16. Visibility in an Omnichannel World
In the age of the omnichannel consumer, the importance of inventory visibility can't be denied. This means visibility across the board: on the shelf in the DC and branch locations, inbound shipments, fulfillment ...
Created on 24 November 2016
17. Surviving a Natural Disaster
How can you best plan for a natural disaster if you don't know what it is or when it'll hit? Supply chains are always at risk, but preparedness is a key to making it through catastrophes.In an article ...
Created on 24 November 2016
18. Taming the Omnichannel Cost Tiger
We know the omnichannel revolution is here, but we also know that if supply chain costs aren't controlled in servicing its customers we have real problems. Ben Ames has identified the key elements in making ...
Created on 17 November 2016
19. Best Practices to Support Speedy Delivery
There is no 'silver bullet' in meeting the speedy delivery expectations of ecommerce customers. There are, though, several best practices you can adopt to improve your chances.On the Supply Chain 247 site, ...
Created on 17 November 2016
20. eCommerce Drives DC Change
Direct-to-consumer order fulfillment continues to grow, and to support that order profile DCs have had to change their ways of doing things. "Each picking", which used to be a real exception, is gettin ...
Created on 03 November 2016