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1. It’s time for 2019 predictions
(Management)
... US, Germany, or Japan are scrambling to move their production facilities out of the reach of the tariff war. Their cars that were once the most profitable models have become loss leaders as China adds ...
Created on 17 December 2018
2. IBM on Two Fronts
(Technology)
... needed to put blockchain into real life production environments. To be fair, IBM isn’t the only, or even the first to bring blockchain to bear on supply chain issues. Other players like Accenture are in ...
Created on 29 October 2018
3. Optimizing Multiple Sites To Maximize Capacity Using AI
(Technology)
... rapid-response level of protection against problems that typically halt production. For example, the following is a common scenario: A production run take place across three (or more) sites, following ...
Created on 15 October 2018
4. Blockchain Comes to the Jewelry Industry
(News)
According to Forbes, with blockchains entrance into the jewelry supply chain inevitable soon every element used in the production of jewelry components will be traceable back to its origin.     Read ...
Created on 08 October 2018
5. Go With The Flow: Streamlining Your Supply Chain Flow with AI
(Integration)
... inventory ordering to keep raw materials flowing to production lines, without building unnecessary excess. AI can help predict seasonality based on past or predicted trends, alerting management when planned ...
Created on 08 October 2018
6. It's a New Chain
(Technology)
... of production remains an issue and still can’t match high speed manufacturing outputs, but ease of customization and local delivery of goods is finding more acceptance and use cases. Artificial intelligent ...
Created on 28 May 2018
7. Supply Chain Management Jobs are Now Premium Positions
(Management)
It’s no secret that the supply chain has become key to enabling commerce and production around the world. But the employees who manage it have been unrecognized and considered as technicians at best. The ...
Created on 22 May 2018
8. Self-replicating 3D printers will Disrupt the Supply Chain
(Supply)
The advent of 3D printing for production at scale seems to be getting closer to reality. Sure 3D printers have been used for prototyping and remote delivery of pre-production items. And creating one-off ...
Created on 24 April 2018
9. Sustainability in the Chain
(Management)
... adopted SCM software to enable them maintain production, delivery, and profitability as the complexity of their supply chain increases and changes. Traditionally SCM systems have focused on the basic issues ...
Created on 05 March 2018
10. Bar Codes in food and drugs
(Technology)
... information like date of production, date of delivery, location of origin, and supplier plus much more. The capacity to store information directly then coupled with information stored in databases means ...
Created on 27 February 2018
11. Nanowear Enters into Supply Chain Agreement
(News)
... and production of Nanowear’s clothes for worldwide distribution.   Read the article on Textile World  ...
Created on 15 January 2018
12. Supply Chain Problems Dog Tesla
(News)
Tesla missed Q3 projections due to production bottlenecks, reports Supply Chain Dive. If they are unable to fix their major supply chain problems, they might not be able to continue as a viable company. ...
Created on 24 October 2017
13. Disruption of Globalization and Supply Chain
(Supply)
...  market. Second – centralized production (regional or global) is not helping companies win. It is limiting choices to consumers and increasing the cost of products with features that nobody wants.   ...
Created on 16 October 2017
14. Digital Transformation in the Supply Chain
(Technology)
... Explore the capabilities and how they might help with production predictions. Robotics – Robotics include autonomous delivery vehicles as well as the arms that build cars. Bots – Bots are products ...
Created on 13 August 2017
15. Automation Affected by Labor Shortage?
(News)
In another example of how the landscape for jobs is changing, manufacturers who 'near shore' their production as opposed to sending it overseas may face a challenge. Since automation costs have dropped ...
Created on 09 February 2017
16. S&OP Metrics Benefits
(News)
Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) has been a popular supply chain topic, but most companies aren't there yet. From a measurements standpoint, a robust S&OP process is something to shoot for, though.In ...
Created on 19 January 2017
17. How Legos Meets Holiday Demand
(News)
I don't know about you, but after buying, gifting, and assembling Legos over the holidays (as well as picking them out of my bare feet after stepping on various pieces) I'd find it interesting to know ...
Created on 10 January 2017
18. Custom Delivery at Scale
(Logistics)
...  the demands of the pace of change in custom production outpace the capabilities of the supply chain itself? Adding deep visibility and automated systems is likely to be the only way for retailers and supp ...
Created on 26 October 2016
19. APICS Changes on the Way
(News)
As supply chains become more strategic, certifications and other professional designations have gained importance. In recognition, the APICS CPIM certification is undergoing some changes, according to ...
Created on 12 October 2016
20. 3D Printing Offers New Capabilities
(News)
... design, to prototyping, to production, 3DP is providing a shot in the arm to some supply chain processes. Check out his article on the EBN site HERE. ...
Created on 29 September 2016