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1. Forced Labor Still Gets into Supply Chain
Supply chains are complex, with suppliers getting goods from suppliers before forwarding them on, reports the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Which means there is still a chance of forced labor entering into ...
Created on 12 November 2018
2. Optimizing Multiple Sites To Maximize Capacity Using AI
... between sites and suppliers and establishes constant oversight. The competitive advantage in manufacturing is a thin line, measured by operational efficiency and production costs. Increase efficiency ...
Created on 15 October 2018
3. Go With The Flow: Streamlining Your Supply Chain Flow with AI
... AI algorithms can be used to develop data sets about suppliers, manufacturing sites, or distributors that make recommendations, form predictions, and monitor integrated systems. Where humans conduct the ...
Created on 08 October 2018
4. What’s Cloud Got To Do With It?
... entire collection of orders destined for multiple suppliers to a single location (the VAN) where they stayed in mailboxes. The supplier could then open their electronic mailbox and download transactions ...
Created on 05 September 2018
5. Why Machine Learning is Right for Your Supply Chain Strategy
... when and where. Supplier compliance The products you sell are only as good as what you receive from your suppliers and assuring your suppliers comply with the guidelines you’ve established with them ...
Created on 13 August 2018
6. When will blockchain overrun the supply chain?
... advantage to the technology. It wasn’t until Walmart forced its suppliers to adhere to the format that EDI became ubiquitous. At least one of those two factors must be in place if anything that poses such ...
Created on 31 July 2018
7. Teenage Truckers, Solution to Nation’s Shipping Woes?
... have begun fining suppliers for late deliveries. Kroger charges suppliers $500 per day for deliveries made past a two-day window while Walmart levels monthly fines against companies that are worth 3% of ...
Created on 07 May 2018
8. What GDPR Means For Your Supply Chain
... The most significant meaning of GDPR for your supply chain is that you must know what your suppliers are doing with the personal data you share with them. Your business and your suppliers must have lawful ...
Created on 30 April 2018
9. Increasing Procurement Visibility
Transparency is lacking in the supply chain, reports Supply Chain Dive. An overwhelming majority of procurement officers report not having visibility past their tier one suppliers. Technology such as blockchain ...
Created on 12 March 2018
10. Sustainability in the Chain
... haven’t yet deployed a system to track these issues, here are the main points you need to be considering beyond just shipping and on-time delivery: Which suppliers do or don’t pose potential problems? ...
Created on 05 March 2018
11. Bar Codes in food and drugs
... suppliers put code directly on edible products. Consumable codes At the base of the discussion is the availability of highly accurate ink spray printers that can shoot dots of ink at relatively long ...
Created on 27 February 2018
12. Amazon Go - It’s all about the back end
... and tracking of barcodes. And the imaging capabilities are likely to become more widely used as CPG suppliers look to reduce complexity and costs going forward. It’s too soon for everyone but Amazon ...
Created on 22 January 2018
13. Managing the supplier relationship makes business better
... that are halting the flow of goods. Managing suppliers successfully means creating a trusting environment with cooperative involvement that approaches problems collaboratively, without trying to place ...
Created on 15 January 2018
14. How Voice Services Can Help Improve the Supply Chain
... can field calls from both customers and suppliers, the strength of the supply chain increases. Answering services are a major category within voice services. The tasks answering services can accomplish ...
Created on 07 November 2017
15. Disruption of Globalization and Supply Chain
... n     Develop local suppliers and talent – To make distributed manufacturing work, companies should also take advantage of local knowledge by actively using local vendors and talents supported  ...
Created on 16 October 2017
16. Reverse logistics will trash your inventory plans
... in how retailers and their suppliers can effectively process all those returns that were sold at margins that don’t support the expenses of repackaging and and selling them a second (or third) time.  ...
Created on 12 September 2017
17. Big Businesses Make Suppliers Wait
According to Supply Chain Dive, in the U.K. 52% of small and medium businesses are waiting for payments. Large business are the biggest source of late payments to suppliers.   Read the article Supply ...
Created on 06 September 2017
18. The Rise of Logistics Tech Activates Entrepreneurs
... for online shopping purchases to be delivered quicker has seen a revamping of distribution centers, logistic technologies and the combining of resources with third party suppliers.  We have seen the rise ...
Created on 30 August 2017
19. Walmart - The NEW Mandate
It’s been a while since Walmart first insisted that its suppliers moved to its digital order process. Back then the prospect of using EDI rather than fax or phone to place orders seemed like a technological ...
Created on 25 August 2017
20. Privacy Policy
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Created on 18 July 2017