News (3175)

Making the Food Supply Chain More Efficient

With technology’s help the food supply chain can become more efficient, reports Tech Radar Pro.

The world produces enough food to support an estimated 10 billion people, but each year, roughly one third of it is lost to supply chain inefficiency. 


Tech Company Supply Chain Survives Pandemic

One tech company created a supply chain that withstood the pandemic, reports Forbes. 

Pure Storage never stocked out during the pandemic. That was not because demand for their products tanked.


Smart Logistics Can Help Change the Supply Chain

According to Supply and Demand Executive, Smart Logistics Platforms are just one way that technology will revolutionize the supply chain. 

The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) virus has affected virtually every industry in the global economy, but its lasting effect on the supply chain sector is unique in its significance. .


Essence Group Major Supply Chain Initiative Helps Ensure Continued Customer Service for its Partners Throughout COVID-19 Lockdown

Essence Group, a leading provider of IoT solutions for the global security and care markets provided details of its aggressive supply chain initiative, that mitigated the global supply chain disruption caused by COVID-19 and ensured the continued supply of its complex multi-component products to key partner, Verisure, a leading provider of professionally monitored security solutions.


The Future of Robotics in the Supply Chain

Robotics could help improve the supply chain, reports Supply Chain Brain.

Parts of the last 12 months have felt like a science fiction film. On one hand, a global pandemic is causing record-setting despair: travel is restricted, the economy is in shock, and people everywhere are either at home or managing a cautious return to activity.


Technology Can Reduce Risk in the Supply Chain

De-risking the supply chain is possible with technology, reports Modern Materials Handling. 

Supply chain risk is such a huge topic right now that even our newly-elected president is talking about it—and acting on it.


Blue Yonder Goes Public

Supply chain technology company Blue Yonder is planning a IPO, reports the Wall Street Journal. 

Software company Blue Yonder is planning to go public, the latest technology provider to look at a public stock offering as pandemic-driven upheaval in supply chains draws more interest to tools that help companies manage the flow of goods.


Supply Chains Still Rattled by Suez Backup

According to DC Velocity, supply chains will feel the effects of the Suez canal incident for weeks. 

Global supply chains will feel the effects of the Suez Canal backups for weeks, and the situation is likely to exacerbate choke points at West Coast ports in the United States as the economic recovery from the pandemic continues. 


Australia Works to Improve Supply Chain

The Australian government is investing in blockchain solutions for its supply chains, reports Coin Geek. 

The government of Australian is offering A$3 million (US$2.3 million) in grants to two pilots that will develop blockchain-based solutions targeting the mineral supply chain and food and beverage sectors.


Supply Chains Embracing Change

Supply chains are starting to bounce back from 2020, reports Supply Chain Brain. 

The past year has been both blessing and curse for supply chains. During a period of unprecedented demand, fueled by a newly at-home public’s reliance on e-commerce, all aspects from production to shipping were stretched to their limits.


Visit other PMG Sites:

click me
PMG360 is committed to protecting the privacy of the personal data we collect from our subscribers/agents/customers/exhibitors and sponsors. On May 25th, the European's GDPR policy will be enforced. Nothing is changing about your current settings or how your information is processed, however, we have made a few changes. We have updated our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy to make it easier for you to understand what information we collect, how and why we collect it.