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February 16, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Feb. 16, 2017
Walmart Makes Changes to Procurement Organization; Tens of Thousands of US Bridges Need Repair; Lululemon Sees Big Gains from RFID; Another State Goes Right-to-Work, More Coming
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
February 09, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Feb. 9, 2017
Amazon Planning Highly Automoted Grocery Stores - or Maybe Not; Giant Sharp Electronics Factory in US Increasngly Likely; Containers Shipping Industry Sees Brighter Days Ahead; US Trade Deficit Rolls On
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February 01, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Feb. 2, 2017
It Begins - Amazon Starts Global Freight Forwarding Service; It's Awfully Expensice to Rent Warehouse Space in SanFran; Mall Owners Handling the Keys Back to Lenders; Bloom Off the Multi-National Company Rose
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
January 26, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of January 26, 2017
Is a Giant Foxconn Factory Coming to the US? Other Retailers have Far More Employees Per Sales Dollar than Does Amazon; Alibaba Sees Very Rapid Sales Growth Last Quarter; US DC Space Almost Completely Taken in Q4
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
January 19, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of January 19, 2017
The Amazon Fulfillment Centers Keep Coming and Coming; New DOT Report Finds $37 Billion Annual Infrastructure Spending Shortfall; CSX Better Start Learning How to Run a Better Railroad; NJ Trucking Firm Owner in Jail over E-Z Pass Fraud
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
January 12, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of January 12, 2017
Bringing Toy Producton Back to US a Tough Order; Alibaba CEO Says Tons of US Jobs Coming; Procurement Improvements Driver Major Profit Gains; Right to Work States Gain New Member
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
January 05, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of January 5, 2017
The Heavy Cost of Phantom Retail Inventory; Amazon Keeps Rolling Out the Robots; Climate Skeptics Hope Research Funding Formula Changing; China's Euro Freight Rail Service Expands Again
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
December 15, 2016Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of December 15, 2016
Carrier Driver Turnover Continues to Head Lower, First Amazon Real Drone Delivery Happens Fast, ISM Study Says 2017 to be Strong Year for Manufacturers, Major Tax Overhaul Could Whack US Imports.
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
December 08, 2016Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Dec. 8, 2016
Amazon has Sights Set on Brick and Mortar Grocery Stores; UK Retailers and CPG Companies Tussle over Pricing; Population in Japan Headed to Scary Lows; Smithfield Foods Targets Manure to Reduce CO2
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
December 01, 2016Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Dec. 1, 2016
Amazon Gets Temp DC Workers On the Job Quickly; Time for a Chief Robotics Officer? Not Peak Oil, but Peak Demand; What Would Made in USA Goods Really Cost?
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