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March 16, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 23, 2017
US Truckload Rates Continue to Slump; So Much for the End of Fossil Fuels Any Time Soon; Major Advance in 3D Printing Capabilities? Back to the Future for Powering Cargo Ships
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
March 16, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 16, 2017
US Infrastructure Gets Rotten Grade Once Again from ASCE; UPS Keeps Adding to its Nat Gas Fleet and Network; Right to Work States Adding All the Manufacturing Jobs; It's Easy to Understand Why We have a Driver Shortage
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
March 08, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 8, 2017
Robots to Make Huge Gains in Distribution Applications; Amazon Impact on Brick & Mortar Could Quickly Double; US Productivity Growth Remain Worrisomely Anemic; US Trade Deficits with World, China Jump
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
March 02, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 1, 2017
Cost of Manufacturing Regulations is Very High, NAM CEO Says; Wendy's Replacing Employees with Kiosks; Many Years Since the US has Seen 3% Economic Growth; Jersey Warehouse Marker Red Hot
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
February 22, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Feb. 23, 2017
Major Deal in CPG Sector Collapses, but Industry Change far from Over; E2open is Supply Chain Software Company on the Move; Amazon Sales versus Stock Price Growth; Rail Carriers Remain Highly Profitable
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
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
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
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
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