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May 24, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 24, 2018
Rates and Tonnage Continues to Surge; Orlando Leads in Manufacturing Job Growth? The World Leader in Commercial Drone Flights; Change to Ocean Shipping Rules to Lead to Higher Oil Prices
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
May 17, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 18, 2018
Target Piloting New Flow Distribution Center; US Population Growth Continues to Slow; UPS Proposes Two-Tiered Wage Program to Teamsters; Maesrk Taking Out Capacity in Response to Low Container Rates
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
May 11, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 11, 2018
New US Drone Test Projects Unveiled by DOT; Oil Prices to Head Still Higher; New APICS Study on Salaries for Supply Chain Pros; Apple Keeps Auditing More Suppliers
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
May 03, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of May 3, 2018
April PMI Continues to Show Manufacturing Strength; Anheuser-Busch Going with Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trucks; Maersk CEO Calls for End to Government Ocean Carrier Subsidies - but Container Shippers are Slowing New Ship Orders
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
April 25, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of April 25, 2018
Carriers on Binge of Raising Driver Pay; New Way to Measure Supply Chain GDP; Amazon Wants in Your Trunk; NCR Reverses Course on Reshoring
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
April 13, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of April 13, 2018
US Truckload Rate Growth Accelerating; New Find May End China Rare Earth Metal Dominance; Most US Distribution Center Space Outdated, CBRE Research Finds; Oil Prices Way Up, but Maybe not for Long
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
April 12, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of April 19, 2018
Tesla Robots Just Not Working; IMF Predicts Strong Global Economic Growth; Amazon FC Workers Using Bottles Instead of Toilets? Tim Hortons Tells Franchisees to Buy Supplies from Walmart
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
April 04, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of April 5, 2018
ISM Reports Input Costs Rising Quickly; Is Amazon Getting USPS Subsidy? US Spot and Contract Truckload Rates Continue Sharp Rise; Former Walmart Executive Says Amazon Needs to be Broken Up
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
March 29, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 29, 2018
Truck Driver Pay is Up, but not Much; Value of Warehouse Space is Soaring; DHL Jumps Back into US Domestic Parcel Business; Apple using a Lot more China Suppliers
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
   
March 22, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 22, 2018
UPS Going All Electric in London after Breakthrough; Will IMO Mandate Slow Steaming to Reduce CO2? US Truckload Rates Still Heading Higher; China's JD.com Spending Billions on Delivery Technology
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