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August 04, 2020

Tips for Building Supply Chain Resilience

Building Resilience Can Pay for Itself, JLL Says in New Report

TOPICS : Supply chain risk | Supply chain strategy

August 04, 2020

COVID-19 outbreaks in agricultural communities raise harvest fears

Widespread transmission in rural agricultural communities threatens to overwhelm health systems

TOPICS : Web News

August 03, 2020

As ecommerce Volumes Soar, Parcel Carrier Leverage their Position

Big Rate Increases being Delivered, Following some Limits on Volumes from Stores, Other Surcharges

TOPICS : e-fulfillment | ecommerce | Logistics costs | Logistics | Parcel shipping/parcel systems | Transportation

July 29, 2020

Growing Blacklists of Chinese Companies Adds to Risk of Chinese Sourcing

US Government Adds 11 More to List Associated with Forced Labor in China

TOPICS : China | Global sourcing | Global supply chain | Procurement/Supplier Management | Supply chain risk

July 28, 2020

Supply Chain News: MIT Report Says not to Expect Self-Driving Trucks any Time Soon

Sees Most Promise in Short Term on Human-Autonomous Platooning

TOPICS : Logistics | Transportation | Trucking

July 27, 2020

Women Making Gains at Top of Supply Chain Org Chart, Gartner Study Finds

Now 17% of Chief Supply Chain Officers, Up from 2019

TOPICS : Supply Chain studies | Supply Chain Trends

July 22, 2020

Supply Chain News: Tips for Improving Distribution Center Staff Morale

Little or No Cost Ideas from Prologistix Can Help Improve the DC Environment

TOPICS : Distribution

July 21, 2020

Supply Chain News: The Interesting History of Hours of Service Rules in the US

First Issued in 1937, Recent Years especially have Seen Major Legal and Political Battles

TOPICS : Supply Chain and Government | Transportation | Trucking

July 20, 2020

Supply Chain News: National Security at Stake in Decoupling from China, Researcher Says

Coronavirus Laid Bare Healthcare Dependence on China, but It Goes Far Beyond that

TOPICS : China | Manufacturing | Supply Chain and Government