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January 19, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Jan. 18, 2018
Chamber of Commerce Calls for Big Hike in Fuel Taxes; Amazon Culls the List of HQ2 City Candidates; UPS, FedEx Delivered this Holiday Season; Big Savings in Global Shipping from Blockchain, Maersk and IBM, Say
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
 
January 18, 2018Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: Prices for Warehouse Land Continue to Soar
Land in Northern New Jersey Up 17% to $1.75 Million per Acre, Rising 35% to $980,000 in the Inland Empire
  Topics : Distribution | Logistics costs | Logistics
 
January 17, 2018Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest Starting Jan. 17, 2018
Show us your Supply Chain Wit!
  Topics : Cartoons
 
January 12, 2018Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for Nov. 14, 2017 Contest
Alicia Russell of San Jose and Jeff Joyce of Corbion Take Home the Prize with Great Captions!
  Topics : Cartoons
 
January 11, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Jan. 11, 2018
Fake Goods are the Bane of eCommerce; Cool New Tool to Track Chinese Textile Pollution; Direct Thermal Bar Code Label Prices Headed Higher; Chinese Company being Prosecuted for IP Theft
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
 
January 09, 2018Chain Reaction for Jan. 9, 2018: Time for 2018 Objectives
About that Decrease inTransportation Costs in 2018....
  Topics : Chain Reaction
 
January 09, 2018Supply Chain Graphic of the Week World Bank Says Global Output Gap Gone for First Time in 10 Years
Globally, the Slack in Capacity Utilization is almost Gone
  Topics : Economic News
 
January 04, 2018Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: US Truckload Rates are Starting to Soar
Mike Regan, JB Hunt Warnings Look Spot On Right Now
  Topics : Logistics costs | Logistics | Transportation | Trucking
 
January 04, 2018Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of Jan. 4, 2018
US PMI Very Strong in 2017; Construction to Start on New Logistics Hub in Port of Oakland; Nucor Thinks Supply Chain in Building New Steel Plant; Many Unhappy Returns in Retail
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
 
December 15, 2017Trump could get 3 percent, and maybe even 4 percent, GDP growth this quarter
Surprisingly strong November retail sales could give an unexpected lift to fourth quarter GDP growth
  Topics : Web News
 

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