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March 31, 2017Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for Feb. 27, 2017 Contest
Brian Govern of General Mills and Eric Kertz of Limited Brands Take Home the Prize with Great Captions!
  Topics : Cartoons
 
March 30, 2017Supply Chain by the Numbers for Week of March 30, 2017
Interesting New Concept for Air Cargo Drone; Invesment Dollars Pouring in to Logistics Sector; Plans for Incredible Megacity in China; US Truck Driver Turnover Inexplicably Continues to Fall
  Topics : Supply Chain By the Numbers
 
March 29, 2017Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: The Largest US LTL Carriers
Old Dominion Moves into Number 3 Spot, as Share of Top 25 Continues to Grow
  Topics : Transportation | Trucking
 
March 27, 2017Chain Reaction for March 27, 2017: What is Mongo Looking for at ProMat 2017?
Is There Anything New in Distribution Technology?
  Topics : Chain Reaction
 
March 23, 2017Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: Is Southeast Asia's Growing Share of Global Manufacturing about to be Reversed?
Share has Almost Doubled Since 1990, but Three Trends May Mean a Reversal of Manufacturing Strategies
  Topics : Global sourcing | Global supply chain | Manufacturing
 
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 Graphic of the Week: How Shippers and 3PLs Think about Who Does What in Terms of Innovation
About 25% of Both Shippers and 3PLs Say Shippers Set Goals, Let 3PL Determine Approach, but Data Differs from There
  Topics : Supply Chain Innovation | Third-party logistics
 
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 09, 2017Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: Carrier Operating Performance by Mode for Q4 2016
Rail Carriers Continue to be Far More Profitable than Truckload or LTL Sectors; Old Dominion Slows but Still Far Outperforms Rivals
  Topics : Rail carriers/transportation | Transportation | Trucking
 
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
 

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