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January 27, 2009
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Global Supply Chain and Logistics: China Finds Modern Labor Laws Come with a Price
Distribution and Material Handling: Is There Such a Thing as a Hybrid Gravity Conveyor

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Growth in State-by-State Regulations, Especially on Environment, Could have Significant Cost Impact on Manufacturers

Obama Administration to Review California's Request to Set own Vehicle Emission Standards

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Will Digital Manufacturing Transform Production Processes and the Supply Chain?

The Technology is Still Emerging, but Further Along than Many People Realize; Invisalign Uses DDM to Transform the Dental Supplies Market

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More Ideas for Managing Supply Chains in Tough Times

Lots of Ideas from Deloitte, Chicago Consulting, Ariba and More

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Just How Big is the Out-of-Stock Problem in Retail?

It is Worse than the Retail Industry Thinks, According to New Study from IHL Group; New Fodder for RFID? Beyond Just Consumer Packaged Goods

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Is There Such a Thing as a Hybrid Gravity Conveyor?

The Answer is Yes - and it is an Alternative that Provides Carton Control with Less Energy Usage

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Key Trends in Warehouse Management Systems

Better Suite Integration, SOA, Support for Manufacturing Logistics Among the Developments

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Do Companies Often Limit Goals When Implementing On-Demand Transportation Management Systems?

No Inherent Reason for Implementations to be Dramatically Simpler, as Most of Work is Still the Same; Consultants Generally Run the Other Way

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Will Natural Gas Cars be the Answer to Ridding World of Oil Dependence?

Debate Continues in US; Is It for Trucking Only, or the Consumer Too? Meanwhile, Thais, Other Nations, Make Progress

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The Five-Cent Tag is Here, the Five-Cent Tag is Here! Well, Almost

Chinese Company Now Offers Inlays in US for 5.8 Cents; Will it Have an Impact on Adoption?

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Wal-Mart Finds Do-It-Yourself may be Easiest Path for RFID Enablement

Sam's Club Drops Compliance Fines for Lack of Pallet Tagging to Just 12 Cents; Did it Reach Its Own Tipping Point?


RFID Solution Helps Campbell Hausfeld Move Products Faster to Customers

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China Finds Modern Labor Laws Come with a Price

New Laws Gave Many Workers More Rights than in US, but could be Accelerating the Pace of Factory Closures

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Will Current Economic Turmoil Scale Back Globalization?

Not Really, Says Gene Tyndall, but Now is a Good Time to Relook at Supply Chain Strategies and Networks

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For Procurement Managers, a bit of Payback Time

Price Cuts from Suppliers Seem Well Justified after Years of Steady Cost Increases

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If Suppliers are Struggling Financially, What Should Procurement Organizations Do?

From Co-Buys to Reducing Payment Terms, Procurement Managers Need to Have Tool Sets in Place

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