Logistics innovations take courage, resources, and time—but the payback can be great. Here's a look at key logistics developments over the years, what companies are doing today, and how to become a logistics innovator.
Here's a new column featuring logistics professionals who've been around the block a few times and have volunteered to share their experiences with readers. This debut installment features three profiles; future issues will carry one profile each.
An integrated approach to reverse logistics can improve customer satisfaction, reduce costs, drive continuous improvement, and maximize return on assets.
Supply chain management practices are tough to integrate with ERP. Executive Editor Robert Malone assembled a panel of four logistics IT experts to benchmark the state of the supply chain ERP integration challenge.
IT systems got you down? Before you go looking for an ERP solution, you must define an information systems architecture for your company. Follow these eight steps and turn that IT frown upside down.
How to keep imports moving amidst fears of future terrorist attacks.
A web-based TMS looks at inbound and outbound, within and beyond the enterprise, for opportunities to optimize freight.
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