Green LandscapeGary Hanifan
Supply chains must develop strategies for reducing risk related to climate change, such as drought and extreme weather.
3PL LineKelly Christie
These five components are key for companies who want to streamline their international supply chain.
Shifting production closer to the U.S. can benefit supply chains, but nearshoring also presents obstacles.
Smart MovesMichelle Benjamin
Job training is vital to maintaining a skilled and properly credentialed workforce, and must be built into every budget.
Reverse LogisticsCurtis Greve
Processing defective returns and overstocks quickly helps retailers maximize the recovery rate on this inventory.
Carriers CornerJett McCandless
Shippers and trucking brokers must understand the differences among the service levels carriers offer.
IT MattersSebastian Valencia
Leveraging data analysis and technology integration can generate powerful insights to transform today’s supply chains.
Checking InKeith Biondo
2014 may be a year of uncertainty, but inbound logistics best practices can help improve supply chain operations, writes Inbound Logistics Publisher Keith Biondo.
Checking InFelecia Stratton
Inbound Logistics Editor Felecia Stratton shares highlights from the January 2014 issue.
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