Supply chain contingency planning can help automotive manufacturers protect their operations.
Auto aftermarket shippers use supplier ship direct programs and high-velocity DCs to meet demand.
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Collaborative risk management helps automakers and their supply chain partners protect against disruptions.
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The automotive aftermarket’s logistics trends, challenges, and best practices give shippers a wild ride.
Vehicle glass manufacturer Safelite increased distribution efficiency, enhanced customer service, and lowered costs by transforming its supply chain.
To roll out a supply chain overhaul, truck and engine manufacturer Navistar chose third-party logistics provider Menlo as its strategic partner. Ed Melching, director, Global Logistics, describes the project.
Ford revamped its service parts network, processes, and technologies to boost efficiency and set the stage for global service parts logistics management.
An end-to-end scanning solution with components from Integrated Barcoding Systems and Zebra Technologies helps Trelleborg Automotive Americas improve efficiency and accuracy, while providing real-time production data and lot traceability.