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Bouncing Back When Disaster StrikesTips to help you establish supply chain technologies and procedures that will let you operate effectively when a natural disaster strikes, from Jeff Cashman, senior vice president, business development, Manhattan Associates.
Creating an Agile Transportation EnterpriseTo become more agile, transportation service providers need to improve order visibility in the supply chain, reduce inventories, improve demand response up and down the supply chain, and improve the command and control structure within the enterprise to handle supply chain exceptions. Gregory Mathy and Sundar Swaminathan of EDS explain how.
Seeing the Value in 'Seaworthy' PackagingOne shipper found out the hard way that his ocean freight packaging was not seaworthy. C. Daniel Negron, vice president, TT Club, shows you how to avoid this costly situation.
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2008 LOGISTICS PLANNER
The Inbound Logistics team is hard at work, compiling this annual must-have directory of the leaders in logistics. Watch for it: January 2008.
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