DECEMBER 2006
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FEATURED ARTICLES

Unwrapping Seasonality Challenges
All retailers and vendors want for Christmas is supply chain success. Using logistics technology, savvy shipping strategies, and better planning, many will get their wish.

Getting Service Parts Logistics Up To Speed
Ensuring velocity in the critical parts supply chain is the major focus for manufacturers -- and their carriers and 3PLs. How can shippers and their partners work together to expedite this facet of the supply chain?

NASCO: North America's
Super Corridor Coalition


The multimodal transportation network known as NASCO runs through the heart of trade in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Find out what makes this corridor unique and why companies are banding together to support it. Download

From Doughnuts to Dollars
Krispy Kreme finds sweet savings in streamlining financial and supply chain transactions with EDI.

SUPPLY CHAIN TECHNOLOGY

Talking Tech at CSCMP

So much technology information, so little time. A brief look at the tech offerings showcased at CSCMP.


NEW FEATURE

H.O.W.
H.O.W. (Help On The Way) is a compendium of best logistics practices designed to fulfill your need for up-to-date, practical information.



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The most comprehensive directory of logistics web sites on the Internet. Organized by category and fully searchable, it's the easiest way to find logistics sites.
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The 2006 Logistics Planner gives you detailed information on the market leaders that can meet your demands for speed, lower inventories, quick and easy tracking and tracing, cycle time compression and integrated logistics expertise. These are the companies that can help you drive change. Click here for detailed information on more than 180 logistics leaders.

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