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February 2012

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Adopting a Values-Driven Corporate Culture to Create Resiliency

Offered By: LEGACY Supply Chain Services
The present economy has served as a reminder that there are no guarantees in business. Many companies are finding themselves struggling to stay afloat, and many are sinking. In better economic days, a company could survive with a moderate profit margin achieved through dedicated attention to its bottom line. Focusing on values increases performance levels, improves service, reduces employee variability, and supports sustainability.

The ABCs of EDI - A Comprehensive Guide for 3PL Warehouses

Offered By: 3PL Central
Your 3PL’s ability to support EDI can often be the difference between winning a new customer – or losing an existing account. To ensure your warehouse management system (WMS) is up to the challenge, download 3PL Central’s must-have whitepaper, The ABCs of EDI today.

Ryder’s Lean Guiding Principles White Paper Series

Offered By: Ryder
Ryder’s Lean Guiding Principles are the foundation for operational excellence in all its customers’ warehouses. These principles can help your company eliminate waste, drive efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction. To learn more, check out this series of whitepapers.

Key Strategies for Automating the Import Supply Chain

Offered By: Amber Road
New global trade management technologies are increasingly important to automate global operations across procurement, logistics, and trade compliance business processes. Download this whitepaper, Key Strategies for Automating the Import Supply Chain, to discover steps to drive performance, reduce costs, and simplify your import supply chain.

Border Hassles That Can Put the Canadian Market Out of Reach: What Your Business Should Know

Offered By: Purolator International, Inc.
This whitepaper discusses regulatory and logistical hurdles U.S. businesses must be aware of when shipping across the U.S./Canadian border. These challenges must be understood and addressed as part of the cross-border experience. Transporting goods into Canada is a complicated process. Regulations and protocols are constantly changing and U.S. businesses must entrust their Canadian-bound shipments to a qualified logistics provider that ensures shipments are afforded every trade enhancement, priority clearance review, and duty/tax reduction to which they are entitled.

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