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Meat Supply Chain: Where’s the Beef?

Meat Supply Chain: Where’s the Beef?

Facing empty meat cases thanks to COVID-19 shortages, many consumers are flipping to plant-based meat alternatives. Companies are responding to the demand with relish, producing brands that taste more and more like the real thing, but not without sizzling supply chain challenges.

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2020 Summer Reading Guide

2020 Summer Reading Guide

Whether you’re looking for an enlightening read in the sun or taking your learning indoors this summer, these books will help you catch the latest wave of logistics and supply chain conversations.

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3PLs Coming to the Rescue

3PLs Coming to the Rescue

When supply chain and logistics trouble brews, companies summon third-party logistics providers for their expertise, technology, and dedication to customer service.

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Cross-Border Logistics: Supply Chain Synergy

Cross-Border Logistics: Supply Chain Synergy

Bolstered by a new trade deal, the longstanding partnership between Canada and the United States thrives during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing ample opportunity for companies that offer cross-border solutions.

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3PL Perspectives 2020

3PL Perspectives 2020

In our 15th annual 3PL market research report, Inbound Logistics uses 2020 vision to see how the world appears today to shippers and their logistics service providers.

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2020 Top 100 3PLs

When companies put out the call for reliable and innovative supply chain and logistics solutions, these are the partners who save the day. Presented in alphabetical order, here are the 100 3PLs Inbound Logistics editors deem the best of the best.

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Logistics Gets Schooled

Logistics Gets Schooled

The writing is on the wall. Logistics and supply chain companies that invest in ongoing education, innovation, and research can attract new talent and better serve customers.

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COVID-19 Supply Chain Resources & Recovery Strategies

COVID-19 Supply Chain Resources & Recovery Strategies

3 Innovations on the Fast Track 1. Delivery drones. Their deployment has been fast tracked to reduce the risk of exposure for drivers and bolster capacity to meet soaring demand for home deliveries. For example, UPS and CVS plan to use drones to deliver prescription medications to a Florida retirement community. Alphabet’s drone delivery company, […]

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Pallets Take the Spotlight

Pallets Take the Spotlight

Considered a crucial part of a systems approach to the supply chain, pallets are front and center in companies’ sustainability strategies.

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Intermodal Leans In

Intermodal Leans In

In a volatile period for supply chains, intermodal proves attractive to shippers seeking dependability.

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2020 TMS Buyer’s Guide

2020 TMS Buyer’s Guide

Supply chain disruptions created by the global pandemic, shifting capacity, fluctuating fuel costs, and demanding e-commerce customer requirements are raising shipper and carrier interest in transportation management systems (TMS). A variety of solutions are available to meet every company’s unique needs. From cloud-based, on-demand, web-hosted applications to traditional licensing installations, over the road, on the […]

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Blockchain, Meet Supply Chain

Blockchain, Meet Supply Chain

When distributed ledger technology joins supply chain management, companies can make reverse logistics more efficient, better track product history, generate trustworthy freight invoices, and more.

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2020 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers

2020 Top 100 Logistics IT Providers

KEY CRM/CX: Customer Relationship Management DRP: Distribution Resource Planning ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning GTM: Global Trade Management MRP: Manufacturing Resource Planning PLM: Product Lifecycle Management TMS: Transportation Management System WMS: Warehouse Management System YMS: Yard Management System FIND MORE. SEARCH HERE: Use the Logistics IT Decision Support Tool — SEARCH on any of these data points to match your requirements to the Top 100: bit.ly/IT-DST […]

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