This story offers strategies for making intermodal transportation efficient and cost-effective.
These logistics sites reach for the stars and deliver stellar performance.
This story looks at the logistics of managing good through the reverse logistics and liquidation process. The goal is to recover as much value as possible from returned or unsold goods, and to keep product out of landfills.
While the prospect of higher tariffs and the cost of requirements to use low-sulfur fuel pose concerns for the maritime industry, it’s forging ahead with bigger, more automated seaports, as well as technology that improves visibility, reduces its environmental impact, and streamlines operations.
On October 1st, 2019, UPS was the first company to receive approval from the Federal Aviation Administration for a broad plan to use a fleet of drones to expand its package delivery options.
Escalade Sports transforms supply chain to capture e-commerce growth, improve customer service levels, and better manage inventory and demand planning.
Ashley Tyrner sources fresh organic and natural produce, forms partnerships with farmers, works with shipping companies, and designs produce boxes that customers receive.
There's no denying it: the supply chain will be changing in the coming years. Here's what you need to know to stay ahead of the transformation.
As the economy adjusts to a new level of output, improving the efficiency of the U.S. supply chain is essential to continued economic growth. Here's what you need to know.
Supply chain managers face known and unknown challenges—with a certainty that they can and will succeed no matter the impediments.
Readers reveal the words and phrases that will have supply chain managers talking in 2020.
Green Landscape: Supply Chain Sustainability
If they want to succeed, smart brands need to recognize the consequences of getting sustainability wrong. The future is in more eco-friendly practices, not just because customers demand them, but because it is the right thing to do for the planet.
IT Matters: Logistics & Supply Chain Technology
Companies are turning “big supply chain data” into real insights that improve efficiency, bring products and services to market faster, and deliver differentiating customer value, all of which are key to remaining competitive in the new digital economy.
Smart Moves: Supply Chain Careers & Education Advice
Five top tips to achieving supply chain career success
Viewpoint: Logistics & Supply Chain Analysis
Questionable demurrage policies and charges and the move toward Precision Scheduled Railroading (PSR), are making freight rail a less desirable option.
E-commerce is quickly becoming a part of our everyday lives – putting pressure on retailers. Here are tips to help e-commerce shippers keep costs down and customers happy.
LANXESS, a global specialty chemicals supplier, selected Odyssey Logistics & Technology to track multiple assets for four business units that provide products across 33 countries.
With new technology that assembles objective information to support well-informed decisions, warehouse managers can base decisions about their loading docks on data rather than assumptions.
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