Professors at some of the country’s leading supply chain education programs joined Inbound Logistics for a conversation about how they are preparing the next generation of professionals, whether they come from business programs or engineering schools, for tomorrow’s challenges.
This story looks at various ways in which companies take advantage of their suppliers’ capabilities and expertise, and at the benefits of those partnerships.
Profile of Mark Hogan, CEO of UTXL, Kansas City, Mo.
How beneficial will the fourth industrial revolution be for manufacturers? Adrian Burton, from Harrison Castings, explores three ways Industry 4.0 may help streamline your supply chain.
New logistics technologies are arriving rapidly, but few organizations have the personnel to capitalize on the opportunities. This talent gap is a key reason so many digital transformation initiatives fail.
Given the ongoing severity and frequency of severe weather events, preparing for natural disasters is becoming an essential pillar of supply chain risk management. Real-time alerts powered by AI can help businesses dissolve silos and respond efficiently.
Using robots to clearly monitor and better match demand to supply pays huge dividends.
We asked and you answered—these are the supply chain terms and phrases that you think people often confuse.
IT Matters: Logistics & Supply Chain Technology
When applied to manufacturing, artificial intelligence enables companies to meet sustainability targets: workforce of the future, global operations optimization, and value network orchestration.
Viewpoint: Logistics & Supply Chain Analysis
Building high-performing alliances between supply chain and commercial teams is a key driver to success.
Ten tips every digital retailer needs to know to streamline their e-commerce fulfillment process.
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