The holiday retail season will play out in one of two ways sales-wise, both of which are lower than prior years. The gift that keeps on giving? E-commerce sales.
A new last-mile transportation program will help commercial providers invest in clean truck and infrastructure technology to improve air quality in California.
With more consumers expecting to find, buy, and receive products wherever and however they desire, the need for retailers to optimize and elevate their supply chain capabilities is imperative for maintaining sales and brand loyalty.
Read the latest good works, sustainability efforts, mergers and acquisitions, new hires, and sealed deals happening in the supply chain in October 2020.
PepsiCo and General Mills plan to reduce their carbon footprint during the next 10 years, following similar initiatives by other food manufacturing giants.
While revenue for the global warehouse automation market will likely decrease in 2020, order intake will grow significantly, according to Interact Analysis' forecast. Take a look at other predictions in the report.
Vertical FocusJaclyn Ix
From mall grocery stores and athleisure sales to data-sharing with blockchain, this is what's trending in the retail supply chain.
These companies are concocting innovative e-commerce solutions as alcohol sales flow online.
Most supply chain professionals can't stay ahead of their challenges as manufacturing and fulfillment complexities continue to grow. Key issues include integrating software and meeting customer expectations.
In BriefKatrina Arabe
Read the latest supply chain updates in technology, transportation, products, and services in October 2020.
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