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3PLs Embrace Technology Article
For technology companies in the international logistics arena, marketing to proprietary shippers has long been an uphill battle. They must sell into complex, bureaucratic organizations that are often ... (more information)
by Peter Tirschwell


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Biometric Technology Gets New Advocacy Article
Biometrics has been a useful technology in financial applications as well as access control. However, it also has a controversial alter-ego. Many governments seek to create national identity cards, us... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Build It! Beyond the Application Article
How solution providers create platform-centric universes. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Built for Change
Competitiveness for Today's Manufacturers Means Agility
Report
With huge structural challenges confronting us, agility becomes a prime characteristic of the enterprise to acquire. But agility, change, etc. are terms that are ephemeral - hard to nail down. And mos... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Christmas Buildup in the Warehouse Article
Warehouse Management Strategies need to be looked at in order to prepare for new retail realities. ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Collaboration Frameworks 2011 - On Creating a Global Workspace: Part Two Article
Introduction to Ideas in a Global Work Space. ... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Competitive Alternatives (Summary) Article
Competitive Alternatives, is a study put out by KPMG, comparing business costs in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. This report measures the combined impact of 27 cost components that are most ... (more information)
by KPMG


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Consider Risk in Your Optimization Model Article
The job is not done for Supply Chain Network Optimization unless it moves from the theoretical to the actual physical supply chain, and designs the supply chain from the country of origin through tran... (more information)
by By Lucy West

Convergence of Physical and Financial Global Supply Chains Article
In the world of global trade, the physical, financial, and information networks are becoming increasingly intertwined. Traditionally, these disciplines have not understood each other's realms to any ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Convergence of Physical and Financial Supply Chains: Part Two Article
With the maturing of global trade relationships, Open Accounts are replacing Letters of Credit as the dominant approach to enabling financial transactions between importers and exporters. We explore s... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Counterfeit Threats Mount as Congress Moves Tentatively Towards Solutions Article
Counterfeiting increases in a down economy, since it has so many audiences in the general population. However, the loss to the economy as well as the public welfare, due to the use of unsafe counterfe... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Counterfeits in the Mainstream Primetime TV Article
CNBC's Counterfeit Goods program estimates the cost to the US at $600 billion...... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Crowley Maritime Implements GT Nexus Case Study
If you are a carrier-ocean, land or air-you know that competition in this market is intense. The pressure to contribute to cost containment and at the same time deliver on time performance is make or ... (more information)
by Lucy West


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Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders at the Crossroads Report
At the crossroads, many freight forwarders have some fundamental questions as they contemplate the road ahead. What will we provide our customers in the future? How can we continue to grow and win bus... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Deals Article
Descartes and IFS make major acquisitions. ... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Foodborne Illness Costs $152B/year. Who Will Pay for Prevention? Article
A recent study estimates the cost from sicknesses due to contaminated food in the U.S. to be $152B/year. Meanwhile, food safety legislation is making its way through congress, containing new guideline... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Future Forward Logistics
Creating an Extended Global Enterprise
Report
As enterprises focus on perceived "core functions," more activities are outsourced to third party providers of goods and services. This extended supply chain of manufacturers of products-- from raw ma... (more information)
by Carla Frances Reed


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Global Trade Management Solution Is More Than Software Article
Management Dynamics serves Content and services beyond traditional software solutions.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

GS1 Enters Product Recall Article
GS1, HP and Microsoft enter product recall space - but GS1 enters as a nonprofit. What is the impact to industry?... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

High Tech Supply Chain -
Sustainability Challenges from Both Ends
Article
Creating and maintaining sustainable and green business practices is a growing challenge for Electronics firms. As consumers obsess on the latest electronics gadgets and demand for all things electron... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

IMF Reports of China Trade Surplus and Other Global Trade Issues Article
Economic recoveries continue, but the imbalance in trade, wealth, and the impact of our economy needs to be addressed. ... (more information)
by By Lucy West

International Trade & Logistics for Retailers & Suppliers Article
This excerpt of ChainLink's annual Retailer and Supplier Tug of War Report focuses on Global Trade issues-what did the retailers and their suppliers tell us about their plans?... (more information)
by Bill McBeath


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International Trade & Logistics for Retailers & Their Suppliers Article
Global markets and the widespread movement of manufacturing to low-labor-cost regions are creating an increasing array of tough decisions and challenges for retailers and suppliers. What is the right ... (more information)
by ChainLink/Chain Store Age


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International Trade or ITL Adoption Article
Winning retailers' philosophy of business is that every product not sitting in front of a customer is an inefficient use of capital. ... (more information)
by Bill McBeath


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Journey to Achieving the Supply Chain Vision: Introduction
Supply Chain Platform Series: Part 1
Article
The web has become the dominant force in supply chain operation and technology. In this series we will discuss how it's evolving.... (more information)
by By Ann Grackin

Location-Based Services Poised for Rapid Growth - Part 1 Article
For years, pundits have predicted that the market for Location-Based Services is about to take off. So far that has been mostly wishful thinking. But there are many signs that now the time really is r... (more information)
by By Bill McBeath

Low Labor Costs are Attractive - but Smart Companies Demand a More Complete Picture Article
Market analysts who have accepted the arduous task of trying to predict the future are forced to consider potential factors that might "change the tide" of outsourcing...... (more information)
by Douglas Kent


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Luxury Consumers Around the World Are Very Similiar
News Release from The Conference Board
Article
Folks, I recently had the pleasure of working with The Conference Board on a landmark study of the global luxury market. To my knowledge nobody has ever done a side-by-side study that compares the mi... (more information)
by by Pam Danziger

MercuryGate - Not Just Mojo, but Groove! Article
Observations from the MercuryGate User Conference.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

More Supply Chain Deals: Intrigo-Califta, Mercator-Catapult, Marlin-IBS Article
The summer may not have been very hot, but hot tech deals are still plentiful.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

NAFTA--Supply Chain at Risk? Article
With withdrawal from the TransPacific Partnership and threats of withdrawal from NAFTA, enterprises and employees should reach out to their congress members and let them know how they feel. The stakes... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Phase 1: Leveraging Security & Efficiency in Today's Global Supply Chains Whitepaper
Smart and Secure Tradelanes (SST) is an industry funded supply chain security and efficiency initiative. It was founded on the premise that the considerable gaps in global supply chain security put pr... (more information)
by Smart Secure Tradelanes (SST)


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Record US Debt has China Worried Article
The record deficit in the recently proposed Federal budget has reawakened debate in China over the wisdom of holding so much U.S. debt.... (more information)
by Bill McBeath

Retailer Collaboration: Managing the Supply Side Article
We frequently think of retail in terms of merchandising, but these days the supply side is just as interesting, whether it's product design or collaboration with suppliers for transportation, forecast... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

RFID for Maritime Report

This report contains research into current and planned use of RFID in Maritime. In discussion with shippers, carriers, port operators and technology providers, the report covers these areas:
... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Supply Chain Renaissance Article
Supply Chain inter-enterprise platforms support end-to-end transactions and collaboration.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

The Future Logistics Enterprise
Roadmap to Transformation
Report
This paper will articulate and validate the Future Logistics Enterprise (FLE) vision and objectives for readers such as industry suppliers and partners, members of Congress, members of other governmen... (more information)


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The Year of the Last Mile Article
Demand-driven supply chains, new customer service models, and Omni-channel/free delivery are all driving up the cost of transportation. So what does last mile really cost?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

Transportation Management--Points of Light... And Cash Article
Specialization in the TM Market.... (more information)
by Ann Grackin

U.S. Importers Face Fines and Delays in July
6 Tips to Help Companies Avoid Hardship
Article
After July 1, 2010, the CBP (Customs and Border Patrol) will start issuing significant financial penalties and increasing holds and inspections on shipments not complying with ISF (10+2). This article... (more information)
by By Matt Gersper, contributing author

What's Your Global Market Price? Article
"The United States has nothing to fear from commercial engagement with the rest of the planet."Who said this? Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury of the United States...... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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Will International Trade Increase or Will We Reshore and Insource? Article
Release of final 2014 numbers and 2015 forecasts of world economic numbers shows a changing picture of national economies. What will the impact be on supply chain strategy?... (more information)
by Ann Grackin


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