David Isaacson, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, ETQ
To combat foreign foodborne illnesses, the U.S. government recently introduced regulations to hold importers accountable for what is brought into the United States and sold to American consumers: The Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP). Here, we examine the FSVP and what U.S.-based importers need to know to consistently and effectively ensure compliance.
Ryan Martin, Sr. Dir., Ryder Dedicated Transportation Solutions
What do you do when trucking capacity shifts? Keep your spend in check and your partnerships tight.
William Salter, CEO, Paragon Software Systems
The battleground for competitive advantage in furniture retailing is shifting from the store aisle to the buyer’s doorstep. Companies that try to manage the complexity and cost of final-mile delivery without the aid of technology are not giving themselves the best chance of success.
In a new partnership with Alphabet's service, Wing, Walgreens will be testing a new on-demand service that delivers foods and beverages to customers via drones.
Wally Stegall, Technical Fellow
Transportation and logistics professionals must act quickly to avoid disrupting the supply chain and ultimately losing customer loyalty. There are several strategies that can help curb the driver shortage moving forward and ensure customers remain satisfied.
In a revitalized commitment to eco-friendly practices, Nestlé has created a goal of reaching zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. To be sustainable, though, the company is going to need to make some major changes within its supply chain.
Sarah Mooney, Chief Marketing Officer, Arka
As any successful business owner will tell you, SCM is an extremely crucial part of operations. It establishes strong communication and relationships with suppliers, helping to avoid shipment delays and minimize logistical errors.
Vice President of Customer Supply Chain, GlobalTranz
There’s no perfect playbook for weathering a disaster like Hurricane Dorian. But a resilient and flexible supply chain that can handle pivots is what makes the difference between operations that can pick back up and those that are left in disarray.
Eric McCollom, President, Red Stag Fulfillment
The Internet of Things (IoT) has introduced tags, cameras, sensors, robotics, and more, all generating and needing a steady flow of data to run your warehouse. Countless case studies have found them to be faster, more efficient, and less prone to errors than us humans.
Morgan Bjerke, Commercial Director of High Tech Digital Brands, Booz Allen Hamilton
As logistics information becomes digitalized, processes move online, and operations involve numerous companies using different technological systems, it’s a perfect storm for cybercriminals.
Southeast ports prepare for the worst as Hurricane Dorian inches toward the U.S.
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