Supply Chain & Logistics


Logistics Labor 2020: Filling the Void

As the business world shakes off the impacts of COVID-19 and executes plans for the future, the logistics sector is providing new opportunities for displaced workers from other industries. For logistics managers, now is the time to find talent that wasn’t accessible in the tight labor market.

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The Democratization of TMS.

Once reserved for large companies with deep pockets, transportation management systems (TMS) are now accessible to a wide range of shippers across all industries.

Ember: Finding the perfect temperature

Inventor of the world’s first temperature-controlled mugs turns to a single third-party logistics provider to support its massive sales growth and worldwide supply chain operations.

Know Your Supply Chain Risks

Supply chain risk management isn’t getting any easier. Here are six potential risks that should be top of mind.

How Advanced Technologies Are Affecting Supply Chain Software

From AI to ML to IoT, the new crop of supply chain technologies support a world where companies can use the past to predict the future. 

Women in the Supply Chain: How far have we come?

A Big Picture look at the inroads women are making in the supply chain field and what still needs to happen to increase their numbers in employee and senior leadership roles.

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